Egyptian news vision: - The soccer legend, Argentine Diego Maradona, died at the age of 60, just two weeks after leaving the hospital, of a heart attack.
Maradona was discharged from hospital on November 11, 2020, after undergoing emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot, and he was staying in a home near his older daughter.
Egyptian news vision: - In the same way that the late Egyptian President Muhammad Anwar Sadat won the Nobel Peace Prize equally with the Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin in 1978 after the Camp David Accord between Egypt and Israel following the October 1973 War, Lord David Trumpel nominated Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister, were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, after signing the historic peace treaty between the two countries.
Egyptian news vision: - An attempted storm took place at the headquarters of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, with a car with angry phrases written on both sides, and it crashed into the gate.
Egyptian news vision: - The First Investigating Judge in Mount Lebanon issued an indictment against Dr. Fadi Al-Hashemi, the husband of the Lebanese star Nancy Ajram, guilty of the felony of murder, with a sentence of 15-20 years, and the file was referred to the Criminal Court.
Egyptian news vision: - The Lebanese actress, Myriam Klink, returned to stirring up controversy with the video clip "Houto", facing a storm of criticism, whether for the video or for the words that carry sexual impulses.
Abu Dhabi, 25 November 2020: Yas Creative Hub, the home for Abu Dhabi’s media, gaming & entertainment sector, will open its doors with a diverse group of global companies, SMEs and freelance professionals in Q4 next year, twofour54 Abu Dhabi announced as it revealed fresh details and images of this game-changing destination.
Egyptian news vision: - The South Korean group, Hyundai Motor, will provide the latest in AI comfort and safety for every new consumer of its cars.
Each Hyundai, Kia and Genesis model will be equipped with infotainment systems supported by the American chip maker Nvidia, starting in 2022.