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Janet Jackson welcomes first child at 50

Singer Janet Jackson and her husband Wissam Al Mana welcomed their first child on Tuesday, January 3. “Janet Jackson and husband Wissam Al Mana are thrilled to welcome their new son Eissa Al Mana into the world,” her rep confirmed to PEOPLE. Janet Jackson proudly showed off her baby bump ...

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Fielding mishaps leave Arthur frustrated

Younis Khan on Thursday became the first player in the history of Test cricket to score centuries in 11 countries, including the United Arab Emirates. The veteran batsman smashed his 34th century at the Sydney Cricket Ground on a rain-affected third day of the third Test against Australia, tying him ...

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Fielding mishaps leave Arthur frustrated

SYDNEY: Pakistan’s woes in the third Test against Australia have been many and varied but nothing has frustrated coach Mickey Arthur more than the fielding mishaps that have peppered the first two days. Arthur was pictured with his head in his hands after one of the many, sometimes almost farcical, ...

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Israel sentences UN employee to jail over alleged aid to Hamas

The Israeli regime has sentenced a Palestinian UN worker to seven months in prison for his alleged assistance to the Gaza-based Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas. Lea Tsemel, the lawyer representing Waheed Borsh, said on Wednesday that her client was convicted of “rendering services to an illegal organization without intention.” Borsh, an engineer ...

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Thousands of Chinese construction workers headed for Israel

Beijing and Tel Aviv have agreed on the dispatch of thousands of Chinese construction workers to Israel in an attempt to alleviate the regime’s “housing crisis.” According to a joint statement released by Israel’s finance and interior ministries on Wednesday, based on the deal, expected to be officially signed by ...

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Palestine: Israeli manslaughter conviction a show trial

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has slammed an Israeli court for what it referred to as the unfair conviction of an Israeli soldier who shot and killed a wounded Palestinian. Earlier on Wednesday, Sergeant Elor Azaria was convicted of manslaughter in an Israeli court for shooting an already incapacitated Palestinian, Abed al-Fatah al-Sharif, in ...

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