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- Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General
- Motion for a resolution Nigeria – B8-2018-0051
- EU must uphold nuclear agreement with Iran and continue dialogue on human rights
- شركة صنتيك تعرض وحدات رئيسية من منتجاتها في قمة طاقة المستقبل العالمية 2018 في أبو ظبي
- ندعوكم لزيارة أكبر معرض دولي للافتات وأضواء ليد في الصين
Corporate sponsorship and marketing consulting group Boss Global Media has signed an exclusive partnership with International Sports Management (ISM) to handle sponsorships and endorsement representation for ISM’s client athletes. ISM is an international sports management agency that represents prominent international …Read more
26 May 2011 | Geneva — Despite the decrease in fighting over the last week, the health situation in Misratah remains critical, says the World Health Organization (WHO) following a two-day interagency assessment in the western Libyan town. Misratah, Libya’s …Read more
LONDON: British Virgin Islands (BVI) top sprinter Tahesai Harrigan-Scott is seeking to rekindle her confidence as she prepares to run in the first round of the women’s 100m in the Olympics on August 3.
Harrigan-Scott has been trying to shrug …Read more
NORTH SOUND, Antigua: Fortune favoured Chris Gayle and he marked his return to Tests with a typically flambuoyant half-century, giving West Indies a flourishing start after they mopped up New Zealand’s tail before tea on the second day in the …Read more
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad: Indian Premier League (IPL) stars Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine will play for Trinidad and Tobago in the Champions League T20 Competition, Sports Minister Anil Roberts has said.
An agreement has been reached that …Read more
ST CROIX, US Virgin Islands: Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago breezed past Guadeloupe and Jamaica brushed aside The Bahamas in their opening matches Wednesday night at the 14th Senior Women’s Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association Championship.
Using mostly second-string players Trinidad …Read more
BIRMINGHAM: Captain Michael Frater says he believes the world will be gunning for Jamaica at the summer Olympics in London as a result of his country’s exploits in Track and Field.
Frater, Jamaica’s men’s 4 x 100m relay squad member, …Read more
NORTH SOUND, Antigua: West Indies bowlers made inroads into New Zealand’s batting before lunch on the second day of the first Test on Thursday at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here.
At the interval, the New Zealanders had reached 287 …Read more