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Bombing of military bus jolts Damascus

The two roadside bombs that detonated under a bridge in a busy hub of the Syrian capital Damascus on Wednesday killed at least 14 people. It’s a sign that despite the Assad government’s recent efforts to normalize relations abroad, Syria’s civil war is not over. The World’s Marco Werman talks with Amr Al-Azm, a professor of Middle East history in Doha, Qatar.
MIDDLE EAST
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QSC opens MEA office in Dubai

QSC has announced that it has opened a Middle East/Africa regional office in Dubai, UAE, serving as the business development and training hub for the Middle East and Africa. The office will also manage the distribution of QSC’s product portfolio to support various verticals including corporate, higher education, live entertainment and cinema.
BUSINESS
ExecutiveBiz

L3Harris to Provide Middle East Customer With Integrated ISR Products

L3Harris Technologies will deliver intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance products to a Middle East customer under a recent $23 million foreign military sales order. The company said Monday it will provide the Integrated Tactical Area Communications Systems, ROVER transceivers, Falcon tactical radios and Hawkeye III very-small-aperture terminals, which will all be integrated into the customer’s deployed systems.
SOFTWARE
breakingtravelnews.com

Boeing predicts rebound in Middle East aviation

Boeing has found that airlines in the Middle East will require 3,000 new airplanes valued at $700 billion over the next two decades. That is added to aftermarket services, such as maintenance and repair, worth $740 billion. The manufacturer said the region is positioned to capitalise on the recovery of...
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
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Boeing forecasts 20-year Middle East commercial jet and services market valued at more than $1.4 trillion

Commercial fleet expected to more than double to serve passenger and cargo demand. Boeing said that airlines in the Middle East will require 3,000 new airplanes valued at $700 billion and aftermarket services such as maintenance and repair worth $740 billion, with the region positioned to capitalize on the recovery of regional and international travel and cargo demand. Boeing provided the estimate in its 2021 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO), a forecast of 20-year demand for commercial airplanes and services.
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
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Newcastle urges fans to not to wear 'Middle East-inspired head coverings' at matches

Newcastle have asked fans celebrating the club's Saudi-backed takeover not to wear Arab-style clothing for matches in case it causes offence to others. Dozens of supporters donned home-made head-dresses for the Public Investment Fund's first game in charge against Tottenham at St James Park on Sunday, creating a spectacle that dismayed anti-racism group Kick It Out and influential FA figures.
PREMIER LEAGUE
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Newcastle United supporters asked not to wear head coverings by new owners

Newcastle United have asked supporters to "refrain from wearing traditional Arabic clothing or Middle East-inspired head coverings at matches," after sections of the fanbase dressed in such fashion to celebrate the Saudi-backed takeover for the clash with Tottenham Hotspur. St James' Park was rocking prior to kick off on Sunday...
PREMIER LEAGUE
Grand Island Independent

Kearney area soliders part of Chadron’s 1057th company deployed to Middle East

KEARNEY — Chadron’s 1057th Military Police Company, with detachments in Scottsbluff and Kearney, were deployed Friday to the Middle East. Of the 65 soldiers deploying, about 34 are either assigned to the Kearney unit or from the Kearney area, including Sara Graham, who is from Holdrege where she is a sergeant with the Holdrege Police Department, and Darius Flessner, who is from Ravenna.
KEARNEY, NE
buzinessbytes.com

Middle East expert Donald Blome is new US Ambassador to Pakistan

New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANS) United States President Joe Biden is nominating Donald Armin Blome, an expert on Middle East affairs, as the new Ambassador to Pakistan, Dawn reported. Donald Armin Blome, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service belonging to the class of minister-counsellor, is currently the US...
FOREIGN POLICY
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ASCOTT VOTED LEADING SERVICED APARTMENT BRAND FOR ASIA, MIDDLE EAST AND OCEANIA AT WORLD TRAVEL AWARDS 2021

Wins the most number of awards amongst serviced residence players with 17 accolades across the regions. CapitaLand Investment's wholly owned lodging business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has received the top honour of 'Leading Serviced Apartment Brand' in Asia, Middle East and Oceania at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2021. Ascott is the biggest winner with a total of 17[1] accolades across the regions, the most number of awards amongst serviced apartment companies. Ascott achieved these top recognitions in Asia and Middle East for the sixth straight year and in Oceania for the second consecutive year.
LIFESTYLE
jhalak.com

No progress made towards two-state solution, says UN Middle East envoy

UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Tor Wennesland told the Security Council that no progress has been made towards the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Political stagnation is "fueling tensions, instability and a deepening sense of hopelessness," Wennesland said on Tuesday. "We should have no illusions...
WORLD
runningafrica.com

IMF more upbeat on growth opportunities in Middle East & North Africa

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has become more optimistic on the Middle East and North Africa’s economic growth prospects this year and the following as different parts of the region observe varying degrees of recovery. It is to be noted that IMF recently stated that the worldwide economic recovery had...
BUSINESS
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