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  • Israel hits Syrian govt artillery

    JERUSALEM: The Israeli army attacked Syrian government artillery on Saturday after fire across the armistice line hit the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and warned it would step up such retaliation in the future...

    “In response to the projectiles that hit Israel, the IDF (Israel Defence Forces) targeted three artillery cannons of the Syrian regime in the Syrian Golan Heights,” it said...

  • Saudis, Houthis trade heavy artillery fire along border

    CAIRO: Saudi forces and Yemen’s Houthi militia traded heavy artillery fire which destroyed part of the main border crossing between the two countries overnight, residents said on Sunday, an escalation of the two-month war...

    Residents in the central city of Taiz said Houthi militants and pro-Hadi fighters fired tank and artillery shells at each other throughout the city overnight, killing five civilians...

  • Meraki’s menu offers a little bit of everything

    Like other places around the city, the menu consists of a little bit of everything, but unlike other outlets, the various recipes stay unapologetically true to their origin...

    The menu opens with an around the world breakfast section, offering various eggs made as they are in Tuscany – where eggs are stuffed with sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms and ricotta, Santorini – in the form of an omelette with olives, feta, pepper, cherry...

  • ‘Factor investing’ earns a place on the menu

    SINCE its genesis the cooks of the investment industry have relied on the same basic ingredients when concocting a diversified portfolio to please their palate and keep their returns healthy...

    The chefs — or asset allocators in the industry parlance — divvy up money between the major asset classes such as bonds and stocks, and stow the balance in ‘alternative’ investments such as real estate, commodities and hedge funds
  • North and South Korea trade artillery fire

    SEOUL: South and North Korea traded artillery fire across their heavily militarised border on Thursday, in a rare exchange that left no casualties but pushed already elevated tensions to dangerously high levels...

    In a detailed press briefing later in the day, the South’s defence ministry said the nuclear-armed North initially fired a single artillery round over the border shortly before 4pm...

  • Vegetables on the menu

    Broccoli and potato bhujiya with butterIngredients 3 full cups broccoli florets, trimmed and washed 2 medium sized potatoes, peeled and cut into small cubes or thin wedges 1 red tomato, peeled and finely chopped 1 small onion, finely chopped 2 tbs garlic, roughly chopped 2-4 green chillies, finely chopped 1/2 tsp black pepper, freshly crushed 125 grams salted butter, optional...

  • Artillery used by Indians in Neelum valley

    MUZAFFARABAD: Ind­ian troops resorted to heavy artillery shelling in the Neelum valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday evening...

    “The Indian troops targeted Shahkot and Jura sectors in [the lower belt of] Neelum valley with artillery, and Kel sector [in the upper belt of valley] with mortars in the evening without any provocation,” said an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement...

  • Indian HC summoned to lodge protest over artillery shelling

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Thursday raised the level of protest with India over shelling of areas across the Line of Control (LoC) by summoning High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale after Indian troops used artillery for the first time since the ceasefire agreement was signed by the two countries in 2003...

    “The foreign secretary deplored the use of artillery by the Indian occupation forces in Shahkot and Jura sectors on the LoC on...

  • P-5 envoys briefed on Indian use of artillery cannons

    Use of artillery by the Indian forces in Shahkot and Jura sectors along the LoC on Nov 9 has alarmed Pakistani officials who see it as an indication of Indian intention to further escalate tensions and undermine regional peace and security...

    It was the first time in 13 years, since the two sides reached the LoC/WB ceasefire agreement in 2003, that Indian troops used artillery there...

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