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Section: Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)

    Joshua-Klitschko spring showdown major step nearer
    Nov02

    Joshua-Klitschko spring showdown major step nearer

    A mouthwatering world heavyweight title showdown early next year between Britain’s Anthony Joshua and former champion Wladimir Klitschko took a major step closer yesterday after the WBA sanctioned it. The exciting Joshua, 27, who won the IBF title in April after it was voluntarily vacated by troubled compatriot Tyson Fury, must first come...

    Barca will not sink after City loss
    Nov02

    Barca will not sink after City loss

    Barcelona will not be knocked off course by their 3-1 defeat at Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday despite being outplayed in the second half by Pep Guardiola’s fired-up side, the Catalan club’s manager Luis Enrique said. The Spanish champions are second in La Liga two points behind arch rivals Real Madrid and face a...

    Man United and Inter look for Europa boost
    Nov02

    Man United and Inter look for Europa boost

    Zenit, Ajax, Shakhtar and Schalke 04 can qualify for the knock out round with wins today Misfiring Manchester United and an Inter Milan who have fired coach Frank de Boer can take a welcome boost from the Europa League in matchday four of the group phase today. The epic Group phase of 12 round robin pools of four teams is remarkably close so far...

    Big guns aim for spot in next round of Champions League
    Oct31

    Big guns aim for spot in next round of Champions League

    Here is a look ahead to tonight’s Champions League action as Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City host Barcelona with a number of sides, including the Spanish champions, looking to seal a place in the next round (all kick-offs 9:45pm Qatar time unless stated): Group A At Sofia, Bulgaria: Ludogorets Razgrad (BUL) vs Arsenal (ENG) Mesut Ozil...

    We need an ‘energetic’ push for global peace
    Oct31

    We need an ‘energetic’ push for global peace

    Energy is one of the most essential elements that humans depend on to survive. It is indispensable for economic development. It is vital for heating, food production and manufacturing of goods. Energy has also shaped nation states’ foreign policies for centuries. Since the 17th century, imperialist powers have been struggling to get their...

    Georgia ruling party scores win in disputed polls
    Oct31

    Georgia ruling party scores win in disputed polls

    Georgia’s ruling party has scored a landslide win in disputed parliamentary polls, official results showed on Monday, as the main opposition cried fraud. ‘Georgian Dream won in all but two of 50 single-mandate constituencies’ where a second round was held on Sunday, central election commission spokeswoman Ketevan Dangadze told AFP....

    Moldova in tug-of-war vote between Russia, EU
    Oct30

    Moldova in tug-of-war vote between Russia, EU

    Ex-Soviet Moldova went to the polls yesterday in its first popular presidential election since the 1990s, seen as a tug-of-war between supporters of closer relations with Russia and those seeking EU integration. The crisis-hit country of 3.5mn wedged between Ukraine and Romania is the poorest in Europe and has struggled with a string of...

    US, Russian, Japanese astronauts return from ISS
    Oct30

    US, Russian, Japanese astronauts return from ISS

    Three astronauts landed safely in Kazakhstan Sunday following a 115-day mission aboard the the International Space Station, including US astronaut Kate Rubins, the first person to sequence DNA in space. Russian mission control confirmed the touchdown of NASA’s Rubins, Roscosmos’ Anatoly Ivanishin and Takuya Onishi of the Japan...

    Children ‘forget Ukrainian’ as schools drop classes in rebel area
    Oct30

    Children ‘forget Ukrainian’ as schools drop classes in rebel area

    Schools have doubled the number of Russian language and literature classes …read more Source: Gulf...

    ICC’s toughest trial: Africa vs ‘Infamous Caucasian Court’
    Oct28

    ICC’s toughest trial: Africa vs ‘Infamous Caucasian Court’

    South Africa and Burundi’s decision to quit the International Criminal Court (ICC) and an attack by Gambia against its supposed “Caucasian” justice are likely to embolden other African states to leave the world’s only permanent war crimes tribunal. Although criticising the Hague-based institution for perceived anti-African bias has...

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