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Tom Barrack can return to work, after a judge agreed to ease some of the restrictions on his movement and financial dealings. Barrack, the businessman accused of acting as an unregistered agent of the United Arab Emirates, won a modification of his $250 million bail in an order made public on Monday. He had asked that some of the conditions of his bail be lifted so he could do business and ...

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Oct. 18—Milad-un-Nabi or Eid-e-Milad is celebrated on the occasion of the birthday of the Prophet of Islam, Hazrat Mohammad Saheb. The festival is observed by many Muslims from the Sufi or the Barelvi school of thought. It is also known as Un-Nabi by the name of E-Milad, Nabi Day, Mohammad's birthday or the Prophet's birthday. First celebrated as an official festival in Egypt, the celebrations ...

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Oct. 17—NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Like a lot of music clubs here, you can walk up four flights of stairs. The ground floor is one band with one vibe, the second and the third, each their own. And the top floor is the rooftop patio. At one of them on Saturday, there was a DJ spinning hip-hop under a bright late afternoon sun and 150 or so people dancing and drinking, overlooking Broadway, the Music ...

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Oct. 17—Port of Oakland After suffering gridlock earlier this summer, Port of Oakland is back to having ships unloading on time after more dock workers are hired, even as congestion and delays continue in LA and Long Beach. Gabe Morales Umpire and Santa Clara native ends San Francisco Giants' playoff hopes by incorrectly calling strike three on a check-swing by first baseman Wilmer Flores, ...

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Lt. Col. Jake Helgestad bolted awake from a dead sleep. It was 11:17 p.m. on Aug. 12, and someone was knocking at his trailer door in Camp Buehring, Kuwait. "Sir, we have to be in Afghanistan in 24 hours," a soldier told the commander of the Minnesota National Guard's 1st Combined Arms Battalion, 194th Armor Regiment, based in Brainerd. Helgestad rubbed sleep from his eyes: "What?" For weeks, ...

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Oct. 16—DUBAI — Etisalat will maintain its leadership position in the telecom industry with an unwavering commitment to key strategic priorities to enable a future driven by digital innovation across its operations in key markets, its top official says. Hatem Dowidar, Group CEO of Etisalat, said the Abu Dhabi-based telecom group operates across 16 markets in Middle East, Asia and Africa in ...

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Oct. 15—DUBAI — Technology leader in energy transmission, Hitachi Energy — formerly known as ABB Power Grids — is committed to advancing a sustainable energy future in the UAE and the region, said the company's Global CEO, Claudio Facchin. The global brand was lead in a consortium that has been awarded a major contract from the Saudi Electricity Company and the Egyptian Electricity ...

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Berlin — Formula One on Friday has revealed the provisional calendar for the 2022 season as it once again attempts to stage a record 23 races in a yearDateGrand PrixLocationTrackMarch 20BahrainSakhirBahrain International CircuitMarch 27Saudi ArabiaJeddahJeddah Street CircuitApril 10AustraliaMelbourneAlbert Park Grand Prix CircuitApril 24ItalyImola* Autodromo Enzo e Dino FerrariMay 8 ...

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Oct. 15—Chicago could become the central hub of a high-speed rail network for the Midwest, the starting point for four major passenger rail corridors, or "pillars," with trains rolling out at over 125 miles per hour to St. Paul, St. Louis, Indianapolis and Detroit. Chief among those pillars would be the Twin Cities, which would connect to the Windy City through some 24 high-speed trains per ...

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London — Newcastle United have confirmed Steve Bruce will be in charge of the team in the Premier League against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.There has been intense speculation over Bruce’s future at St James’ Park since the completion of a Saudi-led takeover of the club last week.But the Magpies said on Friday the 60-year-old would be in the dugout in what will be his 1,000th game as a ...