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Pipe Dream Chevron Woodside Vie To Shape Australias Lng Sector

MELBOURNE – After spending a decade and billions of dollars developing Australia’s vast gas reserves, U.S. energy giant Chevron Corp and local firm Woodside...

Jordans King Swears In New Cabinet Led By Ex-world Bank Economist

AMMAN – Jordan’s King Abdullah on Thursday swore in a new government led by a former World Bank economist and mandated to review a disputed tax system after...

Mexico Canada Welcome Hosting 2026 World Cup With Us Despite Frayed Ties

MOSCOW – The leaders of Mexico and Canada gleefully cheered winning the right to host the 2026 World Cup jointly with the United States on Wednesday, emphasizing...

World Cup 2026 Goes To Us Mexico Canada Despite Frayed Ties

MOSCOW – The 2026 World Cup will be held in the United States, Mexico and Canada after FIFA’s Congress voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to support the joint...

Qatar Extends 500 Million Aid Package To Jordan Official

AMMAN – The Gulf state of Qatar has extended a $500 mln aid package to Jordan that includes investments, project finance and job opportunities for Jordanians, an...

Qatar Says It Files Case Against Uae At Uns Highest Court

Qatar says it has filed a case against the United Arab Emirates at the International Court of Justice over the UAE’s “discrimination against Qatar and Qatari...

Qatar Takes Uae To Un Human Rights Court Over Boycott

LONDON – The government of Qatar said Monday it was taking the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations’ International Court of Justice over what it...

Athletics Echevarria Produces Huge Leap In Stockholm

– Cuba’s Juan Miguel Echevarria produced the furthest long jump in 23 years — 8.83 meters — in winning the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm on...

Fifa Delays Talks On Possible 48-team World Cup In Qatar

Talks on exploring a 48-team World Cup in 2022 have been taken off the agenda at FIFA’s annual congress Wednesday. FIFA says a request to start a feasibility study...

Qatar Airways Chief Akbar Al Baker Sparks Outrage Saying Women Can’t Do His Job Because ‘it’s Challenging’

THE BOSS of Qatar Airways sparked outrage after saying women could not do his job because it was “very challenging”. Akbar Al Baker made his remarks when discussing...

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