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Global steel riding high as profits soar at Japan mill

Global steel riding high as profits soar at Japan mill

Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp, Japan’s biggest steelmaker, swung to profit in the latest quarter and predicted full-year earnings will surge 72% as product prices climb, the latest sign that global mills are enjoying a sustained and widespread recovery.

England’s Beaumont named player of ICC Women’s World Cup

England’s Beaumont named player of ICC Women’s World Cup

Tamsin Beaumont was named player of the ICC Women’s World Cup after England won its fourth title at Lord’s yesterday.

Shelter plan for Al Ruwais and Abu Dhalouf beaches

Shelter plan for Al Ruwais and Abu Dhalouf beaches

Al Shamal Municipality has started implementing a project to provide the beaches at Al Ruwais and Abu Dhalouf with shades and solar energy-run lights.

UAE para-athlete dies in training accident

UAE para-athlete dies in training accident

United Arab Emirates para-athlete Abdullah Hayayei has died following a training incident casting a pall over the World Para-athletics championships which begin in London on Friday. He was 36.

Advising others if they err

Advising others if they err

Teaching others if they are ignorant of certain Ramadan-related matters, and advising them if they err: First, the woman’s prayer at home earns her more reward than her prayer in the mosque.

Sushi-loving Whole Foods fanatics are seen as key to turnaround

Sushi-loving Whole Foods fanatics are seen as key to turnaround

Inside the Whole Foods Market in midtown Manhattan at lunchtime, it’s easy to forget that the organic supermarket chain is suffering its biggest crisis since going public in 1992.

Rayyan get another shot at Arabi in a final

Rayyan get another shot at Arabi in a final

Al Rayyan are hoping to end a disappointing season on a winning note by winning the prestigious Emir Cup Volleyball at the Qatar Women’s Sports Committee Indoor Hall in Aspire Zone today.

Qatar sands set for thrilling battle on two wheels

Qatar sands set for thrilling battle on two wheels

The fascinating battle to decide the winner of this year’s FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship heads to the deserts of Qatar next week, when the world’s leading desert riders will go head-to-head at the Qatar Cross-Country Rally.

Woman stares down EDL protester at rally

Woman stares down EDL protester at rally

A photograph showing a young woman smiling bemusedly at an incensed English Defence League protester has been widely shared as a symbol of Birmingham’s defiance in the face of the far right.

Garcia takes share of Masters lead as Hoffman falters

Garcia takes share of Masters lead as Hoffman falters

Spain’s Sergio Garcia charged into a share of the lead in yesterday’s second round of the Masters thanks in part to a major collapse by US first-round leader Charley Hoffman.

Israeli warplanes hit targets in Syria as tensions flare

Israeli warplanes hit targets in Syria as tensions flare

Israeli warplanes struck several targets in Syria early Friday, prompting retaliatory missiles launches, in the most serious incident between the two countries since the Syrian civil war began six years ago.

Rain, strong wind forecast today

Rain, strong wind forecast today

Thundery rain associated with strong wind is forecast today across Qatar. Poor visibility at places at first is also expected inshore apart from high sea offshore, the Met office said.