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Why a Boris Johnson government could suit the Gulf countries

Monday, July 22, 2019 06:15:00 PM

Tomorrow it is widely expected that Boris Johnson will be unveiled as the new prime minister of the UK. Such an event will considerably increase the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, and will therefore open new economic doors for the Gulf countries, as the UK looks to develop its extra-EU relations.
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Monday, July 22, 2019 06:11:00 PM

Noi perspective de colaborare între Ucraina și Uniunea Europeană în contextul schimbării conducerii structurilor comunitare (opiniile experților). Перспективи співпраці між Україною та ЄС в контексті зміни керівництва європейських структур (думки експертів).
EU Ambassador to Russia: New chances for dialogue should be used wisely

Monday, July 22, 2019 06:09:00 PM

I would refer you to her "Political guidelines for the next European Commission 2019-2024" where the future European Commission President has highlighted some landmark objectives such as, inter alia, protecting our European way of life, a stronger Europe in the world and further bold steps in the....
Why a Boris Johnson government could benefit the Gulf countries

Monday, July 22, 2019 06:09:00 PM

Tomorrow it is widely expected that Boris Johnson will be unveiled as the new prime minister of the UK. Such an event will considerably increase the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, and will therefore open new economic doors for the Gulf countries, as the UK looks to develop its extra-EU relations.
France to ask for early EU aid as drought hits farmers

Monday, July 22, 2019 06:03:00 PM

PARIS-Reuters will ask the European Commission to bring forward the payment of 1 billion euros ($1.12 billion) of subsidies to help farmers cope with a hot spell that hurt crops and pasture, with more damage feared this week, the farm minister said on July 22.
Briton who Accused Former PM of Abuse Found Guilty

Monday, July 22, 2019 06:00:00 PM

A British court on Monday convicted a man who accused a string of establishment figures including former prime minister Edward Heath of sexually abusing children, finding him guilty of perverting the course of justice. Carl Beech, a former children's charity worker and nurse, was referred to as....
SOL GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY WITH $500 CASH PRIZES AFTER IRMA

Monday, July 22, 2019 05:59:00 PM

Lucky customers at the two highly-upgraded Sol gas stations in Anguilla are having opportunities to win five hundred EC dollars in cash for the purchase of just EC$50 worth of fuel at both stations. It is a six-week raffle, every Friday at 4.30 pm which started last week, conducted by Sol’s newly-appointed Country Manager, Mr.
Perry touring eastern Med, urges cooperation

Monday, July 22, 2019 05:58:00 PM

(FILES) This file photo taken on November 21, 2011 and released by the Cypriot Press Information Office (PIO) shows the Noble's "Homer Ferrington" platform , where exploration drilling for hydrocarbons is taking place off Cyprus in the island's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
Give the people what they want: Non-GMO sells

Monday, July 22, 2019 05:53:00 PM

For many years leading European food retailers have been following a strict non-GMO policy. Retailers are the parties most concerned when it comes to GMO regulation. For them, the proper implementation of an ECJ ruling is crucial, writes Heike Moldenhauer.
Boris Johnson’s moon article is loony

Monday, July 22, 2019 05:45:00 PM

Britain’s probable next prime minister has shown a fundamental misunderstanding of intricacies of the moon landing 50 years ago. That’s not surprising given his understanding of Brexit. Boris Johnson used what is probably his last Telegraph article before becoming prime minister to summon up the....
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