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Al-Jubeir stands up to US media ‘soap opera’

  • Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir. (Reuters) Last December, when Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir was appointed to a new position as Minister of State, much of the American news media reported that he had been demoted amid the backlash over the killing of Washington Post...
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Al-Naimi’s message

  • In a changing world environment politically and economically, Saudi Arabia is sending a reassuring message that it is committed to its traditional role of balancing the market at a price by keeping an excess capacity while joining hands to make use of new technology that can even address some of...
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Al-Qaeda, Daesh focus on bombs behind carry-on computer ban, say experts

  • WASHINGTON: The prohibition on carry-on electronics for certain flights to the US and Britain shows both Daesh and Al-Qaeda remain able to mount potent threats to civil aviation despite tighter airport security, experts say. On Tuesday, US authorities ordered a ban on laptop computers, tablets...
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Alabama man after death row: Prosecutors will ‘answer to God’

  • BIRMINGHAM, Alabama: Anthony Ray Hinton, 58, spent half his life on Alabama’s death row, sentenced to die for two 1985 murders that for decades he insisted he did not commit.Over 28 years, the outside world changed while Hinton spent his days largely in a 5-by-8-foot prison cell. Children grew up...
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Alabama, Florida State roll to huge shutouts

  • FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas: The top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide demolished the beleaguered Arkansas Razorbacks 52-0 in top-25 college football Saturday.Arkansas’ much-anticipated season has crumbled three weeks into the season. The Razorbacks lost 34-31 in overtime last week to Louisiana-Monroe, and...
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Albers’ 1st hit since 2007 leads ChiSox over Mets 2-1 in 13

  • NEW YORK: Pitcher Matt Albers doubled leading off the 13th inning for his first hit since 2007 and scored the tiebreaking run as the Chicago White Sox rallied past the New York Mets 2-1 on Wednesday, helped by Todd Frazier’s major league-leading 17th homer.Albers relieved White Sox closer David...
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Alibaba makes offer for China’s YouTube, Youku Tudou

  • SHANGHAI: Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has made a multi-billion-dollar offer to buy the outstanding shares of online video company Youku Tudou — the country’s equivalent of YouTube — the firms said, in its latest push into entertainment.Alibaba, often described as China’s eBay or Amazon, is...
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ALJ Toyota Prado, Saudi Binladen through to quarterfinals of ALBAIK netfest

  • Saudi Binladen Group Tennis Club’s SBG-RPD-2 had to endure a super tie-break after it brought Toyota Express to a tied 2-2 (23-23) score to emerge victorious in their category C round of 16 match and move to the quarterfinals round as the 5th ALBAIK Tennis Tournament 2013 entered the knockout...
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All in, or sit out: NBA teams decide as trade deadline nears

  • NEW YORK: The East was a two-team race at last year's trade deadline, and Larry Bird made the move he thought would win it.When the Indiana Pacers acquired Evan Turner from rebuilding Philadelphia, they hoped it would provide the scoring punch to beat out Miami and reach the NBA Finals. It...
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Allah Almighty is eternal

  • An atheist once asked me that if the universe was created by God, then who created Him; or, if your God was there at first then I can say that the big bang was there at first.If you say that the Big Bang came before everything else, then you have not studied the Big Bang theory and you are...
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