Saturday, March 28, 2020

Zubair Yaqoob

First time, Arab singers will perform tomorrow at the Vatican

DUBAI: For the first time in history, Arab singers will be performing at the Vatican's "Concerto di Natale" Christmas concert. Hussain Al Jassmi will be the first Arab artist to appear at the annual Christmas concert, which is now entering...

Istanbul Attorney General issues arrest warrants against 216 other military personnel

ANKARA: Attorney General of Istanbul has issued arrest warrants against 216 other military personnel in connection with the July 2016 coup attempt. This was announced by the state-owned news agency. On the night of Friday, according to the newspaper...

Renault Group gains Carlos Ghosn and keeps him as chairman

Renault’s Carlos Ghosn remains the chairman after an inward investigation into his salary proclamation indicated he was in compliance with French laws, the executive of the Renault bunch said on Thursday. He has been kept in Japan since Nov....

US national security Adviser baffled by the inability to determine Western Sahara discord

The US national security Adviser is baffled by the inability to determine the Western Sahara strife. US National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Thursday he was "profoundly frustrated" by the inability to determine the Western Sahara debate. "I...

Theresa May affirms she will step down before the elections

British Parliament will cast a ballot on Brexit's arrangement with Theresa May with the European Union in January, after the delay of the vote planned during the current week, the administration said on Thursday. A few MEPs requested that...

Theresa May survives a vote of no confidence on Brexit

Theresa May survived on Wednesday a vote of no-confidence organized by her Conservative Party, hostile to its Brexit agreement with Brussels, but with more than a third of MPs having disavowed, the fight is going to be fierce to...

EU Parliament approves major trade agreement with Japan

The European Parliament on Wednesday approved an agreement with Japan, described as the world's largest trade agreement covering economies representing one-third of the world's gross domestic product (GDP). The agreement will enter into force in February and was seen...

IATA cuts airline net profit estimates and expects recovery in 2019

International airlines will resume revenue growth next year as strong demand will outweigh the impact of cost pressures that reduced profitability in 2018, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Wednesday. According to IATA, the sector's profits are...

OPEC compensates Iran’s oil loss, expects demand for crude to fall in 2019

OPEC said on Wednesday it had offset a drop in Iranian exports as US sanctions on Tehran resumed and lowered its demand for oil in 2019, highlighting the challenge it faces to prevent supply oversupply even after last week's...

Morocco will not bid for the 2019 African Cup of Nations

Morocco will not apply for the 2019 African Cup of Nations, which has been withdrawn from Cameroon for lack of readiness, Moroccan sports ministry announced. CAF had previously announced the withdrawal of the organization from Cameroon and opened the door...

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