Veteran Emirati driver Thani Al Qemzi and new team-mate Alberto Comparato deliver points-scoring performances in 2024 UIM F1H2O World Championship's new-style sprint races on Saturday
Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, accepted a £1 million ($1.19 million, 1.21 million euro) donation to his charitable trust from the family of Osama bin Laden, The Sunday Times reported.
Although there is no suggestion of any wrongdoing, the revelation increases scrutiny on the 73-year-old prince's charity organisations, which have been rocked by allegations of criminal activity.
Several of his advisers urged Charles not to take the donation from family patriarch Bakr bin Laden and his brother Shafiq -- half-brothers of Osama -- according to sources cited by the paper.
Charles, 73, agreed to the donation to the Prince of Wales Charitable Fund (PWCF) when he met with Bakr, 76, at Clarence House in London in 2013, despite objections of advisers from the trust and his office, the paper reported.
Ian Cheshire, chairman of PWCF, said the donation was agreed by the five trustees at the time.
The Prince's Foundation, set up in 1986, is registered with the Scottish Charity Regulator.
The Scottish body in September launched its own probe into reports that the foundation accepted cash from a Russian banker previously convicted of money laundering.
The new scheme was launched during the 'Human Capacity Initiative' conference that took place in Riyadh on February 28 and 29
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Troops opened fire as Palestinian civilians scrambled for food supplies during a chaotic melee that the Hamas-run territory's health ministry said killed more than 100 people
Yesterday, March 1, the Emirates recorded a low of 2.4°C at Jais mountain
The 36-hole tournament has attracted strong representation from the UAE golf clubs and the Emirates Golf Federation
There will be rainfall of varying intensities across the country caused by a surface low-pressure system
He had said at the beginning of this week that he expected a deal by Monday for a six-week halt in the fighting between Israel and Hamas