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Section: Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)

    Can ‘Mercron’ deliver for Europe?
    Jul04

    Can ‘Mercron’ deliver for Europe?

    Confidence has returned to Europe’s chancelleries just in the nick of time, what with US President Donald Trump due in Europe in a few days. During the annus horribilis of 2016, many feared for the European Union’s survival. But in 2017, there is renewed hope for the European project, owing to Emmanuel Macron’s election as...

    Wimbledon as a mom, a whole new game: Azarenka
    Jul04

    Wimbledon as a mom, a whole new game: Azarenka

    The Wimbledon championships are tough enough, but new mothers face unexpected challenges, as one former world No 1 player has discovered during this year’s tournament.As Serena Williams awaits the birth of her first child, the experience of unseeded Belarussian player Victoria Azarenka, 27, who gave birth on 19 December to her son Leo, is...

    Federer, Djokovic get free passes at Wimbledon
    Jul04

    Federer, Djokovic get free passes at Wimbledon

    Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic barely had to break sweat to make winning starts at Wimbledon as their injury-hit opponents retired hurt from their first round matches yesterday.Federer is chasing a record eighth Wimbledon title and he was already well on top at the start of his 19th All England Club campaign when Alexandr Dolgopolov was forced...

    Halal chocolate takes off amid surging demand
    Jul04

    Halal chocolate takes off amid surging demand

    Muslim countries are turning into fast-growing markets for chocolate, and one Asian country is betting more people around the world are going to want candy and goodies that comply with the religion’s strict food laws.Malaysia doesn’t grow much cocoa, but it has become the continent’s No 2 processor by grinding beans imported...

    ‘Germany big target of cyber espionage and attacks‘
    Jul04

    ‘Germany big target of cyber espionage and attacks‘

    * Industrial espionage costs billions of euros each year * Russia, China and Iran said to be main states spying * Turkish espionage up sharply Germany is a big target of spying and cyber attacks by foreign governments such as Turkey, Russia and China, a government report said on Tuesday, warning of ‘ticking time bombs’ that could sabotage...

    Intrigue surrounds Trump and Putin’s meet
    Jul03

    Intrigue surrounds Trump and Putin’s meet

    US President Donald Trump, who recently suggested that bilateral relations with Russia were at an “all-time low”, plans to meet with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin for the first time next week at the Group of 20 summit in the German city of Hamburg.The one-on-one meeting has been one of the most anticipated of Trump’s presidency after...

    Federer poised for record triumph
    Jul02

    Federer poised for record triumph

    Twelve months after shutting down his season in the wake of a devastating semi-final defeat, Roger Federer returns to Wimbledon as favourite to capture a record-breaking eighth title and become the tournament’s oldest champion.The evergreen Swiss, who turns 36 in August, has stunned the critics who wrote him off as yesterday’s man...

    Federer won’t count out Wimbledon rivals
    Jul01

    Federer won’t count out Wimbledon rivals

    Roger Federer insists he won’t have an easy road to a record eighth Wimbledon crown despite the recent struggles of his title rivals. Federer is the bookmakers’ favourite to win Wimbledon for the first time since 2012, after landing the Australian Open title in January and then pulling out of the French Open to remain fresh for his...

    Ukraine says Russia involved in cyber attack
    Jul01

    Ukraine says Russia involved in cyber attack

    Ukraine’s state security service (SBU) said on Saturday that the Russian security services were involved in a recent cyber attack that hit Ukraine, saying the aim was to destroy important data and spread panic. The SBU also said the attack, which started in Ukraine and spread around the world on Tuesday, was by the same hackers who attacked...

    Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack
    Jul01

    Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack

    Cyber security firms are trying to piece together who was behind the computer worm, dubbed NotPetya by some experts, which conked out computers, hit banks and disrupted shipping …read more Source: Gulf...

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