Ahmed Yasser Rayan
Camel racing is a popular traditional sport in many Arab countries, most notably in the Gulf region. And in Egypt, Bedouins of the South Sinai desert have kept up the tradition.
Do we need to be “Faster - Higher - Stronger”, the Olympic motto or should we just try to be ok and healthy? The Olympics may yet be cancelled completely after having been delayed a year says Toshihiro Nikai, secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party,
In El-Arish, the provincial capital of Egypt's North Sinai, a group of women sew colourful Bedouin designs on masks to combat coronavirus, as an insurgency simmers in their restive region.
The last great hope for China’s faltering post-pandemic rally is fading as the nation’s legion of small-time investors turns bearish on equities to double down instead on safer assets amid a stuttering economic recovery. Brokers and money managers had expected billions of yuan in excess savings would find their way to the stock
Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives may yet find electoral salvation in the “shy capitalist“ millennial generation, according to a new report. A new study from centre-right think tank Onward, after a survey of 8,000 people across the UK, suggests millennials — those aged between 25 and 40 — have a dim view of the government.
India’s National Climate Research agenda was released at the inauguration of the two-day International Climate Research Conclave (ICRC-2023) recently, with the aim to coordinate national efforts towards understanding and addressing climate change 2030 and beyond. As per the official press release, during the release function,
The war only produces destruction and misery. War makes warring countries economically weak and people of the countries suffer uncountable difficulties (“Russia fires missiles on Kyiv in rare daytime attack,” May 30, Gulf Today website). According to the report, Russia fired a barrage of missiles at Kyiv on Monday, sending