Monday, 09 December 2019
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ISIS: much more than a military target
Donald Trump announced on Sunday morning that the leader of the Islamic State had taken his own life in the middle of a US military operation in Syria
Syria: between attacks and agreements
Ten days after Trump's decision to remove troops from the border of Turkey and Syria, his government and Erdogan's have reached a temporary agreement
Siemens will rebuild two power plants in Iraq
The German company won another major contract in Iraq and continues with its plans to expand the energy network in that country
Saudi Aramco is confident that oil production will return to normal
After attacks on Saudi oil facilities, Saudi Aramco is working 24/7
Israel: Gantz rejects Netanyahu's proposal of a coalition
Netanyahu's surprise move was an abrupt change of strategy for the right-wing leader. Its rejection could spell weeks of wrangling after Tuesday's election
Iran rules out talks as Trump links Tehran to Saudi oil attack
Iran's supreme leader ruled out talks with Washington after President Donald Trump blamed Tehran for an attack on Saudi oil facilities that knocked out half the kingdom's output
USA: "The oil market is resistant after attacks against Saudi plants"
An attack on Saudi facilities this weekend closed 5 percent of global oil production
Global oil consumption stagnates leaving prices under pressure
Consumption in the top 18 rose by just 0.7% in the three months to March compared with the same period a year earlier
Tutankhamun bust and other objects that Egypt claims to Europe
The auction house Christie's sold Tutankhamun bust despite criticism from the Egyptian Government
Where are the world's stateless people?
An estimated 10 to 15 million people are not recognized as nationals by any country, often depriving them of basic rights
Why will the guests of the Copa América continue to be from Asia?
For the edition of Argentina and Colombia in 2020, guests will be Qatar and Australia, which is from Oceania, but competes in the Asian Confederation
How much has Qatar invested to take its football to where it is?
The participation of the Qatar national team in the 2019 Copa America is another achievement for this country's soccer, how much have they invested in the process?
Why will the Qatar 2022 World Cup be played with 32 countries?
The proposal of President Gianni Infantino must wait until the 2026 edition. What could be good and bad of having 48 national teams?
Confrontations in Gaza: the most lethal since 2014
With casualties on both sides, on Monday, May 6, a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel was launched after the clashes over the weekend
Not even jail stops them! 3 candidates who campaigned from jail
Who said that being in prison prevented you to be in an electoral campaign? Here in LatinAmerican Post we tell you more
Elections in Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu goes for his fifth term
After a tight election, Netanyahu will continue in power after being ten years in it
Aramco: the most profitable company in the world
The revealed net income of the Saudi state oil company surpassed those of Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft together
Trump against the International Community?
Trump has convulsed the international community for the declarations on the Golan Heights and Israel, what is this new controversy about?
Gaza Strip: What are the reasons for the recent bombings?
The Israeli government has attacked nearly 100 targets in the Strip in recent weeks
Ardern and Erdogan: Different responses to the same incident
The massacre in Christchurch awakened the response of several leaders. What were there reactions to the massacre?
FIFA's newest idea! Club World Cup with 24 teams
The organization decided that the new format of the contest will be played every four years, starting one year before the World Cup of Qatar 2022
Qatar 2022: again FIFA 'in the eye of the storm'
There is a new controversy over documents about the arrangement that FIFA had with the emirs of Qatar to choose that country as the venue for this event on 2022
Trump: a trade war with India and Turkey is looming
War is no longer just with China. Trump revoked the preferential trade deal with these countries, a measure that will cost them, could Latin America be the next?
Merit or tactics: the first new female ambassador of Saudi Arabia
Is the announcement of the new United States ambassador, Princess Reema bin Bandar al Saud, a smokescreen?
The Venezuelan gold route: the wild card of Maduro's government
A mysterious agreement between Turkey and Venezuela opens a new trade route that helps maintain the economy of Maduro's regime
Get ready! VAR is coming to Qatar 2022 qualifiers
Although is already used in the Copa Libertadores and Sudamericana, it will be the first time that Conmebol uses the VAR for the road to Qatar 2022
Khashoggi's murder hurts Saudi Arabia's economy
The investment summit, on which the development of Saudi Arabia depends, was overshadowed by the murder of the journalist, large investors decided not to take part
These are the 3 soccer teams that want Zinedine Zidane as coach
The former Real Madrid technical director wants to coach a soccer team again. Here you can find what teams want him
Brazil, the favorite team to win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
Westgate Las Vegas positioned Brazil as the favorite team to win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
The goal of the Venezuelan National Team has been set: qualifying for the Qatar World Cup 2022
Rafael Dudamel, the Venezuela NT's coach, presented the project with which he intends to reach the next World Cup
Qatar 2022: A World Cup that will challenge soccer's traditions
A World Cup that takes place between November and December is a curious event. Here we show you the first signs of change of the next soccer contest
Aseel Al-Hamad and Formula 1 give a message of equality to the motorsport's world
The Saudi pilot took the wheel of an F1 car to celebrate the lifting of the measure that prohibited her from driving women in her native country
Equality or economic motivations? The reason why Saudi Arabia allows women to drive
The decision of Prince Mohammed bin Salman should not be confused with genuine progressiveness
Peru will point to Qatar 2022 with a more experienced team
The Inca team bid farewell to Russia 2018 with a dignified performance, with a group that will be key to the next qualifiers
FIFA 2026 and 2030: Two World Cups for America?
From 2026 or even before, the World Cups could undergo a change in its organization that goes beyond the 48 teams
Beitar 'Trump' Jerusalem: Why will it be difficult for the soccer team to make use of their new name
The Israeli club decided to honor the change of the United States embassy, but the surname of the president is a registered trademark since 2008
Mohamed Salah and the 4 keys to get to Real Madrid
The Egyptian player lives his best sports season in his first year with Liverpool, fact that has generated interest in Florentino Pérez
The entertainment chain Cinépolis has announced its entry into the Saudi market
The Saudi kingdom announced large investments in entertainment and a greater openness that favors international companies in the sector
Mohamed Salah: The great African of football
The Liverpool striker amazes the world with his talent and could take the Golden Boot to Africa for the first time
Soccer: Is Salah better than Luis Suarez?
While the Egyptian was in Liverpool, he reached the Uruguayan player records
Egypt and Colombia: Significant reduction in monetary aid
Issues such as human rights and illicit crops threaten the cooperation of the United States
Boycott Qatar: a bad move?
Doha will not yield to the pressures; the crisis seems to grow despite various attempts
After the referendum, Turkey’s place in Europe is in danger
Erdogan’s questioned victory will bring, among other things, important consequences on Turkey's economy. One of them will be its isolation from Europe.
How are we reacting to Syria’s chemical attack?
The world reacted to the attack that killed at least 72 and injured 300 in the Idleb province.
The suffering of asylum seekers
For the past year the EU-Turkey deal has trapped thousands in Greece and Human Rights Watch assessed their conditions.
‘Demagogue populism’ threatens human rights
The rise of populist leaders in the United States and Europe poses a dangerous threat to basic rights protections while encouraging abuse by autocrats around the world
Will the 2017 Glass Be Half Full in the Americas?
2017 entered world stage under the sad and horrific shadow of the Aleppo genocide. In the Americas, however, 2017 seems to have brought a ray of hope in terms of democratic developments.
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