Tuesday , January 23 2018

Arab Times

Kuwait’s Al-Rashidi says any exit from supply cuts to be gradual – OPEC sees balanced market by late 2018

DAMMAM, Saudi Arabia, Dec 13, (RTRS): Kuwait’s oil minister said on Wednesday the oil market was expected to rebalance towards the end of 2018 and any strategy to exit a deal on supply cuts between OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers would be gradual. “Market fundamentals have improved significantly in the …

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Rohit leads India to series-levelling win – Lanka lose by 141 runs

MOHALI, India, Dec 13, (AFP): Skipper Rohit Sharma on Wednesday became the first batsman to hit three double centuries in One-Day Internationals as he powered India to a 141-run win over Sri Lanka in the second match. Sharma’s unbeaten 208 steered the hosts to an imposing 392-4 and then restricted …

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Scorpions win KDD/Kuwait Badminton League 2017 Championship – Team Challengers settle for runners-up

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 13: The Scorpions won the KDD/Kuwait Badminton League 2017 Championship which was held at the IBAK Gym, Salwa. The Scorpions beat Team Challengers 3-0 in the finals. The tournament was organized by the Indian Badminton Association of Kuwait. Throughout the League, the Scorpions remained unbeaten. The other …

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Palestinian Annemarie Jacir’s ‘Wajib’ wins big at Dubai fest – Saudi filmmakers, businessmen eye return of silver screen

LOS ANGELES/DUBAI, Dec 13, (Agencies): DUBAI, United Arab Emirates The 14th Dubai Int’l Film Festival handed out prizes Dec 13 at an afternoon awards ceremony preceding the evening gala premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The Muhr feature jury, headed by prominent German actress Martina Gedeck, gave the best …

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Stormtroopers and princes on London’s ‘Last Jedi’ red carpet

Prince William and Prince Harry joined the cast of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” at the film’s European premiere Tuesday, delighting fans who braved the London cold for a glimpse of Hollywood stars and British royalty. But cast and crew were silent on reports that the royal siblings make a …

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Japan’s capsule toys play big – Cheap and Instagram-worthy

TOKYO, Dec 13, (AFP): A tiny replica of an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus and a plastic cat squatting on sushi: just two of the weird-and-wonderful capsule toys that have become a multi-million-dollar craze in cute-obsessed Japan. The industry is now worth an estimated 30 billion yen ($265 million), with the fastidious …

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Arab no to Judaize Palestine

DESPITE 70 years of Arab–Israeli conflict, Arabs continue to fail in terms of learning from the past. Instead of grasping and employing opportunities for their case, they resort to shooting their feet. Based on that, the Palestinian authority refuses to receive Vice-President of the United States of America Mike Pence …

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‘Checks will help you not fall prey to impersonation’

Checking your personal record in court should not be taken lightly. In a world driven by technology, new methods emerge through technology to commit crimes – impersonating someone is the worst that could happen to a person especially if the impersonation leads to an accusation. How does someone know if …

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A good terrorist one who is dead

BRITISH Secretary of State for Defense Gavin Williamson said a few days ago, “Britons who fought for the so-called Islamic State (DAESH) abroad should be hunted down and killed to ensure they never return to the United Kingdom.” Williamson added, “Simply, a dead terrorist cannot cause any harm to Britain,” …

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