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Formula E secures $100 million-plus title sponsorship

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:51 AM PST

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Associated Press
ID: 
1515519697410028700
Tue, 2018-01-09 03:00

LONDON: Formula E signed a title sponsorship worth more than $100 million with Swiss technology company ABB on Tuesday.
The seven-year contract through 2025 for the electric-powered motorsport series was announced in London.
The ABB sponsorship "is a strong sign and proof of the attractiveness of this championship, which is still in its infancy," Jean Todt, president of motorsport governing body FIA, said.
The four-year-old electric series is trying to grab attention in a sport dominated by the long-standing petrol-based Formula One championship.

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Netanyahu defends son taped illicitly outside strip club

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:39 AM PST

Author: 
REUTERS
ID: 
1515519546050013300
Wed, 2018-01-10 22:30

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday defended his son over drunken remarks made between visits to strip clubs that drew criticism for being derogatory of women.
The recording, aired late on Monday by Israeli Hadashot News, was made in 2015 while Netanyahu's son, Yair, toured strip clubs in Tel Aviv while partying with two friends.

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UN pushes DR Congo to investigate crackdown on protesters

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:37 AM PST

Author: 
AFP
ID: 
1515518823589954000
Tue, 2018-01-09 20:21

UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations peacekeeping chief on Tuesday condemned the Democratic Republic of Congo's security forces for violently cracking down on protesters and said authorities must prosecute those responsible.
At least five people were killed during clashes on December 31 when police burst into churches, firing tear gas and shooting bullets in the air to break up protests in the capital Kinshasa and in the central city of Kananga, according to UN figures.

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Beardsley steps down from Newcastle job during investigation into racism, bullying

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:31 AM PST

Author: 
AP
ID: 
1515518752139945300
Tue, 2018-01-09 03:00

NEWCASTLE: Former England international Peter Beardsley is stepping down from his role as under-23s coach at Newcastle while being investigated over allegations of bullying and racism.
Beardsley was questioned on Monday about the allegations during a meeting with officials of the Premier League club. The complainants are due to give their evidence this week.
Newcastle said on Tuesday that after discussions with Beardsley it was agreed "he will take a period of leave, to commence immediately, whilst the club conducts its investigation."

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Houthi threat to cut off Red Sea shipping ‘flagrant’ challenge to law

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:23 AM PST

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ARAB NEWS
Tue, 2018-01-09 08:13

SANAA: A threat by Houthi militias to cut off vital Red Sea shipping routes is a "flagrant" challenge to international law, according to a Yemeni minister.
Abdul-Raqib Fat'h, a minister and chairman of the Yemeni Higher Relief Committee, said in a statement to a Yemeni news agency, and quoted by SPA, that the threat to cut off international navigation in the Red Sea is an "open and flagrant challenge to international and humanitarian laws and the United Nations."

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Video kills the radio star as more in Saudi Arabia, UAE turn to streaming

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:23 AM PST

Author: 
REBECCA SPONG
ID: 
1515518582979926800
Tue, 2018-01-09 22:15

LONDON: An increasing number of listeners in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are turning off their radios and logging on to stream their music and videos instead, according to a new YouGov Omnibus survey.
Almost a third of those surveyed said they have increased the frequency with which they listen to music via online streaming services compared to 12 months ago.
The shift to online is placing pressure on conventional radio stations to "diversify to maintain consumer engagement in future," said Kerry McLaren, head of Omnibus Research, in a statement.

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Greek Communist anti-austerity protesters storm labor ministry

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:05 AM PST

Author: 
Reuters
ID: 
1515515240599544200
Tue, 2018-01-09 19:09

ATHENS: Greek demonstrators stormed the country's labor ministry and confronted its chief on Tuesday in protest at moves to restrict the right to strike, a condition set by international creditors in exchange for bailout funds.
Athens is set to introduce legislation which could limit the frequency of strikes in the country, infuriating labor unions which regard industrial action as sacrosanct.

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Daesh warning highlights Hamas’s relationship with Sinai militants

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:05 AM PST

Author: 
Hazem Balousha
ID: 
1515516252599685000
Tue, 2018-01-09 22:27

GAZA CITY: The declaration of war on Hamas by Daesh in Sinai comes amid increased tension between the Palestinian group and extremist militants.
Daesh last week released a video calling on its members and supporters in Gaza to fight Hamas, which it accused of moving closer to Iran.
The video ended with an extremist from Gaza, killing another Sinai person by shooting him in the back of the head for allegedly collaborating with Hamas's military wing to obtain arms through Sinai.

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Tribal slurs banned in National Camel Festival

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 09:00 AM PST

Author: 
MOHAMMED AL-SULAMI
ID: 
1515516493249709900
Mon, 2018-01-08 22:24

The administration of King Abdulaziz Camel Festival has stressed that strict penalties, including the ban from participation, are awaiting those instigating tribal slurs and gatherings that harass visitors and participants of the Festival.
The administration said such practices are totally rejected and unacceptable.

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Digg, Jill, and Fahal: Saudis learn the differences between camel ages in National fair

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 08:57 AM PST

Author: 
MOHAMMED AL-SULAMI
ID: 
1515503139118266700
Mon, 2018-01-08 21:50

Camel expert Farij bin Fahd Al-Dosari said that camels are categorized into Digg, Jill, and Fahal according to their ages, and this is very important during festivals like the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival, which has attracted the largest number of attendees.
He explained that the Digg category includes several camel ages, like the Mofrada, which is more than 6 months old, the Haqqa, which is 3 years old, and the Jatha'a, which is 4 years old.

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