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Winter World Cup ‘could disrupt 50 football teams’

At least 50 football leagues around the world would be adversely affected if the 2022 World Cup in Qatar was held in November and December, the official who originally warned against holding the World Cup there has told Reuters. T

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Bebe unveils ‘Winter in Wonderland’ collection in UAE

Leading speciality retailer Bebe has unveiled a collection of party wear, work wear and casual weekend looks, along with chic outerwear and active wear for the 2014 holiday season in the UAE. The new direction is showcased in the

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Hilton Worldwide offers 33pc discount in winter sale

Hilton Worldwide Middle East and Africa has launched its annual Winter Sale, offering travellers an opportunity to save up to 33 per cent on their stays throughout 2015. Discerning travellers can benefit from great savings at any hotel

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Some in Opec worried by oil drop, but no plan yet

Some Opec countries are calling for supply cuts after a drop in oil prices, but core Gulf members are betting winter demand will revive the market, suggesting the group is no closer to any collective steps. The differing views wit

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Fadwa Baruni launches autumn/winter range

Fadwa Baruni, a renowned pan-Arab fashion designer, has launched her Autumn/Winter 2014-15 Collection titled ‘Olive Tree and Purple Sun.’   The new collection is available at more than nine outlets ac

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Fading winter to lift US payrolls, create more jobs

The US economy likely created jobs at the fastest pace in four months in March as it shifted into a higher gear after being held back by a brutally cold winter. Employers are expected to have added 200,000 new jobs to their payrol

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US growth loses steam as consumer sentiment dips

US consumer spending increased in February, but a dip in sentiment this month offered confirmation that economic growth slowed in the first quarter. The Commerce Department said yesterday that consumer spending rose 0.3 per cent l

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Harsh winter hits US consumer sentiment

US consumer sentiment weakened in early March as an unusually harsh winter appeared to dim views on the economy's prospects. The preliminary Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan index of consumer sentiment fell to 79.9 in Ma

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Wettest winter in England for 250 years

This winter has already been the wettest for almost 250 years in England and Wales, Britain's national weather service the Met Office said on Thursday. Around 435 mm of rain was recorded up to February 24 in England and Wales,

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Winter cold cuts power to Iran homes, industry

Cold and snow have cut off power to more than 480,000 homes in northern Iran, reduced feedstocks for petrochemical plants and led to a drop in gas supply pressure in some cities, the energy ministry news service said on Monday. Lo

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