Twitter: From user 'Yeovil Town'
TOWN TO HOST SOLIHULL MOORS IN EMIRATES FA CUP https://t.co/YjFkG7dBMY #football #news
Twitter: From user 'Matt Schiavenza'
What. "The United Arab Emirates issues passport for falcons" https://t.co/1EhJoYpeZl
Emirates NBD profit up 8% on lower provisions - Khaleej Times
";Emirates NBD is a regional leader in digital banking. We continue to invest in our next generation of online and mobile banking services. We recently launched a pilot blockchain network for international remittances and trade finance, a first for the ...
Twitter: From user 'Maria Velasquez'
RT @emirates: One sky, multiple destinations. What are your top 3 destinations with Emirates?
Draw completed for first round of The Emirates FA Cup - The FA
The draw for the first round proper of The Emirates FA Cup has taken place. Seventh-tier Merstham will host Oxford United, flying high in League One. Westfields, of the ninth tier, will host the winners of Monday's replayed tie between York City and ...
Emirates ordered to revoke dismissal of employees - The Japan News
Jiji Press OSAKA (Jiji Press) — The Osaka prefectural government's Labor Relations Commission said Friday that it has ordered Emirates airline to revoke its dismissals of three unionized employees. The commission found that the dismissals by the ...
Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round Results - Vitalfootball
On Saturday in The Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round Stamford AFC drew 1-1 at home against Wrexham AFC, York City drew 1-1 at home against Curzon Ashton & Tonbridge Angels lost 3-0 at home against Dartford FC. Southport FC 1-0 Chester FC
Twitter: From user 'Lizzy Tomei'
Thank you @Shirinj for my day's most delightful read, about the UAE's falcon hospital https://t.co/rpSYGcBREh https://t.co/zKaI8pks4a
Twitter: From user 'Rochdale'
Emirates FA Cup: Dale Drawn Away To Maidstone United https://t.co/fEokWdM2Pa #football #news
There's a hospital in the United Arab Emirates that serves only falcons - Delmarva Public Radio
Images of falcons are prevalent the moment you step into the United Arab Emirates. They're everywhere — on walls, in TV ads, even on bank notes. The falcon is UAE's national bird. And the Emiratis take falcons and falconry very seriously. So seriously ...