Monday , December 18 2017

Arab Times

Gibbs thwarts Spurs in London derby; City held – Palace inflict first defeat on Liverpool boss Klopp

LONDON, Nov 8, (Agencies): Arsenal substitute Kieran Gibbs scored three minutes after coming on to earn his side a 1-1 draw in Sunday’s north London derby and deny Tottenham Hotspur a famous victory. Harry Kane’s 32nd-minute goal, his sixth in four games, put Spurs on course for a first win …

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Thailand, S. Korea win gold medals on 5th day – Tight competition

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: Thailand and South Korea won gold medals on the fifth day of the ongoing 13th Asian Shooting Champions-hip in Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Olympic Shooting Complex. Thai Atabon Vea Ari won gold in the 50 meters rifle prone position after a tight competition with South Korean Han …

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Electric crowds cheer All-Stars game in NY – Warne’s Warriors beat Sachin’s Blasters

NEW YORK, Nov 8, (AFP): Amid a sea of Indian shirts, fluttering Pakistan flags and deafening roars, New York cricket fans turned out in their thousands to watch greats of the game face off against each other on Saturday — in a baseball stadium. Australian spin king Shane Warne and …

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Bradley batters Rios to keep welterweight belt – Lomachenko KOs Koasicha

LAS VEGAS, Nov 8, (AP): Timothy Bradley won a fight he needed badly Saturday night, stopping Brandon Rios in the ninth round to stake his claim for a title in a welterweight division that is wide open following Floyd Mayweather Jr’s retirement. Bradley (33-1-1) dominated from the opening bell against …

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‘Kuwait’s huge cash reserves allow it to conduct reforms’ – IMF chief urges Gulf to adapt to sustained oil price drop

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8, (Agencies): International Monetary Fund’s Chief Christine Lagarde said in remarks published on Sunday that Kuwait is privileged with enormous financial reserves, which allow the country to conduct gradual economic reforms, especially by directing surpluses to productive spending. She added in an interview with daily newspaper, “Al-Qabas,” …

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Kuwait bourse kicks off week with uptick – Americana jumps 40 fils; Ooredoo dips

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: Kuwait stocks pulled slightly higher on Sunday after charting a mixed course during last week. The price index rose 6.06 points in choppy trade to 5,776.84 pts even as the board remained mixed. Some of the banking shares eked modest gains while other heavyweights swung in …

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Toyota Prius takes center stage at Tokyo show – Three new concept cars on display

TOKYO, Nov 8: Toyota presented its vision for the future of mobility at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, where three very different new concept cars were revealed. While some of the vehicles represent the development and commercialization of groundbreaking new technologies, others seek to explore and strengthen the emotional bond …

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Mohammad VI and his revolutionizing speech

KING MOHAMMAD VI completed the Green March during its 40th anniversary since reclaiming Western Sahara with a development march which focuses on cementing national unity and equality among people in this area. People in this area suffered for decades due to the injustice caused by regional interference and separatists’ conflicts …

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Zumba fuses fun with exercise – Dance workout feeds mind, body and soul

Let’s Zumba! Grooving to the beats of salsa, flamenco, and merengue music feels more like a dance party than a workout, which is exactly what makes Zumba so popular and is now becoming the latest craze in Kuwait. Zumba is a dance fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer …

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‘By the Sea’ slow, quiet drama – Jolie Pitt turns grief over mom’s death into film

LOS ANGELES, Nov 7, (Agencies): Retreating from wartime horrors (“Unbroken,” “In the Land of Blood and Honey”) to explore the less perilous minefield of a troubled marriage, Angelina Jolie Pitt pulls off a halfway compelling trick with “By the Sea,” . Drenched in so many photogenic shades of cream, tan …

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