Gulf Times - suspension
British top court hears more evidence on suspension of parliament

British top court hears more evidence on suspension of parliament

Britain's highest court heard arguments for a second day Wednesday on whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was unlawful or not.

Johnson rejects calls to recall parliament, defends suspension

Johnson rejects calls to recall parliament, defends suspension

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday rejected lawmakers' calls to recall parliament, insisting that its suspension was not designed to facilitate his Brexit plan.

Scottish court to hear no-deal Brexit suspension case next month

Scottish court to hear no-deal Brexit suspension case next month

A legal bid to prevent British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspending parliament to stop lawmakers blocking a no-deal Brexit will be heard at a Scottish court next month.

World anti-doping body refuses to lift Russia suspension

World anti-doping body refuses to lift Russia suspension

The World Anti-Doping Agency maintained its suspension of Russia on Thursday, raising the spectre of a possible ban from February's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

Pakistan suspends Mohammad Irfan in spot-fixing case

Pakistan suspends Mohammad Irfan in spot-fixing case

Pakistan's Cricket Board on Tuesday suspended and charged tall fast bowler Mohammad Irfan over his alleged involvement in spot-fixing during a recently held Twenty20 league.

Apple eliminates headphone jacks in new waterproof iPhones

Apple eliminates headphone jacks in new waterproof iPhones

Apple is out to make a splash with new waterproof iPhones and a smartphone game starring Nintendo's beloved ‘Mario’, but it has raised eyebrows by eliminating headphone jacks in a push for wireless.

Kuwait sues Olympic committee over suspension

Kuwait sues Olympic committee over suspension

Kuwait is suing the International Olympic Committee for 1 billion dollars, the information minister said, after the Arab Gulf nation was suspended over government interference in sports.

Kuwait sues IOC powerbroker Ahmad over suspension

Kuwait sues IOC powerbroker Ahmad over suspension

Kuwait's government is seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages from Sheikh Ahmad Fahad al-Sabah, one of the most powerful men in sport, over the Gulf state's isolation in international sport.