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Egypt parliamentary poll looks set for delay

Egypt’s parliamentary poll looks set to be delayed after a court ruled that part of an election law was unconstitutional and the main election committee said it was working on a new timetable for the long-awaited vote.

Egypt parliamentary poll looks set for delay

Egypt’s parliamentary poll looks set to be delayed after a court ruled that part of an election law was unconstitutional and the main election committee said it was working on a new timetable for the long-awaited vote.

Assyrians in Lebanon stand in solidarity with kin

A sea of parishioners stood before their priest Sunday morning at the St. Georges Assyrian Church in Jdeideh, hands clasped in prayer for the lives of their kin whose fate in Syria was still uncertain.

Russian TV: Nemtsov a sacrificial victim

Maybe it was Islamist extremists who killed Boris Nemtsov. Or someone offended by his love life. Or agents of a Western power that will stop at nothing to disfigure President Vladimir Putin’s image and drive him from power.

Abu Dhabi’s Eagle Hills said building Egypt city

Eagle Hills, an Abu Dhabi-based developer of international projects, plans to build a new city near Cairo with a large number of homes for low- and middle-income buyers, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

Repercussions of a nuke deal

Until further notice the end of the month looks likely to see an agreement between Western powers and Iran on its nuclear program, judging by the most recent comments by officials involved in the talks.

Repercussions of a nuke deal

Until further notice the end of the month looks likely to see an agreement between Western powers and Iran on its nuclear program, judging by the most recent comments by officials involved in the talks.

Britain’s intelligence net needs repairs

It is hard not to fear for the defense of the realm these days. When the head of the government body charged with overseeing the British intelligence services is daft enough to be duped by reporters pretending to be directors of a fictitious Chinese company you really are in trouble.

McLaren sure Alonso will be fit for first race

McLaren chief executive Ron Dennis has insisted that Fernando Alonso should be ready to race at the opening Grand Prix of the season in Australia despite spending three nights in hospital following a crash in testing last week.

Derby awarded to Riyadi after mass brawl

The Beirut derby between Riyadi and Sagesse was abandoned with 40 seconds to go after a mass brawl interrupted the match with Riyadi leading 109-98 at Manara Sunday in round 14 of the Lebanese Basketball League.

Sri Lanka hammer England in third loss

England’s hopes of reaching the quarterfinals were left hanging by a thread as Sri Lanka inflicted their third crushing defeat of the World Cup Sunday, while Pakistan began a salvage operation with a tense 20-run win over Zimbabwe.

Fashionable or geeky -- the modern watch dilemma

It's Milan fashion week, you've got tickets to the catwalk shows and an outfit to die for, but which watch to wear? A chunky smartwatch or chic ticker that can't tell the time? Ahead of the hotly-anticipated Apple Watch launch this year, expected to revolutionise tech wearables, there are already watches you can use to check emails, Facebook or the weather, play games or even get your kettle to boil.

Fashionable or geeky -- the modern watch dilemma

It's Milan fashion week, you've got tickets to the catwalk shows and an outfit to die for, but which watch to wear? A chunky smartwatch or chic ticker that can't tell the time? Ahead of the hotly-anticipated Apple Watch launch this year, expected to revolutionise tech wearables, there are already watches you can use to check emails, Facebook or the weather, play games or even get your kettle to boil.

Nimble 2-Series injects fun back in BMW

If I’ve learned anything since we first introduced The Daily Star’s automotive fixtures several months ago, it’s that test-driving new cars would be impossible without the support of many people.

Dominica adventure, Barbados relaxation

“Are you sure this is the right way?” I asked, my leg flailing to find another crevice in the tree knots below me. Luca, my husband, responded with a grunt – not very reassuring.

Iraq reopens Baghdad museum

Iraq’s national museum officially reopened Saturday after 12 years of painstaking efforts during which close to a third of 15,000 pieces looted during the U.S.-led invasion were recovered.

Iraq reopens Baghdad museum

Iraq’s national museum officially reopened Saturday after 12 years of painstaking efforts during which close to a third of 15,000 pieces looted during the U.S.-led invasion were recovered.