What subsequent for the UAE after World Cup exit?

LONDON: Hayley Davis is an Aramco Team Series specialist — but on Saturday at Centurion Club in London the English golfer will go in search of a first individual title after she took a two-shot lead over fellow countrywoman Bronte Law, with Georgia Hall a further stroke back alongside Sweden’s Caroline Headwall. Davis, 29, was … Read more

Recognising employees’ contributions | The Peninsula Qatar

Qatar joined the rest of the world in celebrating International Workers’ Day on May 1. International Workers’ Day is a celebration of laborers and the working classes. The celebration of the day in Qatar comes within the country’s approach towards workers’ care especially recognising their significant contributions to Qatar’s development. In the region, Qatar has … Read more

TASI up, Nomu down; Insurance coverage corporations slide; financial institution shares rise: Closing bell

Egypt In-Focus — Deal with UAE’s Masdar to produce green hydrogen; Draft budget revealed RIYADH: Egypt has signed agreements with the UAE’s Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, also known as Masdar, to assemble hydrogen plants in the Suez and Mediterranean regions with the aim of producing 480,000 tons of green hydrogen annually by the year … Read more

Macron courts Muslim vote in last-minute go to to Paris banlieue – POLITICO

SAINT-DENIS, France — Emmanuel Macron is wooing disaffected left-wing voters and warning them against abstaining in Sunday’s presidential election runoff by spelling out just what a victory for his far-right rival Marine Le Pen would mean for France’s Muslim community. The president-candidate on Thursday visited Saint-Denis, a multicultural commune in Paris’s suburbs, in a last-ditch … Read more

Saudi Arabia attain 2022 World Cup in Qatar after Japan beat Australia

AUGUSTA, US: The Masters patrons filled in every nook and cranny around the 18th green, awaiting the appearance of the man in red. A scene that’s been so familiar to Tiger Woods on so many Sundays at Augusta National, but this one was different. It wasn’t even 3 o’clock on the warm, sunny afternoon in … Read more

Saudi inventory market bounces as oil costs ease: Opening bell

RIYADH: Oil prices slipped $2 a barrel in early Asian trading on Monday, following a second straight weekly decline after world consumers announced plans to release a record volume of crude and oil products from strategic stocks and China lockdowns continued. Brent crude fell $2.04, or 2 percent, to $100.74 a barrel at 0139 GMT, … Read more

TASI opens larger as buyers monitor oil costs: Opening bell

Bitcoin, Ether up; crypto miners turn to solar power; EU targets Russian virtual wallets — Crypto Moves Bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency internationally, traded higher on Sunday, up 0.64 percent to $42,782 as of 08:30 am Riyadh time. Ether, the second most traded cryptocurrency, was priced at $3,254, up 1.21 percent, according to data from Coindesk. … Read more

Reigning champions Al-Hilal submit squad for AFC Champions league group phases

‘How much longer do we have to wait?’ Iraqis despair at continued FIFA ban on home matches Enough is enough. That is the message coming loud and clear from Iraqi fans, players and anyone associated with the game in the country after FIFA intervened at the 11th hour to again deny the Lions of Mesopotamia … Read more

Abderrazak Hamdallah’s transfer to Al-Ittihad provides spice to SPL title race with former membership Al-Nassr

JEDDAH: Some of the biggest names in women’s golf on Tuesday shared their experiences of the sport ahead of this week’s Aramco Saudi Ladies International, encouraging women and girls in the Kingdom to give it a go. English Major winner Georgia Hall and three-time Major winner Anna Nordqvist are among those competing in the tournament, … Read more

Medvedev wins over Aussie crowd in win over Dutch opponent

DUBAI: Among the many consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been the death knell for keeping sport and politics separated. For years the concept has been trotted out whenever convenient for authorities such as the International Olympic Committee, FIFA or UEFA. But history is full of examples of politics sticking its nose into … Read more

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