Saudi Arabia, Iran hopes for OPEC oil deal in Algeria


Saudi Arabia and Iran on Tuesday dashed hopes that OPEC oil producers could clinch an output-limiting deal in Algeria this week due to their utterances, a report says.

The report quoted Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister, Khalid al-Falih, as telling reporters in Algiers that “this is a consultative meeting. We will consult with everyone else, we will hear the views, we will hear the secretariat of OPEC and also hear from consumers.”

Also, Iranian Oil Minister, Bijan Zanganeh, said “it is not the time for decision-making,” referring to the next formal OPEC meeting in Vienna on Nov. 30.

‘He added that “we will try to reach agreement for November.”

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Of course, you know your business too well and you can write something about it. But there are essential elements that quality content must have to make it best for web use – and you also have to think about search engine optimization because this is important in articles for website.

To write quality web content, you have to:

1) Realize that online readers don’t read everything.

It’s like reading the newspaper at first glance, you go to the headlines, the highlights, important news before going into the details.


Rio Paralympics: Saudi power-lifter gets 8-year drugs ban


Saudi Arabian power-lifter Mashal Alkhazai has been suspended for eight years following the second positive drugs test of his career

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Burkina Faso footballer dies during French Cup match

Derme Ben Idrissa (Bastia) Football amateur CFA Paris Saint Germain B- CA Bastia  le Dimanche 4 septembre 2011  Stade Georges Lefèvre aux camp des loges saint germain en Laye ©LMP/William Morice ©LMP/William Morice (MaxPPP TagID: maxsportsworld215275.jpg) [Photo via MaxPPP]

Former Burkina Faso international, Ben Idrissa Derme, on Monday died during a French Cup tie involving his team, amateur side AJ Biguglia.

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How to transfer data from old iPhone to iPhone 7


Now that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are officially available for pre-order, you may be tempted to ditch your existing model for a shiny new one.

Before you upgrade, however, you’ll likely want to migrate all of your info from the old iPhone to the iPhone 7. This includes apps and games, media (such as music, movies, TV shows, ebooks), podcasts, health and fitness data, and settings.

Fortunately, you’ve got a couple of options on how to pull this off.

Using iTunes

Connect your existing iPhone to your PC or Mac via a USB cable, and if iTunes doesn’t launch automatically, click the icon to open the app.

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Serena Williams stunned by Karolina Pliskova in U.S. Open semifinals

NEW YORK — Was at it nerves? A bad left  knee? An opponent playing her best in the biggest match of her career?

For Serena Williams, it could have been any of those reasons — or all — but none of those changed the fact that Thursday night at the U.S Open, the world No. 1 lost for the second straight year here in the semifinals, just two matches from history.

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North Korea conducts fifth and largest nuclear test, drawing broad condemnation

North Korea conducted its fifth and biggest nuclear test on Friday and said it had mastered the ability to mount a warhead on a ballistic missile, ratcheting up a threat that its rivals and the United Nations have been powerless to contain.

The blast, on the 68th anniversary of North Korea’s founding, was more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, according to some e Continue reading “North Korea conducts fifth and largest nuclear test, drawing broad condemnation”

Clinton Says Trump’s Putin praise ‘scary’


Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump’s praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin over President Obama, his “trash” talking of American generals and proposal to “steal” Iraq’s oil prove he’s temperamentally unfit and unqualified to serve as commander in chief.

In a news conference with reporters in White Plains, N.Y., Thursday morning, Clinton said Trump has taken “the astonishing step of suggesting he prefers the Russian president to our American president.”

“That is not just unpatriotic and insulting to the people of our country as well as our commander in chief,” said Clinton. “It is scary because it Continue reading “Clinton Says Trump’s Putin praise ‘scary’”

Atlanta 1996 Olympics e-book set for launch

Football website, Nigeria, and the University of Sussex will on Thursday, September 8, 2016, launch an e-book in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Nigeria’s victory in the men’s football event of the 1996 Olympic Games.

The e-book with title, “Nigeria’s Olympics: Sports and National Development” is a collection of essays from the #WritingGamesNG essay competition that took place in August and is co-edited by Lolade Adewuyi and Tosin Adebisi.

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Top Ten Most Peaceful Countries in the World


The world has been turning into a dangerous place every year since 2008, according to the Global Peace Index (GPI). A lot of countries unfortunately become victims of terrorist activities and external conflicts among the countries. In spite of all this, there are also many peaceful countries in the world. Though these countries may not be perfect, they are guaranteed safe and beautiful places to live in. According to the Global Peace Index, here are ten most peaceful countries in the world. Find out if yours is on the list



A lot of factors lead Iceland to be recognized as one of the most peaceful country in the world. The country successfully overcame its banking crisis of 2008-11 and became one of the most progressive countries with a literacy rate of 100 percent. The level of literacy and tolerance is quite high among the citizens which highly promote the low violence and crime rate. Iceland also has low military expenditures. The natural attractions include volcanoes, glaciers and landscapes that woo tourists from all over the world. Icelanders are also recognized as the happiest and the healthiest nations on earth and the level of content within the population is also very high.

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