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    World Cup recap, Day 10: US defeats Iran, England wallop Wales

    And it was Senegal who also booked a place in the Round of 16 with a thrilling 2-1 win over Ecuador, which saw the African team finish second in Group A with six points from their three matches and the South American side, with four points, exiting the tournament. Here is a quick guide recapping all you need to know from day 10 – Tuesday, November 29 – of the Qatar World Cup 2022.

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    World Cup 2022: A brief history of US-Iran relations

    Iranian students who supported the Islamic Revolution took over the US embassy in Tehran in late 1979, taking 52 American diplomats and citizens hostage for 444 days. In April 1980, then-US President Jimmy Carter cut Washington’s diplomatic ties with Tehran during the hostage crisis, and relations have not been restored since. The animosity between Washington and Tehran worsened in 1980 as the Iran-Iraq war broke out; the US covertly supported Baghdad in the conflict, which would go on for eight

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    Qatar Creates, CR Runway announce fashion show at FIFA World Cup

    Tuesday, Nov. 29: Rae Sremmurd, Dabous and Laymoon will take to the turntables at the ARAVIA festival, while the Arcadia festival will host Gorgon City, Argy, Jonas Saalbach, Alfa Romero, Citizen Kain, Vidal Rodriguez, ATB, Nervo, Burak Yeter, Ferry Corsten, Cedric Gervais, Martin Jensen, Burak Yeter and Mark Knight. British DJ Pete Tong will meet his fans at Bud World Club, while Canadian singer Nora Fatehi will perform at the FIFA Fan Festival.

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    Stowaways travel from Nigeria to Canary Islands on ship's rudder

    Three stowaways travelling for 11 days on a ship’s rudder were rescued by the Spanish coastguard and hospitalised in the Canary Islands, Spanish authorities have said. The large ship had departed from Lagos, Nigeria on November 17, according to ship-tracking website Marine Traffic, and the men were rescued on Monday. Found on the Alithini II oil tanker at the Las Palmas port, the men appeared to have symptoms of dehydration and hypothermia and were transferred to hospitals on the island for medi

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    King Salman International Airport masterplan announced by Crown Prince

    RIYADH: Reflecting Abu Dhabi’s robust performance and the ability of the economy to sustain growth despite global economic challenges, data released by the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi, shows expansion of the emirate’s gross domestic product in the first half of 2022 to 11.2 percent compared to the same period last year. The quarterly GDP growth rate reached its highest value in six years during the second quarter of 2022 when it hit 11.7 percent compared to the same quarter last year, accordin

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    How the EU can help save Indigenous lives and the Amazon

    Rainforests and their Indigenous communities face the same menace around the world. Deforestation, mining, and oil extraction, among others, in rainforests not only devastate nature but also end lives. The rise in demand for products that feed into European markets is breeding more and more violence against Indigenous people, most of which does not make it to the news.

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    Pakistan FM holds talks with Taliban amid border tensions

    Pakistan says the TTP finds safe haven in Afghanistan – a charge denied by the Taliban, which has been facilitating peace talks between the Pakistan Taliban and the Pakistan government. Bilateral issues’ It was not clear whether security was discussed at the meeting between Khar and Mutaqqi – the first high-level Pakistani delegation to visit Kabul since Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif took office in April. Former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi visited Kabul last October.