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    The United Arab Emirates on Friday announced the sending of an astronaut to the International Space Station (ISS) for a six-month mission, a “new step” in the rich Gulf nation’s space ambitions. “A new milestone has been reached with the signing of a new contract to send the first Arab astronaut to the International Space Station for a 180-day voyage,” Emirates Vice President and Dubai President Sheikh Tweet tweeted. Added. The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC) and Axiom Space signed an agreement on Wednesday at the Emirates Embassy in Washington, according to the Emirati daily The National. The astronaut will be part of the SpaceX Crew-6 mission, which is scheduled to launch in 2023, according to the same source. Newcomers to the world of space exploration, the United Arab Emirates, which has seven emirates, including Abu Dhabi and Dubai, soon lost their identity. The first Emirati was launched into space in September 2019 for an eight-day mission on a Soyuz rocket from Russia’s Bygone Cosmotrome in Kazakhstan. In July of the same year, the oil-rich country launched the...
    ALEXANDRE LACAZETTE aimed a cheeky dig at Wolves after Arsenal grabbed a priceless last-gasp victory over the East Midlands club. The two sides were meeting for the second time in quick succession, after the Gunners won 1-0 at Molineux a fortnight ago. 3Alexandre Lacazette passionately celebrates Arsenal's late winnerCredit: AFP 3The Frenchman roars at the final whistleCredit: PA After that clash Ruben Neves slammed Arsenal's celebrations, saying: "We saw the way they celebrated the win and that shows the level we are. “I didn't see Arsenal celebrating like this in the past 10 years - it was like they won the league." After his wayward shot was flapped into the net by Jose Sa, Lacazette couldn't resist taking a pop at Neves and Co. The Frenchman, 30, posted pictures of his wild celebrations alongside the message: "We believed until the last second ! "So proud of my team, the atmosphere was unreal tonight !! ????????How's that for a celebration ????????♣️❤️" Wolves had taken a tenth minute lead at the Emirates, when Hwang Hee-chan profited on Gabriel's poor back pass, skipping...
    ARSENAL star Eddie Nketiah is reportedly wanted by Brighton. And that could spark a swap deal involving highly-rated Gunners target Yves Bissouma, 24. 3Brighton are keen on Arsenal striker Eddie NketiahCredit: EPA 3Arsenal could use Nketiah to try and sign Yves BissoumaCredit: Rex Latest Brighton claims Graham Potter is targeting a move for Nketiah, 21, in order to prevent another season battling relegation. The likes of Danny Welbeck and Neil Maupay failed to hit the target regularly, forcing Brighton to scrap for their top-flight status for the entire campaign. Nketiah is facing a bleak future at the Emirates under Mikel Arteta, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette set to stay put. Fellow youngster Folarin Balogun has also signed a new deal under the premise of more first-team football. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game this summer  WIN £50,000 with Dream Team EurosDream Team Euros is HERE! The best fantasy football game to accompany Euro 2020 has arrived. And you can play absolutely FREE for your chance to win the £50,000 jackpot. CLICK HERE TO...
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Top Emirati official writes on Twitter that United Arab Emirates plans to send unmanned spacecraft to the moon in 2024. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    HECTOR BELLERIN, Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah are just three players that have made the transition from the Arsenal academy to the first team look easy. The Gunners also have the likes of Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock that are continuing to impress having graduated from Hale End. 9Arsenal academy graduates Hector Bellerin and Eddie Nketiah have impressed this seasonCredit: Guardian News & Media / Free to use by all titles in perpetuity under NMC agreement Mikel Arteta has followed in the footsteps of George Graham, Arsene Wenger and even Unai Emery in putting his faith in the club's young players. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   A number of Arsenal academy graduates have went on to become world class stars, others though have failed to live up to the hype. Here SunSport looks at seven Arsenal 'wonderkids' that ultimately failed to make the grade in North London. CHRIS WILLOCK Brother of Arsenal ace Joe, the 22-year-old was tipped for great success after chipping in with nine goals and nine assists in 40...
    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s supreme leader calls United Arab Emirates’ recognition of Israel ‘treason that will not last for long.’ Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Coronavirus — An aid plane with 11 metric tons of medical supplies has been dispatched to Azerbaijan from the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, as part of efforts to strengthen the capacity of the health sector in various countries to curb the spread of COVID-19, a disease that has already infected more than 8.9 million people worldwide and has killed at least 468,000. More than 11,000 medical professionals will be able to benefit from this help in their work to contain this pathogen; in the same way that health professionals in countries like Jordan, Colombia or the Dominican Republic have done, nations where the Gulf country has sent aid during the last week. Mohammed Ahmed Hamel al-Qubaisi, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Azerbaijan, noted that “relations between the United Arab Emirates and Azerbaijan are progressing significantly in many areas. This is based on the shared vision of the leaders of both countries to strengthen ties of friendship, understanding and mutual support on many regional and international issues of common interest. “ “Sending airplanes with medical...
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Perhaps nowhere is the world’s lack of flights due to the coronavirus pandemic more clearly felt than at Dubai International Airport, for years the world’s busiest for international travel. Its Terminal 3, which sees tens of millions pass through it each year, stood empty and quiet on Wednesday, the once-full departure board showing only seven flights for the sheikhdom’s long-haul carrier Emirates. Its cavernous walkways, typically chilled to near-Arctic levels - even with being on the Arabian Peninsula - felt warm and humid in parts as air conditioners worked at a slower pace. No water rushed down its fountains and some stores and restaurants stood closed. TOP STORIES Defund police movement divides Democrats, disrupts Biden VP derby Trump orders U.S. to develop polar ice-breaking fleet for Arctic, Antarctic Many fear that Vietnam could be the next target of a hostile takeover by China It is tough times for Dubai, which through Emirates succeeded in building a major tourist and shopping destination in this one-time pearl-diving village. Emirates has been laying off...
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Perhaps nowhere is the world’s lack of flights due to the coronavirus pandemic more clearly felt than at Dubai International Airport, for years the world’s busiest for international travel. Its Terminal 3, which sees tens of millions pass through it each year, stood empty and quiet on Wednesday, the once-full departure board showing only seven flights for the sheikhdom’s long-haul carrier Emirates. Its cavernous walkways, typically chilled to near-Arctic levels — even with being on the Arabian Peninsula — felt warm and humid in parts as air conditioners worked at a slower pace. No water rushed down its fountains and some stores and restaurants stood closed. It is tough times for Dubai, which through Emirates succeeded in building a major tourist and shopping destination in this one-time pearl-diving village. Emirates has been laying off staff, including in large groups this week. The carrier did not offer figures for how the layoffs affected its staffing. “Given the significant impact that the pandemic has had on our business, we simply cannot sustain excess...
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Dubai’s long-haul carrier Emirates said Sunday it fired an undisclosed number of employees as the coronavirus pandemic has halted global aviation, becoming the latest Mideast airline to shed staff over the outbreak. Emirates, the jewel of the sheikhdom’s vast array of state-link enterprises known as “Dubai Inc.” to diplomats and investors, declined to offer figures on how many staff it fired. “We have endeavored to sustain the current family as is … but have come to the conclusion that we unfortunately have to say goodbye to a few of the wonderful people that worked with us,” the airline said in a statement. The carrier said it would treat fired staff “with fairness and respect,” without elaborating. Emirates had been the sole holdout among the Gulf’s two other major East-West carriers on retaining staff. Previously, Abu Dhabi-based Etihad and Doha-based Qatar Airways similarly fired staff as countries shut down their airspace as the virus spread. While the airlines have run repatriation and cargo flights as traffic slowly picks up, the losses have...
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