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Saturday , November 17 2018

Arab Times

Tiffany Haddish furious and funny in ‘Nobody’s Fool’

Perry film with a lot of lessons It’s probably no coincidence that Tyler Perry chose last week, before the release of his latest film, “Nobody’s Fool”, to make the announcement that he is planning to retire Madea, the rowdy, blaring, acid-tongued who will dress down anyone under the Atlanta sun …

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World isolates arrogant ‘plague’ Tehran

FOR Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to announce that his country “will breach the American sanctions and sell oil” — the first reaction after the sanctions on Iran took effect yesterday, means only one thing, that is, his announcement is for local consumption only. These are exactly the same as the …

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‘Cannot continue for long’

The government complains of clear lack of understanding about the philosophy of taxation and does not wish to prejudice the disbursement of wealth to support food, construction and other issues. Taxation has always been looked upon as rationalization and has an important moral and developmental aspect. There is no country …

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Sana’a is indispensable no matter how long the war lasts

THE new sanctions imposed by the United States of America on the Iranian regime take effect today. The main objective is to prevent Iran from meddling in the domestic affairs of neighboring countries and perpetrating terrorism under the ‘revolution export’ slogan. This coincides with the quick action in war operations …

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November 4 … and the voice of mind

 ‘The more aware a person is, the more responsible he is” – Ali Shari’ati. Severe sanctions have now been imposed on Iran. The time is up for predictions and enquiries. The sanctions have become a reality and it should be dealt with as it is. The matter is not a …

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Is it time to disbelieve?

I believe that a majority of the people who are loyal to this beautiful country have shown mixed feelings towards our democracy, especially what has happened over the past few days and last Tuesday’s events inside the National Assembly. They were saddened by the stands adopted by the Council of Ministers …

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Tunisia’s major film festival starts under tight security

‘Manta Ray’, ‘Bulbul Can Sing’ win Mumbai Festival prizes TUNIS, Nov 4, (Agencies): Tunisia kicked off a major film festival Saturday under tight security, just days after a suicide blast rocked the centre of the capital. Events at the Carthage Film Festival are being held a stone’s throw away from …

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‘Family First’ a mob crime drama

Reynolds, Jackson to return for ‘Bodyguard’ sequel The title spells out the theme in the crime drama “Family First”, and if that weren’t enough, the title itself is inked out in cursive on one of the main character’s forearms, a reminder to everyone about how the priorities of mob-linked siblings …

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Zain participates in awarding winners of Kuwait International Rally

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: Zain, the leading digital service provider in Kuwait, participated in awarding the first place winners of the Kuwait International Rally 2018 organized by the Kuwait International Automobile Club (KIAC) in collaboration with the Public Authority for Sport and Basel Salem Al Sabah Motor Racing Club (BMRC). …

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Asia discus throw, shooting tourney kicks off

Kuwait continues to make achievements KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4, (KUNA): The Asia discus throw and shooting championship was inaugurated on Saturday in Kuwait, with the participation of a great number of male and female athletes representing 35 countries. The competitions of the tourney began on Sunday and run until Nov …

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