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Jean Pierre Hakim

Jean Pierre Hakim

From Beyonce to singer Tinashe, Arab label Marzook snaps up celebrity fans

DUBAI: Nora Hameidani, founder of Dubai’s Barre Effect fitness studio, shows you how to build and maintain strength in or out of the gym. Try these simple yet effective barre moves to help you build lean muscle in the comfort of your own home. Pushups Start with hands slightly wider than shoulders, fingers pointing forward.…

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Saudi tourism body opens Japan bureau alongside the Discover the World project

King Salman Center for Disability Research, Boeing to launch disability awareness program RIYADH: In partnership with Boeing, the King Salman Center for Disability Research launched the Prince Sultan bin Salman Program for Education and Awareness on Thursday, which targets individuals, families, school peers, work colleagues, and spouses who live with disabilities.The center is based on establishing…

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Singapore expands quarantine-free travel for vaccinated passengers

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: As Europe braces for a steady influx of Afghan refugees fleeing the return of the Taliban and economic chaos, a recent shift in political rhetoric indicates Scandinavian countries are less willing to help asylum seekers now than they were in 2015, when they offered sanctuary to tens of thousands of displaced Syrians. More…

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Middle East personalities could be next Madame Tussauds Dubai wax models

DUBAI: Cars and clothes have a long, intertwined history. While it may seem like the two are radically different, fashion has a longstanding relationship with the automotive industry, with designers continuously looking to the road when creating their collections and runway looks. Coco Chanel’s 1926 Little Black Dress was inspired by Henry Ford’s Model T; in…

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Saudi air force joins UAE combat maneuvers

MAKKAH: The march of technology might be gathering pace in all areas of Arab life, but when it comes to reading and enjoying books, old habits die hard, it seems. Despite warnings in recent years of print’s imminent demise, traditional books are still holding their own against their electronic rivals, as Saudis continue to enjoy the sensation…

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Myanmar opposition welcomes ASEAN’s junta snub, wants summit invite

For Afghans fleeing Taliban rule, experience of Syrian refugees in Scandinavia is a cautionary tale STOCKHOLM: Of the millions of Syrians displaced by civil war since 2011, a significant minority has managed to reach Europe, escaping not only violence and persecution but also forced army conscription and poverty. Even in the initial phase of the…

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Shooting in Syria could mark new phase in Israeli campaign

GAZA CITY: Mahmoud al-Dakhni was one of the thousands of Palestinians gathered in front of the Chambers of Commerce headquarters in Gaza to apply for work permits inside Israel. They were of different age groups and backgrounds, including degree holders, and crowded outside the building in the hope of obtaining Israeli approval to apply for a…

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Tigray residents describe difficult life under siege

NAIROBI: As food and the means to buy it dwindled in a city under siege, the young mother felt she could do no more. She killed herself, unable to feed her children. In a Catholic church across town, flour and oil to make communion wafers will soon run out. And the flagship hospital in Mekele, the…

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Anwar Sadat’s nephew negotiates way out for Egypt prisoners

MISSOURI, USA: Ilham Ahmed, head of the political wing of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), has been lobbying Moscow and Washington to support Kurdish representation in the long-stalled, UN-backed Syrian peace process. Ahmed, who has visited both capitals in recent weeks, also wants the country’s Kurdish-run region to be exempted from sanctions imposed under the…

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360VUZ to bring football action to fans’ mobile phones

NEWCASTLE: Steve Bruce has dismissed suggestions he was hanging on as Newcastle United manager for a big pay-off, instead insisting he was focused on convincing the club’s new Saudi owners he was the man for the job. The under-fire boss is winless in the Magpies’ first eight games of the 2021/22 campaign and has been…

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Migrant movie opens Rome Film Festival

DUBAI: If you are on the lookout for a city vacation that won’t break the bank, but also won’t force you to compromise on quality, then the Georgian capital of Tbilisi — an urban sprawl nestled in a series of mountains following the route of the Kura River — is well worth a visit. Its architecture…

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Under-fire Bruce vows to fight for Newcastle job

Concerns rising over the upholding of cricket standards in the age of short format competitions LONDON: If, following his retirement from the commentary box, someone as respected as Michael Holding was moved to say that he will not miss cricket, then the reasons demand scrutiny. After a stellar career as a fearsome fast bowler for…

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Saudi FM meets US special envoy for Iran

RIYADH: The US sees Saudi Arabia as a vital partner and America is committed to the defense of the Kingdom, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. “We have a strong partnership between the United States and Saudi Arabia. We are committed to the defense of the Kingdom,” he said, welcoming Saudi Foreign Minister Prince…

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