• CNN

    Meghan Markle exits 'Suits' with a wedding

    In the season finale of USA Network's "Suits," the future bride of Prince Harry made her final appearance as attorney Rachel Crane in a send-off that doubled as a preview of her wedding to be. Of course, Rachel and longtime love interest Mike (Patrick J. Adams) weren't married at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Season 7 finale of "Suits" was also Adams' final episode. With help from Donna (Sarah Rafferty), they pulled off a spur-of-the-moment ceremony complete with vows and a very familiar dress.

  • Kuwait Times

    Kuwait expels Filipino envoy, recalls ambassador to Manila

    MPs hail foreign ministry for upholding nation’s sovereignty, laws, dignity KUWAIT: Kuwait yesterday ordered the Philippines ambassador to leave within a week and recalled its own envoy for consultations after embassy staff tried to “rescue” Filipino domestic workers amid reports of abuse. An official at Kuwait’s foreign ministry said Philippine Ambassador Renato Pedro Villa had been summoned to be informed of his expulsion. The decision was the latest episode in a three-month crisis sparked by reports that abuse by employers had driven several Filipinos to suicide. The Philippines had apologized on Tuesday for what Kuwait viewed as a “flagrant” violation of its sovereignty, with the Philippine

  • BBC News

    'Five-second scream' before body found

    A five-second scream was heard by neighbours of a 30-year-old woman minutes before her burnt body was found, an inquest has heard. Gurpreet Kaur was discovered by her aunt lying face down in the shed of their home in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, on 10 October 2016. An inquest at Beaconsfield Coroner's Court was told a note was found on her phone stating she wanted to die. Police began a murder investigation but no-one has ever been charged. The inquest was told the route out to the garden through the garage had been locked from the outside. Four neighbours each reported hearing a scream between 16:25 BST and 16:45, with one, Shirley Graver, saying it sounded like a "lady who was frightened".

  • BBC News

    No female WWE wrestlers at Saudi show

    WWE has been criticised for not having any female wrestlers in its Saudi Arabia show. The Greatest Royal Rumble event is one of the largest of its kind with 50 men in the headline match. No women will be taking part, despite WWE being commended by many for their development of women in the sport. In the 30 years that the Rumble has been around there has been a move to see female wrestlers like Charlotte Flair headline shows. Women once only had passive roles but have become much more well respected wrestlers. The change has been dubbed the "Women's Evolution". So the revelation of no women in the Saudi show is a stark contrast to what fans of the wrestling giant have come to expect. Women in

  • Business

    Qatar Airways confirms ‘substantial’ annual loss, blames regional row

    Qatar Airways made a “substantial” loss in its last financial year because of a regional dispute that has banned the airline from four Arab countries, its chief executive said on Wednesday without revealing the extent of the losses. Qatar Airways has been blocked from flying to 18 cities in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt since June when those countries cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism.

  • CNN

    Amy Schumer explains how 'I Feel Pretty' led to love

    (CNN)Amy Schumer met her husband at just the right time. The comedienne married chef Chris Fischer in February, just a few months after they started dating. In a recent interview with CNN for her film "I Feel Pretty," Schumer said that Fischer arrived in her life as the movie wrapped. Self-confidence is also the theme of "I Feel Pretty." Schumer said she hopes that women will see the film and walk away feeling more empowered to tackle life's challenges, especially teens who can be subjected to bullying.

  • Arabian Business

    Philippines seeks new jobs markets as it plans cut to Gulf reliance

    Russia and China are just some of the promising destinations for Filipinos looking for jobs abroad as the Philippines seeks to cut its reliance on the Middle East. “Russia is opening their market for the first time to the Philippines,” Bernard Olalia, head of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, said in an interview in his office in Manila. “They want a government-to-government deployment scheme, just like what we did with China.” Russia is hiring skilled workers in construction and services and China is asking the Philippines to send over 2,000 English teachers this year, Olalia said on April 20. The Czech Republic and San Marino are also negotiating labour deals, he said. For