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PM Netanyahu’s ‘magic’ in the gulf might be waning - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 06 Feb 2023
Trump, Netanyahu enjoyed a close relationship with both the Trump Administration and the rulers of the Arab Gulf states ... This makes you wonder how none of his assistants and multitude of experts on Arab affairs failed to mention to him that this term causes great offense to the Arab Gulf states.
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Al-Masjid al-Nabawi or Medina Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia
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Egypt: newspaper apologises to Saudi Arabia

Middle East Monitor 06 Feb 2023
A state-owned daily newspaper in Egypt, Al–Gomhuria, has apologised to Saudi Arabia after its chief editor severely criticised the Gulf States.
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Iran signs $900 mln deal with local firm to develop Gulf gas field

Natural Gas World 06 Feb 2023
... $900 million contract on Saturday with Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Co (IOEC) to develop the first phase of its Kish offshore gas field in the Gulf, state television reported.
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Filipinos scramble to leave Kuwait after Ranara murder

The New Arab 06 Feb 2023
More than a hundred Filipino maids have left Kuwait in just four days following the brutal killing of a 35-year-old Filipino domestic worker in the Gulf nation, local media reported on Sunday ... The Philippine government has also suspended accreditation for Kuwaiti foreign recruitment agencies to prevent the departure of workers to the Gulf state.
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Sea butterflies spotted in Eilat for first time in 29 years

The Jerusalem Post 06 Feb 2023
The last time the sea butterflies were spotted in the Gulf of Aqaba was in 1994 ... Bracha Prestei, from The Inter-University Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat, stated that "the species Cavolinia uncinata appears in the Gulf of Aqaba mainly in the winter season," which shares the Pteropoda order taxonomic with the sea butterfly.
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Qatar airport aims to beat passenger record

The Manila Times 06 Feb 2023
Qatar's main international airport aims to pass a record 40 million passengers this year as the Gulf state seeks to build on staging the World Cup to bolster its reputation, its tourism chief said Sunday ... The wealthy Gulf state is spending billions of dollars expanding capacity at ...
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Doha airport sets sights on passenger record

Dawn 06 Feb 2023
Qatar’s main international airport aims to pass a record 40 million passengers this year as the Gulf state seeks to build on staging the World Cup to bolster its reputation, its tourism chief said on Sunday ... The wealthy Gulf state is spending billions of dollars expanding capacity ...
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Updated poll denies Gamecocks a 1-2 matchup on Feb. 12

The Post and Courier 06 Feb 2023
Ohio State ... Florida State ... Iowa State ... NC State ... Baylor 29, Illinois 18, UNLV 14, Tennessee 13, USC 8, Middle Tennessee State 8, Florida Gulf Coast 2, Louisville 2, Cleveland State 1David Cloninger's AP women's Top 25 ... Florida State ... Ohio State ... Florida Gulf Coast ... Iowa State ... Kansas State ... NC State.
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New AP poll pits No. 1 Gamecocks vs. No. 3 LSU; Clemson drops out of ...

The Post and Courier 06 Feb 2023
Ohio State ... Florida State ... Iowa State ... NC State ... Baylor 29, Illinois 18, UNLV 14, Tennessee 13, USC 8, Middle Tennessee State 8, Florida Gulf Coast 2, Louisville 2, Cleveland State 1David Cloninger's AP women's Top 25 ... Florida State ... Ohio State ... Florida Gulf Coast ... Iowa State ... Kansas State ... NC State.
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Legal sizes for lobsters could change to protect population

Times Union 06 Feb 2023
The rules, which can vary slightly based on fishing grounds, are intended to maintain a breeding population of the lobsters in key areas such as the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank. The regulatory Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is considering changing the standards by a fraction of an inch in some of the fishing grounds.
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The AP Top 25 Women's Basketball Poll

Hastings Tribune 06 Feb 2023
;Record;Pts;Prv. 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... Ohio State;20-4;337;10 ... Florida State;20-5;187;23 ... Iowa State;15-6;168;12 ... North Carolina State;16-6;164;15 ... Baylor 29, Illinois 18, UNLV 14, Tennessee 13, USC 8, Middle Tennessee 8, Florida Gulf Coast 2, Louisville 2, Cleveland State 1 ... .
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Legal lobster sizes could change to protect population

Bangor Daily News 06 Feb 2023
The rules, which can vary slightly based on fishing grounds, are intended to maintain a breeding population of the lobsters in key areas such as the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank. The regulatory Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is considering changing the standards by a fraction of an inch in some of the fishing grounds.
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Minister Of State For Foreign Affairs Bids Farewell To Ambassador Of Niger

MENA FN 06 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) HE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sultan bin Saad Al Muraikhi met on Monday the Ambassador of the Republic of Niger to Qatar Mubarak Hassan Boubacar on the occasion of ... .

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