Zamalek Crowned CAF Confederation Cup Champions


Zamalek of Egypt has claimed the CAF Confederation Cup title for the second time in its history, defeating Morocco’s RS Berkane 1-0 in the second leg of the final.

The decisive goal was scored by Ahmed Hamdi in the 23rd minute.

Zamalek benefited from the away goals rule, having lost the first leg 1-2 last week in Morocco. This victory mirrors their first Confederation Cup triumph in 2019, also against RS Berkane, where they won on penalties after both legs ended 1-0.

Source: Qatar News Agency

Qatari Team Raise Tally To 9 Medals at Arab Rifle and Pistol Championship in Tunisia


The Qatari teams shooters continued their brilliance and distinction in the Arab Championship for 10-meter air rifle and pistol shooting, which concluded Monday in Tunisia.

Qatar’s shooters were able to win two additional medals (gold and bronze), bringing the mission’s total tally to 9 colored medals (two golds, a silver medal, and 6 bronze medals). The duo of Al Maha Al Ali and Abdulrahman Al Sulaiti won Monday the gold medal in the mixed rifle competition for the junior category, and at the same time. In the competition, the duo Sheikha Al Nuaimi and Khalid Al Sharshani won the bronze medal.

During the previous days, Qatari shooters won 7 medals in the Arab Championship, which came from the shooter Al Maha Al Ali, who won the gold medal in the 10-meter rifle competition for the junior girls individual category, and the shooter Sheikha Al Nuaimi, who won the bronze medal in the same competition, and the shooter Abdul Rahman Al Sulaiti won the silver medal in the competition. 10-meter rifle for the junior
individual category. In the same competition, shooter Saad Al Sulaiti won the bronze medal.

As for the team competitions, shooters Hamad Al-Marri, Saeed Al Marri and Abdullah Al Hajri each won a team bronze in the 10-meter pistol competition, and female shooters Bahia Al Hamad, Matara Al Asiri and Dalal Al Qubaisi won a team bronze in the 10-meter rifle competition.

In the mixed team competitions, Qatari team shooters Ali Rashid Al-Mohannadi and Bahia Al-Hamad won the bronze medal in the 10 meter rifle competition.

The Arab Championship competitions were held in the singles, doubles and team categories for men, women, and junior men and women, and witnessed the participation of 47 coaches and administrators, in addition to 9 international referees.

Source: Qatar News Agency

Qatari Team Raise Tally To 9 Medals at Arab Rifle and Pistol Championship in Tunisia


The Qatari teams shooters continued their brilliance and distinction in the Arab Championship for 10-meter air rifle and pistol shooting, which concluded Monday in Tunisia.

Qatar’s shooters were able to win two additional medals (gold and bronze), bringing the mission’s total tally to 9 colored medals (two golds, a silver medal, and 6 bronze medals). The duo of Al Maha Al Ali and Abdulrahman Al Sulaiti won Monday the gold medal in the mixed rifle competition for the junior category, and at the same time. In the competition, the duo Sheikha Al Nuaimi and Khalid Al Sharshani won the bronze medal.

During the previous days, Qatari shooters won 7 medals in the Arab Championship, which came from the shooter Al Maha Al Ali, who won the gold medal in the 10-meter rifle competition for the junior girls individual category, and the shooter Sheikha Al Nuaimi, who won the bronze medal in the same competition, and the shooter Abdul Rahman Al Sulaiti won the silver medal in the competition. 10-meter rifle for the junior
individual category. In the same competition, shooter Saad Al Sulaiti won the bronze medal.

As for the team competitions, shooters Hamad Al-Marri, Saeed Al Marri and Abdullah Al Hajri each won a team bronze in the 10-meter pistol competition, and female shooters Bahia Al Hamad, Matara Al Asiri and Dalal Al Qubaisi won a team bronze in the 10-meter rifle competition.

In the mixed team competitions, Qatari team shooters Ali Rashid Al-Mohannadi and Bahia Al-Hamad won the bronze medal in the 10 meter rifle competition.

The Arab Championship competitions were held in the singles, doubles and team categories for men, women, and junior men and women, and witnessed the participation of 47 coaches and administrators, in addition to 9 international referees.

Source: Qatar News Agency

Iraq and Greece discuss work to reactivate the direct flight line between the two countries

The Iraqi Ambassador to Greece, Moayad Saleh, discussed, today, Monday, with the Greek Minister of Tourism, Olga Kefalogianni, work to reactivate the direct flight line between the two countries.

A statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the Iraqi Ambassador to Greece met, today, Monday, with the Greek Minister of Tourism, and during the meeting they discussed ways to enhance and develop bilateral cooperation in a way that serves the interests of the two friendly countries, and worked to organize a visit for the Minister to Iraq to sign a memorandum of understanding in the field of tourism to exchange experiences between them. The two countries are engaged in this vital sector, and work jointly to facilitate the granting of entry permits for businessmen to Greek lands and for tourism purposes as well.’

The two sides also discussed, according to the statement, work to reactivate the direct flight line between the two countries.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

Oil Ministry signs a contract to develop the Mansuriya gas field

The Ministry of Oil announced today, Monday, the signing of a contract with the initials with a coalition of the Chinese companies Gereh and Petro Iraq to develop the Mansouriya gas field.

The Undersecretary for Extraction Affairs, Bassem Muhammad Khudair, said in a statement: ‘The Central Oil Company signed a contract with the initials with the coalition of the Chinese companies Gereh and Petro Iraq to develop the Mansouriya gas field.’

He added, “This contract comes within the efforts of the Ministry of Oil to invest in gas after signing the contract to develop the Akaz gas field,” noting that “the Ministry is working to close the flared gas file and complete the projects under implementation in that regard, in addition to investing in gas fields and activating contracts for licensing rounds.” The fifth complementary and sixth, which resulted in the transfer of (13) fields distributed among (10) governorates.’

For his part, the Director General of the Central Oil Company, Muhammad Yassin, confirmed, acco
rding to the statement, that ‘the initial production of the contract to develop the Mansouriya gas field in Diyala Governorate is (100) cubic meters within (18) months, and the peak production will be achieved (300) cubic meters per day within ( 4-5 years after signing the contract.’

Source: National Iraqi News Agency