Tunisia's Anas Jaber in the semi-finals of the Kremlin Cup

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Tunisian tennis player Anas Gaber, who plays in the Russian Kremlin Cup, one of the courses of the Primer tennis tournament, beat eighth-seeded Annette Contavet of Estonia 7-5, 6-1 in the quarter-finals.

Jaber scored the best in her career after beating third-seeded Sloan Stevens in the world's eighth and eighth round after being knocked out by Russian Ekaterina Makarova in the first round.

Jaber, 24, said after her victory  "I have nothing to lose ... because I do not inform the final and the ceremonies here in Moscow."

Seasoned Indoor Sky Divers to Gather At Inflight Dubai for a First-Of-Its-Kind Indoor Skydiving

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, VISI-ON.TOP, (AETOSWire): In a bid to put smiles on the faces of orphans, a group of seasoned indoor sky divers will come together for a one-of-a-kind aerobatic production that aims to make difference to the lives of these children.

To be hosted by Inflight Dubai, on the 24th of November 2018, the event will be attended by HE.  Sheikh  Abdulaziz Al Nuaimi,; and several other VIPs and dignitaries.

After the rape charge EA Sports delete Ronaldo from "FIFA 19"

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- According to a report from the Spanish newspaper AS, Spanish sports news agency Aa Sports has removed the image of Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo from the cover of FIFA 19 on its website.

"We have followed the reports on allegations against Cristiano Ronaldo, we watch the situation closely and expect athletes and our brand ambassadors to deal with themselves in a manner consistent with the values ​​of the company," the newspaper added.

Armed robbery against Polish international striker Arcadioch Milik - star of Italian Naples

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:Polish international striker Arcadioch Milik, the Italian star of Napoli, was robbed during his return home after Liverpool beat Liverpool in the Champions League.

Milik, 24, was driving toward his home in Varkatoro, 20 km south of Naples, when a big bicycle intercepted his way. Two armed men attacked him, put a gun on his head and threatened to kill him. He ordered him to give up his luxury Rolex watch worth about 7,000 euros Thousands of US dollars) before disappearing into the countryside.

The death of former Egyptian player Safwat Abdel Halim

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Former Egyptian national team player Safwat Abdel Halim died at the age of 67 when he was burned inside his apartment in Heliopolis.

Safwat died suffocating inside the apartment because of smoke from the fire, and could not escape the fire, as he is paralyzed and lives on a wheelchair, and he lives alone in the apartment, which led to the fire and suffered severe burns and the impact on the last breath.

Cristiano Ronaldo faces charge of US rape Katherine Mayorga

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Katherine Mayorga said Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo raped her in 2009, meeting at a Las Vegas nightclub, spending time together, inviting her to his suite, and claiming to have offered her a sexual relationship.

Catherine Mayorga added:After refusing his request to withdraw her to the room and raping her.

Promised him with receiving of the conquerors, Turki al-Sheikh rejects the penalties of (CAF) on Murtada Mansour

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Vision News), Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority for Sport in Saudi Arabia, Turki Al-Sheikh announced his support for the adviser Mortada Mansour in the recent crisis, stressing that he will telephone by FIFA President Gianni Infantino and the President of the African Union Ahmed Ahmed.

Turki Al-Sheikh rejected CAF's penalties, announcing that the response would be in the appearance of the reception of Advisor Mortada in Riyadh on October 6th.

From Paris, tennis player Fatima Al Nabhani launches a distress call

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Vision News) International tennis player Fatima Al-Nabhani has posted a video on Twitter complaining of racist treatment because she is Arab and Muslim.

Al-Nabhani explained how she was treated racially by the champions of a tournament in France, which forced her to withdraw.

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