Sunday , November 19 2017

Arab Times

Docs need legal protection against trumped-up cases

How will doctors feel secure while doing their work if they are afraid that arbitrary proceedings might be taken against them through the Criminal Law? Due to a legislative shortfall in laws regulating the medical profession, these laws cannot make doctors feel secure nor provide a suitable working atmosphere for …

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Investors re-price political risk in ME bond market; GCC yields up 15 to 50 bps – Bonds no longer supported by supply-demand imbalance

DUBAI/LONDON, Nov 15, (RTRS): A rise in Middle East bond yields following Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption purge and turmoil in Lebanon signals a long-term re-pricing of regional debt caused by heightened political risk, investors believe. Funds started selling Middle East bonds early this month after Saudi Arabia detained dozens of senior …

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PAAET holds Women’s Speedball Tournament

Women’s Speedball Sport Tournament, which the Women’s College at Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) organized recently under the auspices of PAAET Director and chairman of the speedball sport committee Yaqoub Al-Dashti, has dropped the curtain. Dana Khaled and Fatima Shamwa took the first position, while Hadeel Al-Nouri …

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Jedinak fires Australia into World Cup – Honduras bid ends

SYDNEY, Nov 15, (AFP): Captain Mile Jedinak’s second-half hat-trick fired Australia into next year’s World Cup in Russia on Wednesday as they swept past Honduras 3-1 in the second leg of their playoff in Sydney. The Aston Villa midfielder’s free kick went in off Henry Figueroa on 54 minutes, and …

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