Monday, November 19, 2018

Sport

Bahrain Tops Among Arab Delegations In Asian Games

The curtain on the 18th Asian Games came down yesterday. Bahrain’s remarkable late flurry of medals — eight in two days — took them to...

Qatar: Expat Worker Falls To Death At World Cup Stadium

A Nepalese labourer who died working at a World Cup stadium in Qatar fell to his death, one of the main contractors at the...

Bahrain Enjoys A Medal-Filled Day At Asian Games

Bahrain athletes triumphed yesterday in the 18th Asian Games being held in Indonesia, clinching 7 medals. They shined in the second day of the...

Premier League May Take Legal Action Over Saudi Piracy

The English Premier League has said it is taking steps to bring legal action in Saudi Arabia to resolve a piracy issue over the...

Qatar violates FIFA rules running secret ‘black operation’

Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid team ran a secret "black operations" propaganda campaign in 2010 to sabotage rival bids in violation of FIFA rules,...

Formula1 pre-season may switch to Bahrain in 2019

Formula1 is discussing the option of moving the Eight days of pre-season testing to Bahrain for 2019 to ensure better testing weather. But agreements...

Judo federation scraps events in UAE, Tunisia over Israel treatment

 The International Judo Federation on Friday suspended planned competitions in Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates after the hosts failed to confirm that Israeli...

Qatar and UAE clubs fined for not paying players

Two clubs from Qatar, the 2022 World Cup hosts, and one club from the UAE were amongst six fined by FIFA on Thursday for...

Travel on Trial: ‘Trust the wire’ on a via ferrata climb...

When you find yourself parallel to the slope of a steep mountain, a lanyard and the grip of your own hands on a steel...

New flashpoint between Saudi Arabia and Qatar – Piracy

Riyadh:  Saudi Arabia has said it has confiscated more than 12,000 pirating devices in the country, after rival Qatar's beIN Media accused broadcasters in...
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