America complicates matters by dismissing the Houthis

The Trump administration has called the Iranian-backed rebels “terrorists.”

“It is the decision of a madman before leaving power ”, Lies a resident of Sanaa, the Yemeni capital, reached by phone Monday, hours after the Trump administration decided to call “Terrorists” the Houthi rebels, allies of Iran, who rule 70% of the 27 million Yemenis. “It’s not a good thing for us, adds Ali (an assumed name), here in Sanaa (held by the insurgents supported by Tehran), people see this as an American maneuver before Trump left, but they think Joe Biden will overturn that decision. ”

Announcing the decision on Sunday, the head of US diplomacy, Mike Pompeo, explained that these sanctions are aimed at holding the Houthis “responsible for cross-border attacks threatening civilian populations, infrastructure and maritime transport ”, allusion to the Houthi missile and drone attacks against the neighboring Saudi kingdom, where the Yemeni president has taken refuge,

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Adults Only – Watch Ruby watching you dance to one and a half

Thank you for reading a story about adults only – Watch, Ruby, watching you dance to one and a half, and now with the details

Aden – Yasmine El-Tohamy – On her program “Your Excellency,” the actress, Issaad Younes, hosted rapper Wigs and actress Ruby.
During the episode, Wigs revealed his real name, “Muhammad Ali,” and said, “The first time I started, I did not have confidence, I showed up in front of people like me.”
He talked about his lack of expectation for this success as he achieved the highest rates of viewership in 2020, saying: “With time, I gained confidence, the number of song views, and the love of people, I had more confidence. Next time, I will try to make a mini album of 4 songs, I don’t want to do much.
Wigs presented his famous song “Bazat” and sang Robby, and the video clip showing the two stars won the admiration of the audience on social media, especially when Ruby danced to the song “Bazat Khalis”.

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In short clothes – Fifi Abdo watched the young men from Tani went crazy

Thank you for reading a piece of news about short clothes – I look at Fifi Abdo, the young people have gone crazy from Tani and now with the details

Aden – Yasmine El-Tohamy – A large number of users of various social media sites circulated, a picture of the artist Fifi Abdo, in which she appeared with the artist Hana Shiha, and the journalist Bossi Shalaby, after the health malaise of Fifi Abdo.

Fifi Abdo appeared in the picture in a light and short dress, in yellow, to raise many questions about the health problem she was exposed to, but the reality of the image circulating dates back to last summer.

On the other hand, the artist, Vivi Abdo, published a short video of her through her official account on the Twitter microblogging site, in which she appeared from her room and sends a message to reassure her followers about her health condition, and denounce the recent rumors about her health, which promoted her death as well.

Fifi Abdo commented on the video, saying: “Oh good evening, and jasmine from Egypt, the mother of the world. I am well, praise be to God. My words say it is a lie from them to God and I am satisfied with this amount.”

This came after Fifi Abdo appeared, for the first time, directly with her followers and fans, since she was exposed to a health problem, and the rumors that spread recently about her death.

Fifi Abdo, on the stories feature through her official account of the Instagram application of photos and short videos, published pictures with effects that showed her face greatly, to flirt with her audience, saying, “This is the puff of shame.”

The rumor of the death of the artist, Vivi Abdo, swept over a number of pages on various social media, coinciding with the spread of news of her illness, which made some people exploit this news to spread false rumors about her death.

Fifi Abdo went out a few hours ago in a video of herself, to communicate with her followers and talk to them, saying, “Asalaat Asalat Flat is from Egypt, the mother of the world … I want to tell you which way I love you”, to be a definitive response to the rumors that have spread recently.

This comes after, Fifi Abdo confirmed that she has been receiving treatment for 6 months and refuses to announce it, indicating that when her health improved, she announced and the picture posted on her Facebook is old and not at the present time.

Fifi added, during a telephone interview with the “Ninth” program on Channel One, with media professionals Wael Al-Ibrashi and Najwa Ibrahim, “I said for 6 months I was treated and I didn’t say, I couldn’t move, no reason or anything, coming down from the bed, something that pressed my nerve and her pain is terrible. Very, when I remained good, it was necessary to reassure my fans, and I am not of this degree, I sit and talk and everything.

In response to the media, Najwa Ibrahim, saying: “You are envious,” Fifi Abdo said: “The eye is mentioned in the Qur’an, and I don’t have a solution.

Media Najwa Ibrahim commented, “I asked Dr. Why is the blue eye?” He said that the blue color is the first color that the eye recognizes, and we find some Arab countries famous for the blue eye.

For his part, the media, Wael Al-Ibrashi, commented: “We will disagree with you, and we are fighting sorcery and quackery, and people must resort to the Qur’an.”

And the artist, Vivi Abdo, previously published a video clip on her Instagram account, through which she revealed the nature of the health problem she is going through.

“I am not in a hospital like there are people who write,” Fifi said. “I am a patient and I am being treated at home, because of my back, I do not have a serious need, thank God.”

And she continued: “But I need to pray to people, and it is forbidden for those who write very many rumors to know about me, but your peace is high and pray to me, our Lord heal me and heal every patient, and it falls and goes away, God willing.”

The artist, Vivi Abdo, raised the concern of her followers after broadcasting a video clip, days ago, in which she asked her audience to pray, and that she was hiding her illness during the last period, and before that she appeared in a veil in a video clip confirming her exposure to a severe cold that led to her inability to move.

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The return of gains to the Gulf markets … Saudi Arabia’s index compensates most of its losses

The Saudi stock market index rose at closing 1.66%, compensating for most of the losses suffered yesterday (1.7%) due to concern about the spread of a new strain of Corona virus in Britain, and the closure of the region’s airports for a week in anticipation of this viral development.

The Saudi index rose by 141.77 points to close at 8680.45 points, with trades amounting to 10.8 billion riyals, while the number of traded shares reached more than 345 million shares, shared by more than 400,000 deals in which the shares of 194 companies recorded an increase in their value, while the shares of two companies closed lower. .

The shares of the companies: Al Hokair Group, Anaam Holding, Saudi Re-Saudi, Wafra, and Baazim were the highest gainers. As for the shares of my companies: Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets and SADAFCO, they were the lowest in trading, as the rise and fall rates ranged between 10.00% and 1.27%.

While the shares of the companies: Malath Insurance, Dar Al Arkan, Kayan Saudi Arabia, Saudi Re-Saudi, and Zain Saudi Arabia were the most active in quantity, and the shares of: Refineries Companies, Anaam Holding, Bazim, Malath Insurance, and Al Fukharia were the most active in value.

The parallel Saudi stock index (Nomu) also closed today, up 1034.00 points, to close at 21698.23 points, with trades amounting to 43 million riyals, and the number of traded shares reached 410,000 shares shared by 1073 deals.

STC’s shares stabilized at Tuesday’s session, after the Saudi Competition Authority announced on Monday that the company would be fined 10 million riyals for “misusing the dominant position.” Aramco shares rose 0.57% to 35 riyals a share.

In turn, the director of the Zad Center for Consulting, Hussein Al-Raqeeb, said in an interview with Al-Arabiya that the new strain that emerged from the virus will affect very important sectors as a result of the closure, such as the sectors of tourism, hospitality, Umrah services, and travel services, expecting that with these closures, this suffering will continue. .

The effects of the closure may be less in the second quarter of 2021, but according to the watchdog, it is certain that the first quarter of next year will be clear on the global economy.

The watchdog also expected that the Saudi Central Bank “SAMA” will end the postponement of payments for small and medium-sized companies by the end of the first quarter, and banks will face some kind of challenges during the second quarter of next year, affecting their profitability during the first half of 2021.

The Dubai Financial Index rose 0.81% to 2,480 points at the close, while the Abu Dhabi market index ended the session, up 0.72% to 5109 points.

At the Kuwait Stock Exchange level, Amr Sarhan, deputy head of investment portfolios at the National Investments Company, suggested in an interview with Al Arabiya that the decline in the Kuwaiti market on Tuesday was a natural result of the market’s interaction with negative news in global markets, in addition to the decision to close airports in Kuwait.

Sarhan considered that the stock market decline is normal, and there is a consolidation of some stocks, expecting that “the new Corona strain will not negatively affect the markets in the future.”

The Kuwait Stock Exchange closed its dealings with a decline of 29.6 points in the general market index, reaching a level of R 5558 points, a decrease of 0.53%.

The MSM Index (30) closed today at 3603 points, up 0.1 points, while the Bahrain General Index closed today at 1,492.89 points, an increase of 0.05 points from the previous closing rate.

The Bahrain Islamic Index closed at 653.47 points, an increase of 3.76 points from its previous closing rate.

In turn, Tariq Al-Rifai, CEO of Corum Center for Strategic Studies, said in an interview with Al-Arabiya that commodity markets are more sensitive than stocks when it comes to the new strain of Corona.

Dozens of countries have banned travel by flights and train trips to the United Kingdom, due to the emergence of a new strain of Corona virus, which is believed to be 70% more contagious.

At the level of Arab countries, Saudi Arabia suspended various air and land travel for a week, while Kuwait suspended commercial flights, and closed the land and sea ports as a precaution.

The Sultanate of Oman decided to prevent entry and exit from all ports for a week, while Tunisia suspended flights from Britain, Australia and South Africa, while Algeria banned any evacuation of its citizens from Britain, and Jordan suspended flights coming from Britain for a period of two weeks.

Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways said it is asking for reservations valid until December 24, for all travelers from the United Kingdom, to submit a medical examination result confirming that they are not infected with the Coronavirus, and its validity extends to seventy-two hours at most before their departure time. In turn, Sudan announced the closure of Khartoum Airport for 15 days for flights coming from the Netherlands, Britain and South Africa.

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Covid-19. British woman in coma gives birth to twins

Perpetual Uke, a British rheumatologist, woke up from a coma to find that she had given birth to twins when she was unconscious. Suffering from a virulent form of Covid-19, she was hospitalized in Birmingham (United Kingdom) last April while she was pregnant. His situation required him to be placed on a ventilator and in an artificial coma, according to several British media, including The Guardian this Thursday, November 19.

The patient was initially due to give birth in July. The doctors, however, decided to induce her delivery and performed a cesarean section after just 26 weeks of pregnancy. They feared that their patient’s condition would never improve. The very premature babies, a boy and a girl, weighed 850 and 765 grams respectively at birth.

The twins are doing well

They were named Osinachi Pascal and Sochika Palmer. Perpetual Uke and her husband Matthew were already parents to a 12-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl. The mother finally came out of a coma 16 days after the twins were born. She explained to Metro having believed that she had lost the babies when she did “Not seen her rounded belly”. The Briton confirms that she and the newborns are doing well.

The twins were initially transported to the neonatal intensive care unit at another facility in Birmingham. Their mother has started to recover and has since been discharged from the hospital. “Being back home allowed me to get better”, she testifies. Perpetual Uke qualifies as « miracle » the fact of having woken up, feeling better, and being able to be with her husband and their four children since August.

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Jerusalem

BUENOS AIRES – “Jerusalem” dot com- (Xinhua) – The Argentine Health Ministry on Monday reported 6,609 cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, bringing the national toll to 1173533.

The ministry stated that another 138 patients died from the disease, bringing the number of deaths nationwide to 31,140.

The province of Buenos Aires, with 550,939 cases, or 46.95 percent of the national total, is the worst-affected region.

Argentina recorded its first case of COVID-19 on March 3. The country has extended isolation and social distancing measures until November 8.

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Aldar shares the largest daily gain in 6 years – Erm News

Aldar shares the largest daily gain in 6 ...



The Abu Dhabi index rose today, Tuesday, thanks to the gains of “Aldar Properties”, while the rest of the major markets in the Gulf stabilized. Abu Dhabi index gained 0.5% supported by the rise in share

The Abu Dhabi index rose today, Tuesday, thanks to the gains of the “Aldar Properties” company, while the rest of the major markets in the Gulf stabilized.

Abu Dhabi’s index gained 0.5%, supported by the rise of “Aldar Properties,” 4.7%, which recorded its largest daily gain in nearly 6 years, yesterday, after the company announced that it would manage and implement government capital projects worth 30 billion dirhams (8.17 billion dollars) under an agreement. With the government-backed holding company.

First Abu Dhabi Bank shares stabilized. In the previous session, the largest UAE bank announced a 19% drop in quarterly profits due to a decline in the double-digit net interest income and a rise in impairment charges.

The main Saudi index rose 0.1%, thanks to the 0.6% rise in the giant Saudi oil company, Aramco, and the 0.4% increase in the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC).

On Monday, Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said that the oil market has passed the worst stage.

Prince Abdulaziz added, during the hypothetical Indian Energy Forum (Seera Week), when asked to comment on the state of the oil market’s recovery: “I think the worst phase is over.”

The main Dubai index fell 0.3%, affected by a drop in Emirates NBD Bank 0.6% and Dubai Islamic Bank 0.2%.

In Qatar, the index fell 0.1%, and Qatar Islamic Bank lost 0.9%.

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Mourning in Kuwait for the emir who mediated between his Gulf neighbors

Kuwait faces a new era following the death of its 91-year-old Emir, Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah. His half-brother, Prince Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah, 83, takes over as head of this small emirate of the Persian Gulf that has the sixth largest oil reserve in the world and enjoys the character of a non-aligned country in a Increasingly polarized Middle East. Analysts highlighted the deceased’s mediator character and pointed to the reconciliation between Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar as the great pending work that he leaves in the hands of his successor, a dispute that he tried to resolve without success in 2017.

“With great sadness and sorrow, we announce to the people of Kuwait, the Arab and Muslim nations, and all the friendly peoples of the world, the death of the Emir of the State of Kuwait who moved to the side of God,” said the statement that the Minister of affairs of the Royal Court, Ali Jarrah al-Sabah, read before the cameras of the official television. Shortly before, the broadcast had been interrupted to broadcast verses from the Koran in honor of the deceased leader.

The sheikh died in the United States, where he was transferred two months ago after undergoing a delicate operation in Kuwait. Since then, her half-brother and crown prince had received some “constitutional” functions on a “temporary” basis, according to the official Kuna agency.

THE KEY:

The relay.

His 83-year-old stepbrother will take the reins of the country, which is preparing for 40 days of mourning

His life was dedicated to the politics of a country of which he was Foreign Minister between 1963 and 2003. Three years after leaving office he received the responsibility of occupying the throne. During this time he had to deal with the military operation launched by Saddam Hussein to invade Iraq in 1991. Al-Sabah obtained international military support to expel the Iraqis, but years later he did not hesitate to travel to Baghdad to regain relations between the two. countries. In 2012, he attended an Arab League summit and in 2019 he made the first official visit since the invasion. A firm ally of Washington in the area, 13,000 US soldiers are deployed in the emirate.

Parliamentary system

The country’s political system is different from that of its Gulf neighbors. Parliament is elected, against the totalitarian monarchies of the region, but the emir has the right to appoint a prime minister from among his family and has the last word on key issues. The ‘Arab Spring’ of 2011 sparked major protests and the emir had to resort to a state of emergency, dissolve the Chamber and appoint a new head of government to calm things down.

For the past several years, Al-Sabah’s state of health has been one of the best-kept state secrets of a kingdom now preparing for forty days of official mourning.

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Mourning in Kuwait for the emir who mediated between his Gulf neighbors

Kuwait faces a new era following the death of its 91-year-old Emir, Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah. His half-brother, Prince Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah, 83, takes over as head of this small Persian Gulf emirate that has the sixth largest oil reserve in the world and enjoys the character of a non-aligned country in a Increasingly polarized Middle East. Analysts highlighted the deceased’s mediator character and pointed to the reconciliation between Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar as the great pending work that he leaves in the hands of his successor, a dispute that he tried to resolve without success in 2017.

“With great sadness and sorrow, we announce to the people of Kuwait, the Arab and Muslim nations, and all the friendly peoples of the world, the death of the Emir of the State of Kuwait who moved to the side of God,” said the statement that the Minister of affairs of the Royal Court, Ali Jarrah al-Sabah, read before the cameras of the official television. Shortly before, the broadcast had been interrupted to broadcast verses from the Qur’an in honor of the deceased leader.

The sheikh died in the United States, where he was transferred two months ago after undergoing a delicate operation in Kuwait. Since then, her half-brother and crown prince had received some “constitutional” functions “temporarily”, according to the official Kuna agency.

THE KEY:

The relay.

His 83-year-old stepbrother will take the reins of the country, which is preparing for 40 days of mourning

His life was dedicated to the politics of a country where he was Foreign Minister between 1963 and 2003. Three years after leaving office, he received the responsibility of occupying the throne. During this time he had to deal with the military operation launched by Saddam Hussein to invade Iraq in 1991. Al-Sabah obtained international military support to expel the Iraqis, but years later he did not hesitate to travel to Baghdad to regain relations between the two. countries. In 2012, he attended an Arab League summit and in 2019 he made the first official visit since the invasion. A firm ally of Washington in the area, 13,000 US soldiers are deployed in the emirate.

Parliamentary system

The country’s political system is different from that of its Gulf neighbors. Parliament is elected, against the totalitarian monarchies of the region, but the emir has the right to appoint a prime minister from among his family and has the last word on key issues. The ‘Arab Spring’ of 2011 sparked major protests and the emir had to resort to a state of emergency, dissolve the Chamber and appoint a new head of government to calm things down.

For the past several years, Al-Sabah’s state of health has been one of the best-kept state secrets of a kingdom now preparing for forty days of official mourning.

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