The ruling Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) leadership may have announced launching the “movement for justice” but the party rank and file are clueless about related modalities.
As a youngster, Frances Tiafoe, the son of a Sierra Leone immigrant, played tennis in hand-me-down gear and dreamed of the day he’d face Roger Federer at the US Open.
Less than a month after his winning return at Ostende, Djelamer imposed himself again, at Duindigt, Netherlands, in the President of the UAE Cup. The Khalifa bin Hamad al-Attiyah-owned horse, trained by Alban de Mieulle, was ridden at the back of the field by Jean Baptiste Hamel.
In a now widely discredited 1990s-era theory of international relations, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman advanced the argument that no two countries with a McDonald’s would go to war with one another.
The shipments of Qatari liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessels through the Strait of Hormuz could be unhindered despite the current economic blockade by the siege countries, according to global credit rating agency Moody’s.
Sixteen months after finishing a terminal and sending the first cargo of US shale gas overseas, Cheniere Energy is already preparing for its next round of export projects.
The Philippines will maintain its trade and economic ties with the United States, Trade Minister Ramon Lopez said on Friday, a day after President Rodrigo Duterte announced his ‘separation’ from Washington.