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  • Warner fires salvo to spark Aussies for Ashes battle

    SYDNEY: Australia opener David Warner has fired a salvo ahead of the Ashes against England, likening the series to a ‘war’ and saying the hosts would work up some ‘hatred’ for their opponents to get in the right frame of mind...

    Warner also said he did not regret comments he made during the first Ashes Test at the Gabba in 2013 about England having ‘scared eyes’, adding that he fully expected more words to be exchanged during the coming...
  • Attacks on foreigners in S. Africa spark anger across region

    JOHANNESBURG: Countries neighbouring South Africa on Friday prepared to evacuate their citizens from South Africa as the UN raised alarm over deadly xenophobic attacks which have displaced thousands...

    The anti-foreigner violence, which erupted in the eastern port city of Durban, has left at least six people dead and spread to the economic hub, Johannesburg
  • Dead fish spark fears of Rawal Lake ‘contamination’

    ISLAMABAD: Water supply from the Rawal Dam was suspended on Saturday after a large number of dead fish were spotted in the lake, sparking fears that the waters had been poisoned or contaminated...

    Rawalpindi Deputy Commissioner Talat Mehmood Gondal said the dead fish were first discovered a few days ago, after recent rains raised the water level in the Rawal Lake
  • Tough checks on EU’s external border spark traffic chaos

    OBREZJE: Hundreds of cars and buses were stuck on Slovenia’s border with Croatia on Friday as tough checks on the EU’s external frontiers came into force to stop suspected Islamist fighters returning from Iraq and Syria...

    The new directive coincided with the onset of the Easter break in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, leaving many frustrated holidaymakers on their way to southern Europe stranded in long traffic queues
  • Bodybuilders’ deaths spark calls for regulating clubs

    LAHORE: Four known bodybuilders died during the first two weeks of April in Lahore and nearby towns of Gujranwala and Sialkot, triggering a wave of fear and calls for investigation...

    Three of these deaths were reportedly by sudden heart failure and these left a trail of questions about how the so-called health clubs operate today and what kind of food supplements they frequently recommend
  • Fresh oil lows spark call for Opec emergency meeting

    “We did say that if it (the price) hits the 35 (dollar per barrel), we will begin to look (at)...

    “The reported breakeven price for Nigeria is around $87 a barrel and with price looking so much weaker it’s no surprise if they are one of the countries asking for a meeting before the next scheduled one in June,” added Hughes, noting rumours that other Opec members also wanted an exceptional gathering...

  • Japan’s mobsters form new group, spark fears about gang war

    TOKYO: Thousands of Japanese “yakuza” mobsters have officially formed a new group after splitting off from the country’s largest organised crime syndicate, raising concerns for possible inter-gang conflicts, reports said on Sunday...

    Leaders of 13 factions kicked out of the “Yamaguchi-gumi” syndicate — Japan’s largest mobster or “yakuza” group which boasts 23,000 members and associates — held the first formal meeting on Saturday in the...
  • PTB geography ‘blunders’ spark debate

    LAHORE: Opposition in the Punjab Assembly sought on Friday action against the Punjab Textbook Board (PTB) for declaring in a geography book Indian-occupied Kashmir as a disputed territory and publishing maps of Seraikistan and Hazara as new provinces in violation of the Constitution...

    Opposition leader Mian Mehmoodur Rasheed sought suspension of assembly rules to move an adjournment motion out of turn which stated that the Punjab...
  • Birth defects in Latin America spark Zika virus panic

    SAO PAULO: With the sting of a mosquito bite and a fever, many pregnant women may not know that they caught the Zika virus — until it strikes their unborn child...

    Now authorities in some Latin American countries are warning women to avoid getting pregnant, after thousands of cases of birth defects linked to the disease over recent months
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