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In 2020, Ralph Lauren launched initiatives to expand its “collegiate sensibility,” which first resulted in a 2022 collaboration with Morehouse and Spelman Colleges incorporating the traditions and styles of historically Black colleges and universities. “Ralph Lauren has always been inspired by the people, art and cultures that make up America,” wrote David Lauren, son of founder Ralph and the company’s chief branding and innovation officer, in an email to CNN. Courtesy Ralph LaurenThe designer, activist and TikTok-famous skateboarder enthusiastically “reimagined” signature Ralph Lauren silhouettes, like the Great Ranch Coat, an outerwear piece she’d admired for years. “So it was just me, weaving exactly how they would, just true to their own style.”"Heritage and tradition are at the center of everything I love," said Ralph Lauren in a statement. Ryan RedCorn/Courtesy Ralph LaurenGlasses' collection features 32 pieces total, in colors "inspired by her homeland on Navajo Nation," the brand said.
Persons: Ralph Lauren’s, “ It’s, Ralph Lauren polos, nava, , , Ralph Lauren, ’ ”, Ryan RedCorn, Ralph Lauren “, Tyler Sr, , Gabriella Hearst, Jai Al, “ Ralph Lauren, David Lauren, Ralph, America —, Glasses, I’m, Ralph Lauren Glasses, Piki Wadsworth, Ralph Lauren flagships, Osage multihyphenate, , Daryn, “ Ryan, Ralph Lauren's, Ralph Lauren That’s, Phillip Bread, Mato Mayuhi, Tyler Organizations: CNN, New, Futures, Morehouse, Spelman Colleges Locations: Rock Point , Arizona, Navajo, New York City, Oxford, America, concho, Saltillo, White, Phoenix, lensed
Dubai penthouse sells for record $136 million
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( Jacopo Prisco | )   time to read: +6 min
CNN —A five-bedroom penthouse covering almost 22,000 square feet has sold in Dubai for 500 million UAE dirhams — just over $136 million — setting a new record for one of the world’s busiest luxury real estate markets. Record salesThe previous record for a penthouse sale in Dubai dates back just a few months, when an apartment occupying the top floor of the Marsa Al Arab Hotel sold for 420 million UAE dirhams (about $114 million). According to Provident Estate, the penthouse at Como Residences is the third most expensive in the world, after Penthouse D at One Hyde Park in London, priced at $237 million, and the Odeon Tower Penthouse in Monaco, priced at $440 million. Shutterstock Palm Jumeirah also boasts the first monorail in the Middle East, which opened in April 2009, and connects the Palm to Dubai's mainland. But when it comes to the asking price for a penthouse, the view is one of the key drivers.
Persons: CNN —, Nahkeel, Karim Sahib, Giuseppe Cacace, Shutterstock, Kamran Jebreili, , Chris Boswell, he’s, ” Boswell, , it’s Organizations: CNN, UAE dirhams —, Jumeirah, Provident Estate, Marsa Al Arab, UAE, Como Residences, Penthouse, Dubai Marina, Getty, Burj Locations: Dubai, Como, Marsa, Hyde, London, Monaco, Burj Al Arab, Burj, Eastern Europe, Dubai's, Nakheel, AFP, Karim, Burj Al, United States, Italy, France
Video and witness accounts indicate there have been multiple strikes in the area of Deir al-Balah in central Gaza on Tuesday, with many casualties being taken to the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital. In one video, a blanket appears to be covering a dead body as people at the scene prepare to move the body. "Al Aqsa Martyrs Hospital is the only hospital in the central area and cannot accommodate such a large number of people, especially considering that massacres against our people are still ongoing," he said. "There is a major crisis, particularly because we do not have enough beds, especially in the overcrowded emergency room." Another video filmed in Deir al-Balah shows a Palestine Red Crescent Society ambulance fleeing the scene of nearby artillery fire, according to the aid agency.
Persons: Khalil Al Daqran, Al Daqran Organizations: Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, CNN, Al, Al Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, Red Crescent Society Locations: Deir, Gaza, Aqsa, Deir al, Al Aqsa, Deir Al, Egypt, Rafah
The situation at the Kamal Adwan hospital in northern Gaza is deteriorating as Israeli troops advance toward the facility, according to journalists in the complex speaking to CNN Tuesday. In an audio message sent from the hospital, journalist Mahmoud Al-Sabbah said the facility was surrounded. Another journalist at the hospital, Anas Al-Sharif, told CNN “the situation is very difficult.”He said there was artillery fire and airstrikes within the immediate vicinity. “The entire medical system has collapsed inside the hospital, and whoever gets injured ends as a martyr inside the hospital,” Al Sharif said. CNN cannot verify the number of casualties at the hospital, where an unknown number of displaced civilians are also taking shelter.
Persons: Kamal, Mahmoud Al, Sabbah, ” Al, Anas Al, Sharif, ” Al Sharif, Yoav Gallant, Kamal Adwan Organizations: CNN, Israeli, Israel Defense Forces Locations: Gaza, Gaza City
Beneath Gaza, a labyrinth of tunnels used by Hamas has complicated Israel’s ground offensive in the Palestinian enclave. WSJ’s Rory Jones—who visited the tunnels in 2014—explains the unique challenge they pose for Israel. Photo: Yousef Mohammed/Zuma PressWASHINGTON—Israel has assembled a system of large pumps it could use to flood Hamas’s vast network of tunnels under the Gaza Strip with seawater, a tactic that could destroy the tunnels and drive the fighters from their underground refuge but also threaten Gaza’s water supply, U.S. officials said. The Israel Defense Forces finished assembling large seawater pumps roughly one mile north of the Al-Shati refugee camp around the middle of last month. Each of at least five pumps can draw water from the Mediterranean Sea and move thousands of cubic meters of water per hour into the tunnels, flooding them within weeks.
Persons: Rory Jones —, , Yousef Mohammed Organizations: Zuma Press WASHINGTON, Israel Defense Forces Locations: Gaza, Israel
More than 40,900 people in Gaza have been wounded in by Israeli bombardments, according to her ministry. "If the pace at which the (Israeli) forces are going continues, the health sector may collapse completely," said al-Kaila. She referred to the "disastrous" state of health services in Gaza, remarks similar to those by a World Health Organization official in the besieged enclave earlier in the day. Gaza health officials have recorded as many cases of severe diarrhoea among children as had been recorded among children in the enclave in all of 2020 and 2021 combined, she said. In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, where violence has surged since the Gaza war erupted, 260 Palestinians have been killed and 3,200 injured since Oct. 7, Al-Kaila said.
Persons: Khan Younis, Nasser, Mai al, Kaila, Ali Sawafta, Maggie Fick, Edmund Blair, Andrew Heavens, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: Hamas, West Bank, Health, Civil Defence, World Health Organization, Thomson Locations: Israel, Palestinian, Gaza, RAMALLAH, West, Ramallah, Al
Israel has been intensifying its aerial bombardment of southern Gaza in pursuit of Palestinian militant group Hamas and said over the weekend that it will expand ground operations to the whole of the territory. United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Monday appealed to the IDF to spare civilians from more suffering. Scores of wounded people could be seen being taken from rubble and to hospitals in southern Gaza throughout Monday in footage. “They told us to leave Gaza, there’s a war in Gaza, so we left (the north) and came here to the south just like they asked. The Hamas-controlled Ministry of Health in Gaza also accused the Israeli military of targeting Kamal Adwan hospital in a statement late Monday.
Persons: , Martin Griffiths, , General Antonio Guterres, Jonathan Conricus, Khan Younis, we’ve, ” Ibrahim Esbeitan, Salah Al, Mohammed Salem, Philippe Lazzarini, Lazzarini, Nasser Hospital, James Elder, ” Elder, Kamal Adwan, Anas Al, Sharif, CNN’s Tamar Michaelis, Lauren Kent, Lina El Wardani, Abeer Salman, Kareem Khadder Organizations: CNN, United, , Hamas, . United Nations, UN, Israel Defense Forces, Reuters, Nasser Hospital, United Nations Relief, Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, US Administration, Health, World Health Organization, WHO, Nasser, UNICEF, of Health, IDF Locations: United Nations, Gaza, Israel, , Khan, there’s, Rafah, Egypt, Territories, Kamal
Royal Hashemite Court/Handout via Reuters Acquire Licensing RightsAMMAN, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Jordan's King Abdullah said on Tuesday the world should condemn any attempt by Israel to create conditions that would forcibly displace Palestinians within the war-devastated Gaza Strip or outside its borders. UNRWA officials say only a trickle of the aid the enclave needs is getting through the Rafah border crossing with Egypt which NGOs and officials say can only handle a fraction of the needs. King Abdullah told Christodoulides there would be dangerous consequences from any attempt to forcibly push Palestinians en masse from their land while it maintained security control, officials said. It could create circumstances that could encourage Israel to forcibly push tens of thousands of Palestians across the Jordan River. Officials say the forcible expulsion of Palestinians would amount to a declaration of war and prompt Jordan to suspend its peace treaty with Israel.
Persons: King Abdullah II, Crown Prince Hussein, Nikos Christodoulides, King Abdullah, Abdullah, Israel, Christodoulides, Jordan, Amman, Israel's, Sufain Qudah, Suleiman Al, Khalidi, Alex Richardson, Angus MacSwan Organizations: Crown, Cyprus, Royal Hashemite, Reuters Acquire, Rights, Cypriot, Western, West Bank, Foreign Ministry, Thomson Locations: Amman, Jordan, Israel, Gaza, Rafah, Egypt, East Jerusalem
CNN —As someone who’s been reporting on the climate crisis for more than a decade, I can say that the most insidious threat to climate action isn’t denial or apathy. That’s tragic, especially in light of the long and frustrating history of fossil fuel interests injecting doubt into policy conversations about the climate crisis. The broad strokes of climate science have been well understood for several decades now. The fallout of that doubt still haunts political conversations about the climate crisis today. In the United States, only 35% of adults talk about the climate crisis at least occasionally, according to a 2021 survey from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.
Persons: John D, Sutter, Ted Turner, Read, who’s, Sutter Beth Mickalonis, Sultan Al Jaber, Al Jaber, Mary Robinson, , Al Jaber’s, It’s Organizations: Environmental Media, George Washington University, CNN, COP28, United, Abu, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, , The Guardian, UN, Programme, Sutter, Yale Locations: Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, UN, Paris, United States
The children are en route to Ukraine via Moscow, the source added. This is the second phase of a Qatar-mediated return of children, after four minors were returned in October. One of the children was being escorted by Qatari diplomats to their embassy in Moscow before being transferred to Ukraine, the source said. Kyiv says about 20,000 children have been taken from Ukraine to Russia or Russian-held territory without the consent of family or guardians. The ICC has accused them of responsibility for the war crime of deporting Ukrainian children - at least hundreds, possibly more - to Russia.
Persons: Andrew Mills, Max Hunder, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman, Vladimir Putin, Maria Lvova, Belova, Putin, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Max Hunder DOHA, Reuters, Qatari, ICC Locations: KYIV, Ukrainian, Ukraine, Russia, Qatar, Moscow, Thani, Russian, Doha, Kyiv
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies Iberdrola SA FollowRwe Ag FollowMADRID, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Spanish renewable energy giant Iberdrola (IBE.MC) and UAE clean energy developer Masdar have formed a 15 billion euro ($16.2 billion) alliance to invest in offshore wind and green hydrogen in countries including Germany, Britain and the United States. The agreement announced on Tuesday follows a pledge by 118 countries at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai to triple the world's renewable energy capacity by the end of the decade as they seek to wean themselves off fossil fuels. "Reaching this goal will require immediate action from these governments and the private sector," said Iberdrola Executive Chairman Ignacio Galan. "With an abundance of wind resources, the UK and Europe are prime markets for Masdar," said Masdar Chief Executive Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi. Last week Masdar and Germany's RWE (RWEG.DE) said they would co-develop a 3 GW wind project off the coast of Britain.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Ignacio Galan, Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, Germany's, Iberdrola, Pietro Lombardi, Jakub Olesiuk, Kirsten Donovan, David Goodman Organizations: REUTERS, East Anglia, Masdar, China, Thomson Locations: MADRID, UAE, Germany, Britain, United States, Dubai, Iberdrola's, East, Spanish, Europe, Baltic
Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) speaks with reporters on the way to the Senate floor for a procedural vote regarding top military appointees at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., September 20, 2023. Senator Tommy Tuberville, who has blocked hundreds of military promotions for months to protest the Pentagon's payment of abortion-related travel costs, said on Tuesday he would lift his hold on some of them. Tuberville's actions have affected some 400 officers and their families, as well as lower-level officers in the military. Democrats have said Tuberville should show his objection on a policy matter by targeting Biden nominees involved with policy. Reporting by Jasper Ward and Susan Heavey; writing by Costas Pitas; editing by Rami AyyubOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Tommy Tuberville, Jonathan Ernst, I've, Republican Tuberville, Biden, Jasper Ward, Susan Heavey, Costas Pitas, Rami Ayyub Organizations: U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Rights, Republican U.S, Pentagon, Republican, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Alabama
[1/2] Climate activists protest against fossil fuel emitters, demanding action and more contributions to the Loss and Damage Fund, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP28 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, December 5, 2023. Chiponda argued that language calling for the phase-out of "unabated" fossil fuels was merely a distraction that would allow for their continued use. Governments at COP26 agreed to phase down the use of unabated coal, the most polluting of fossil fuels. This year, countries remain split over what role fossil fuels should play in the future. Jaber has made a point of including the fossil fuel industry at the summit, insisting that oil and gas companies should be part of discussions on tackling climate change.
Persons: Amr Alfiky, Lorraine Chiponda, Chiponda, Sultan Al Jaber, Jaber, Thomas Joseph, Jainno Congon, Alexander Cornwell, Katy Daigle Organizations: Damage, United Nations, United Arab Emirates, REUTERS, Rights, United, COP26, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Dubai, United Arab, COP28, Glasgow, Paris, United Arab Emirates, UAE, California
watch nowDUBAI, United Arab Emirates —The chief executive of UAE-based energy firm Crescent Petroleum on Tuesday claimed that blaming the oil and gas industry for the climate crisis "is like blaming farmers for obesity." The burning of coal, oil and gas is by far the largest contributor to climate change, accounting for more than three-quarters of global greenhouse gas emissions. "Blaming the producers of oil and gas for climate change is like blaming farmers for obesity. U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said that the announcement was "a step in the right direction" for Big Oil and showed that the fossil fuel industry was "finally starting to wake up." Others, including former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, believe that the participation of energy giants should be welcomed at events such as COP28.
Persons: Majid Jafar, CNBC's Dan Murphy, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Abu, COP28, António Guterres, Jafar, We're, Ernest Moniz Organizations: United Arab Emirates —, UAE, Petroleum, Crescent Petroleum, Crescent Petroleum Co, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, United Arab Emirates national, Expo, Bloomberg, Getty, Big Oil, U.S . Energy Locations: DUBAI, United Arab, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, U.N, New York
Saudi Minister of Finance Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan attends the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, 15 July 2022. The programme has so far attracted 200 foreign companies, Saudi Investment minister Khaled Al-Falih was quoted as saying. "The new tax exemptions granted on regional headquarters activities will give .... international companies in the kingdom more clarity of vision and stability," Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan said, according to SPA. Foreign companies have scrambled to meet the Saudi condition to relocate their regional headquarters after the kingdom said in October the deadline will be enforced. Foreign firms have for years used neighbouring United Arab Emirates as a springboard for their regional operations, including for Saudi Arabia.
Persons: Finance Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al, Jadaan, Jan, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Khaled Al, Falih, Mohammed Al, ” Jadaan, Aziz El, Bill Berkrot Organizations: Finance, Ministers, Central Bank Governors, Rights, United, United Arab Emirates, International, Saudi Investment, Saudi Finance, Games, , Thomson Locations: Saudi, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, Rights RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, United Arab, United Arab Emirates
Israel has a plan to flood Hamas tunnels in Gaza using seawater pumps, per The Wall Street Journal. Israel's military said the tunnel system is used to transport Hamas weapons and militants. Hamas' tunnel system, known as the "metro," is believed to extend some 300 miles. AdvertisementWim Zwijnenburg, who works for PAX, a Netherlands-based peace organization, told the Journal that flooding the tunnels could exacerbate that pollution. He added that hazardous substances stored by Hamas in the tunnels could also seep into the ground.
Persons: , Israel, Jon Alterman, Wim Zwijnenburg Organizations: Street, Service, Israel, Hamas, Wall Street, Israel Defense Forces, IDF, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Reuters, PAX, Business Locations: Israel, Gaza, Hamas, Netherlands
The report was not able to count how many fossil fuel representatives are actually in attendance, though it has shown registration numbers have been increasing over the years. COP28 President Sultan Al Jaber, also an oil executive, has argued the fossil fuel industry should be involved in the summit. The analysis from the coalition, which this year organized under the name Kick Big Polluters Out, looked at the provisional list of COP participants to identify registrants with self-declared ties to fossil fuel companies or organizations with fossil fuel interests or foundations owned or controlled by a fossil fuel company. “The hallways and negotiating rooms of this climate conference are flooded with the largest number of fossil fuel lobbyists ever,” said Lili Fuhr, director of the fossil fuel energy program at the Center for International Environmental Law. Governments must “remain focused on delivering an outcome that supports and mandates a full phase out of fossil fuels while protecting public policy-making from fossil fuel interests,” she told CNN.
Persons: Sultan Al Jaber, , Lili Fuhr, Al Jaber Organizations: CNN, United Arab Emirates, Global, Dubai, United Nations, Center for International Environmental Law Locations: Dubai, Brazil, Egypt, COP27, COP28
[1/2] Buildings lie in ruin in Gaza, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, as seen from southern Israel, December 4, 2023. Qatar, where several political leaders of Hamas are based, has been leading negotiations between the Palestinian militant group and Israel. Those talks led to a truce that ultimately lasted for seven days before hostilities resumed on Friday. During the truce, Hamas released dozens of hostages held in Gaza in exchange for hundreds of Palestinian prisoners, and Israel allowed humanitarian aid to flow into the coastal strip. Sheikh Tamim said Qatar was working with both sides to repair the deal.
Persons: Athit, Israel, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad, Thani, Sheikh Tamim, Aziz El Yaakoubi, Nayera Abdallah, Andrew Mills, Alex Richardson, Miral Organizations: Hamas, REUTERS, Rights DOHA, . Security Council, Qatari, Doha, UN, Thomson Locations: Gaza, Israel, Palestinian, Qatar
A Spanish man accused of teaching North Korea to use crypto rejected the accusations. Alejandro Cao de Benós said his passport was confiscated 7 years ago, preventing foreign trips. AdvertisementA Spanish man pushed back against accusations that he was teaching North Koreans how to evade US sanctions using cryptocurrencies. In a strongly worded statement , Alejandro Cao de Benós said his passport was confiscated seven and a half years ago by Spanish authorities, making any foreign trips, and therefore his presence in North Korea, impossible. During the conference, Griffiths and co-conspirator Christopher Emms provided advice and instructions on how North Korea "could use blockchain and cryptocurrencies to evade US sanctions," the indictment read.
Persons: Alejandro Cao de Benós, , Cao, Benós, Virgil Griffiths, Cao de Benós, Griffiths, Pyongyang's, Christopher Emms, Griffith, Virgil Giffin, Virgil Griffith Organizations: Service, North, Spanish, Business, Interpol, Spain's National Police, Cryptocurrency, Trump -, Economic, Public Affairs, FBI, BI, Korean Friendship Association Locations: North Korea, Spain, Spanish, Totana, Murcia, Madrid, Korea, Día
Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi CNN —One man carries six jars of cooking oil as he struggles to walk across the rubble. Since October 9, Israel has blocked access to water, food and electricity in the Strip that is home to more than 2 million Palestinians. “It’s chaos,” one resident told CNN Monday, standing behind a crowd of people scavenging for supplies under the damage. Displaced Palestinians queue for food donations in the southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah on November 30. A day after the IDF said it was expanding its ground operation, it said it struck about 200 Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip.
Persons: Baraka, Dier, Gazans, ” Thomas White, Kamil Al, , Mohammed Abed, Ibrahim Dabbour, ” Dabbour, Israel, Israel’s, Khan Younis, Bani Suheila, Abed Zagout, Critics, ” Sari Bashi, ” Bashi, Khalil Abu Marahil, “ It’s, “ We’ve, Sally Essam, Deir Organizations: Abu Dhabi CNN, CNN, Israeli Defense Forces, IDF, of Health, United Nations, UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, Food Programme, Getty, UN, Hamas, Human Rights Locations: Jerusalem, Abu Dhabi, Gazan, Deir, Israel, Gaza, Dier, East, Rafah, AFP, Beit Hanoun, United States, Khan, Southern Gaza, Khuza'a, Maan, Anadolu, Gaza City, , Palestinian, Deir al
Mendes' account is one of seven given to Reuters by first responders or others dealing with the dead that attest to alleged sexual violence. VICTIMS DEAD, TRAUMATIZEDIn Israeli criminal law, sexual violence includes rape, but also indecent acts, harrassment and sexually demeaning a person – including forced nudity – among other offences. Some of those purporting to show sexual violence could not be authenticated – one seen by Reuters appeared to date to 2021. The news agency verified the locations of two other videos that suggest sexual violence, shared on social media within a day of the attack. Israeli lawyers say its evidentiary requirements on sexual violence are less challenging than Israel's.
Persons: Ronen, Shari Mendes, Mendes, It's, Deen al, Beeri, Taher al, Nono, Orit Soliciano, Neubach, Shelly Harush, Chen Kugel, Kugel, Dana Pugach, Rabbi Israel Weiss, Nachman Dyksztejn, Rami Shmuel, Shani Louk, Yael Vias Gvirsman, Vias Gvirsman, Geert, Jan Knoops, Israel, Peter Hirschberg, Anthony Deutsch, Stephanie Van Den Berg, Edmund Blair, Sara Ledwith, Daniel Flynn Organizations: Nova Festival, REUTERS, Rights, Shura, Reuters, Israel's Association, Association, Authorities, Israel National Center of Forensic Medicine, Ono Academic, Zaka, Police, Criminal Court, ICC, Israel's, Israeli Defence Force, Thomson Locations: Gaza, Israel's, Israel, Israeli, The Hague, Tel Aviv, Shura, Amsterdam, London
"We are getting ready to leave Khan Younis, heading to Rafah. But in Rafah, displaced people said their living conditions were horrible. Palestinians fleeing north Gaza walk towards the south, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in the central Gaza Strip, November 9, 2023. Hamas militants stormed into southern Israel on Oct. 7, killing 1,200 people and kidnapping 240 hostages, according to Israel's tally. More than 15,800 Palestinians have been killed by Israel's military response in Gaza, according to figures from Gaza health officials deemed reliable by the United Nations.
Persons: Khan, KHAN YOUNIS, Khan Younis, Nasser, Abu Omar, Enas Mosleh, Mohammed Salem, Hassan al, Fadi Shana, Saleh, Maggie Fick, Estelle Shirbon, Timothy Organizations: Hamas, REUTERS, United Nations, Nasser, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: Khan Younis, Rafah, Gaza, Israel, Egypt, Palestinian, Beit Hanoun, Saleh Salem, Beirut
After saying he had not met with Ohtani, Counsell was asked whether anyone in the Cubs front office had. Counsell replied: “I have not.”Japanese pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, another prized free agent, could be sought by the New York Yankees and Mets, who set payroll records this year in their third season under owner Steve Cohen. The Mets' projected final 2023 payroll is about $346 million and their luxury tax roughly $102 million. Political Cartoons View All 1283 Images“I don’t know if anybody can compete with Steve Cohen,” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said. He's had a lot of success and built an empire which has allowed him to do things like the Mets.
Persons: — Dave Roberts, Shohei, Roberts, Bob Fosse, Ross Atkins, I’m, Craig Counsell, Ohtani, Counsell, , Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Steve Cohen, , Brian Cashman, He's, ” Cashman, Juan Soto, Preller, Mike Shildt, Cashman, Alex Verdugo, Greg Weissert, Chris Devenski, Erick Fedde, he’s, Yamamoto, AP Sports Writers Teresa Walker, Jay Cohen, ___ Organizations: Los Angeles Dodgers, Toronto, ” New Chicago Cubs, Cubs, New York Yankees, Mets, ” Yankees, Padres, New Padres, Soto, Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Tampa, NC Dinos, Chicago White Sox, Associated Press, Cleveland, MLB, Dodger, Dodgers, Orix Buffaloes, Lotte Marines, AP Sports Writers Locations: Tenn, , San Diego, Miami, South Korea, Japan
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailContinuing engagement with Israel is 'very critical,' UAE trade official saysThani Al Zeyoudi, United Arab Emirates minister of state for foreign trade, discusses the country's trade agenda.
Persons: Thani Al Organizations: United Arab Emirates Locations: Israel, UAE, Thani Al Zeyoudi, United Arab
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels will not trade three-time AL MVP Mike Trout, general manager Perry Minasian confirmed at MLB's winter meetings on Tuesday. “Mike Trout will not be getting traded, 100%,” Minasian told and other outlets. Trout is under contract through 2030, and he makes $35.45 million annually with a full no-trade clause. Ohtani met with the Dodgers in the past few days, their general manager, Dave Roberts, said Tuesday. The Angels will play next year under new manager Ron Washington, who said last month that Trout and Anthony Rendon are key leaders and players for the club.
Persons: Mike Trout, Perry Minasian, Minasian, Arte Moreno's, ” Minasian, Trout, , ” Trout, Shohei Ohtani, Ohtani, Dave Roberts, Ron Washington, Anthony Rendon, Rendon, ___ Organizations: Los Angeles Angels, Angels, Dodgers, Los Angeles Locations: Tenn, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Los
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