Daily Archives: January 6, 2018

ZIMBABWE COURT DISMISSES CASE OF U.S. WOMAN CHARGED WITH INSULTING MUGABE

A U.S. citizen charged with attempting to overthrow the Zimbabwean government after police accused her of insulting then-president Robert Mugabe had her case dismissed by a Harare court on Thursday.

Martha O’Donovan works for Magamba TV, which describes itself as …

OMAN SIGNS OMR 81 MILLION (USD 211 MILLION) SAUDI FINANCING PACT FOR KEY DUQM PROJECTS

Oman’s government has signed two agreements to obtain OMR 81 million (USD 211 million) of financing from Saudi Arabia, for one of its key industrial projects.

The money will come from the Saudi Fund for Development, a state agency, to …

WOMAN, SON BURNED TO DEATH IN HOUSE FIRE IN MALAYSIA’S KOTA KINABALU

A woman and her son were burned to death in a fire, at their house in Tenom, early today.

The bodies of Wong Siu Mei, 46, and her son, Wong Ka Seng, eight, were found in a room, on the …

OMAN BEAT U.A.E. ON PENALTY KICKS TO WIN GULF CUP

Oman won the 23rd Arabian Gulf Cup on Friday, by beating the UAE on penalty shootout, 5-4.

The Omanis survived the regular time, as goalkeeper Fayez Al-Rashidi denied a penalty kick, by Omar Adulrahman in the 91st minute.

Neither team …

KUWAITI EMIR SENDS CONGRATULATION TO OMAN’S SULTAN QABOOS OVER “GULF CUP” TITLE

The Kuwaiti Emir, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, on Friday, sent a cable to Oman’s Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, congratulating him on the Omani team’s win of the 23rd Arabian Gulf Cup.

The Emir praised the sports achievement of the …