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Tuesday , October 15 2019

Arab Times

Hundreds join Celine Dion in honoring late husband

Hundreds lined up for hours in frigid weather outside a Montreal church Thursday to pay their respects to Rene Angelil, the husband and longtime manager …

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Anderson blast gives NZ huge win over Pakistan; New Zealand wrap up series 2-1

WELLINGTON, Jan 22, (AFP): Corey Anderson whacked a career-best 82 not out and followed up with two wickets as New Zealand demolished Pakistan by 95 …

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‘We are committed to supporting youth activities’ – Al-Dawli sponsors Al-Khadra

KUWAIT International Bank announced its strategic sponsorship of the Kuwaiti racer Nasser Faisal Al-Khadra to participate in the upcoming motorcycle racing championships that are scheduled …

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Resurgent Real face Betis test – Messi fit as Barcelona eye top spot

MADRID, Jan 22, (AFP): Lionel Messi is expected to be fit as Barcelona make the tricky trip to Malaga on Saturday looking to move back …

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Everton beat St Albans

The visiting Royal Navy ship, HMS St Albans, played the P.S.A. Everton Academy senior team at Bayan in a closely fought exhibition game, during the …

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Kuwait oil up

The price of Kuwaiti oil went up by 36 cents to settle at $19.50 per barrel compared to $19.14 pb last Wednesday, said Kuwait Petroleum …

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Credit grows by 6.5 pct in Nov – Pvt deposits dips

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 22: Credit saw a healthy increase in November 2015, with growth slipping only slightly to 6.5% y/y. Total credit rose by KD …

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Low oil price chance for Gulf economic reforms: ministers – ‘We saw an opportunity to have people do the right thing’

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22, (AFP): The sharp drop in the price of oil, the lifeblood of Gulf economies, is an opportunity to end subsidies and …

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Wal-Mart to give hike to most of its workers – Largest US private employer

NEW YORK, Jan 22, (AP): Wal-Mart is giving raises to the vast majority of its US employees as part of the world’s largest retailer’s previously …

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Stop the exploitation of limited income earners

  THE vision is clear now; selling shenanigans about the negative effects of lifting subsidies from limited income earners is no more valid among the …

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