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Tuesday , November 20 2018

Arab Times

Baker wins 100m backstroke at US swimming champ’ships

Ledecky in a ‘good spot’ IRVINE, United States, July 29, (AFP): Kathleen Baker sliced more than half a second off her personal best to win the women’s 100m backstroke at the US swimming championships in a world record of 58.00sec on Saturday. Baker had been gunning for the Kylie Masse’s …

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Gordon delivers literary brilliance

DJ Khaled drops ‘No Brainer’ video Kevin Gordon, “Tilt & Shine” (Crowville Media) It’s no longer necessary to think of Kevin Gordon as an undiscovered gem now that he’s been written up in the New York Times and Rolling Stone. Still, it’s fair to say he’s been delivering earthy, literary …

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‘Bleeding’ a disturbingly powerful film

Documentary takes a look at medical device industry If you watch enough passionate muckraking social-justice documentaries, or simply listen to the news every day, you may feel like you’ve lost the capacity to be shocked. But “The Bleeding Edge,” Kirby Dick’s disturbingly powerful and important documentary about the medical-device industry, …

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Thompson suddenly feeling her age

I grew up with ‘primitive model’ males PARIS, July 28, (AFP): Emma Thompson is suddenly feeling her age. The change sweeping Hollywood in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the #MeToo movement has left the British actress and director musing on the “primitive model” males that women of …

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Kuwait’s Al-Kharafi snatches first place at Zuidwolde Competition

KUWAIT CITY, July 28, (KUNA): Kuwaiti rider Ali Al-Kharafi snatched the first place in the 135cm high jumping category of the Zuidwolde International Equestrian Competition, held in the Netherlands. Al-Kharafi was followed by Harry Wearing from the Netherlands, while Alex Jil from Britain came third and Patrick Jonkman from Belgium …

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Ozil shines on return as Arsenal crush PSG

SINGAPORE, July 28, (AFP): Mesut Ozil looked set to be handed a captain’s role this season after he shrugged off his tempestuous row with German authorities to fire Arsenal to a 5-1 friendly win over Paris Saint-Germain. Ozil, playing for the first time since he controversially quit the German national …

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Hamilton takes pole in Mercedes lockout

Vettel 4th for Ferrari BUDAPEST, July 28, (AFP): Lewis Hamilton danced in the rain on his way to a memorable pole Saturday ahead of his team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes secured a front row lockout for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The championship leading Briton, who is battling with Ferrari’s Sebastian …

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Soft blade of Muhammed Bin Zayed bleeds Emirates’ enemies

CHAOS witnessed by the Arab media in the past seven years could be attributed to the unprecedented lack of decorum and failure to follow traditions. Gulf countries never witnessed the current deviation from values and customs — more than the practices of Nazi media, including lies and distortion of facts. …

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Traditions, norms vanish

Politics in full swing Many international political events are taking place simultaneously and Syria has become a large field for the differences and contradictions of the global forces. We see the techniques changing based on the rule of the game in which DAESH is accused of dreadful explosions in Sweidaa. …

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Saudi and Gulf position to wake the world from its slumber

WHEN the world turned its back on Yemen in 2011, the Yemenis were left with only the GCC countries to rescue them by laying down a mechanism to resolve the crisis that enveloped their country and to wipe out the cup of civil war from their lips. The war hardly …

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