Saturday, 13 Aug 2022

Category: Legal

Bob Baffert Won’t Be At the Kentucky Derby, But Racing Still Can’t Shake Him

Published by Sports Illustrated By Pat Forde One of the most successful—and now controversial—trainers received a stark message: No one is bigger than Churchill Downs. But his presence still looms. Barn 33 was ghostly quiet nine days before the 148th Kentucky Derby, nothing but naked lightbulbs and empty stalls. There were two pairs of shoes […]

Executions, detentions hang over Saudi legal reforms

Published by Al-Araby Saudi Arabia is pushing to revamp its harsh justice system but reforms are overshadowed by executions and tough treatment of dissidents, raising questions about how much will change. The kingdom is known for its strict interpretation of Islamic sharia law, which forms the basis of its judicial system. But in recent months […]

Factbox-Who is still buying Russian crude oil

Published by Reuters UK (Reuters) – Australia, Britain, Canada and the United States have imposed outright bans on Russian oil purchases following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, but the European Union remains divided. So far, the bloc’s 27 members have been unable to agree on an embargo, with Germany warning against hasty steps that could push […]

Justice Minister inaugurates “Virtual Enforcement Court”

Riyadh– Minister of Justice Dr. Walid bin Mohammed Al-Samaani inaugurated today the “Virtual Enforcement Court”, which shortens the litigation procedures from 12 steps to only two steps, without human intervention starting from the submission of the a…

Arab-Africa Trade Bridges (AATB) Board of Governors Meeting Concludes with Way Forward to Drive Trade and Investment Flows

Published by TDPel Media The 3rd Annual Board of Governors (BoG) Meeting of the Arab-Africa Trade Bridges (AATB) Program recently held in Cairo, Egypt, chaired by Dr. Hala ElSaid, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, convened all partners, strategic stakeholders, and public and private sector players in the Program to reinforce the role of regional […]

Factbox – Who is still buying Russian crude oil

Published by Reuters UK (Reuters) – Australia, Britain, Canada and the United States have imposed outright bans on Russian oil purchases, and the European Union plans to discuss such a ban this week, sending global oil prices higher. The 27-member EU bloc is divided over whether to impose a ban that can affect about 27% […]