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Rotana one of the leading hotel management companies in the region with hotels across the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, took part in the 9th edition of ‘Walk for Education’ 2018 campaign organized and led by Dubai Cares, on 16th February in support of the ‘Year of Zayed’.  Nearly 300 Rotana
McGraw-Hill Education appoints Obeikan Education as its exclusive distributor in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Jeddah Gulf Education Conference Countdown Now Underway Canadian Specialist Hospital supports Dubai Charity Association to provide humanitarian aid 
Tony Dearsley was left stunned when he was told he could keep his lifetime pet cover – but only if he was prepared to pay an annual premium three times higher than the year before, a massive £7,410.
ANALYSIS-As mining investors push caution, Glencore... As mining investors push caution, Glencore differs from... UK insurer Lancashire forecasts tough 2018 as loss hits... 
Being newly qualified or near retirement can make you a ‘mortgage misfit’...but don’t worry, the good news is that there are lenders prepared to take on borrowers who are not quite the norm.
How to get a personal loan from AlexBank East Bengal's late own goal against Gokulam Kerala ruins hopes of I-League title Pakistan takes USD 500 million loan from China 

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Joaquin Phoenix, 43, and Rooney Mara, 32, seem to be completely inseparable, as the couple were spotted shopping together on Saturday at a mall in Sherman Oaks, California.
Phoenix beat Glory in A-League thriller Kate Mara and husband Jamie Bell stroll through LAX Utah man proposes to girlfriend in cop car  
Mabruk Jarrar, 39, was savagely mauled by an Israeli military dog in a raid on his home in the West Bank. While the Israeli authorities insist this was an isolated incident, reports on the ground seem to suggest otherwise. Read Full Article at RT.com
Four Israeli soldiers injured, two seriously, in border blast Israeli tank fires into Gaza after blast near soldiers The need for a Palestinian history from below 
Increased use of public wifi and a rise in ransomware attacks saw Australians lose more than $100 million dollars over 2017’ with the trend seeming to continue into 2018.
Scandal enthrals, and appals, Australians 

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