World Fix: Amin Younes changes to Saudi Arabia
Secret audio sheds light on dictator’s frantic last hours
The BBC has obtained extraordinary recordings believed to be of phone calls made by Tunisian ex president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali as he flew out of the country in 2011. These final moments show how his authority crumbled, sealing the fate of his 23-year dictatorship and sparking the region's wave of pro-democracy 'Arab Spring' uprisings. © BBC © BBC The recordings have been forensically analysed by audio experts who found no evidence of tampering or manipulation.
the long-winded file Amine Younes can finally be closed. The midfielder changes to Al Ettifaq. That announced the Club from Saudi Arabia on Sunday.
At the Eintracht from Frankfurt, Amin Younes seemed to boost his career once again. In the summer, however, he decided against the athletic and for the financial component and wanted to leave the SGE. However,
of the transfer did not materialize, Younes lined for half a year on the Frankfurt Tribune. Almost a week ago, Eintracht finally triggered the loan agreement with the 28-year-old, whereupon he returned to the SSC Naples.
His change to the desert is now a decided thing. On Sunday, Al Ettifaq was officially welcomed the 28-year-old as new entry. In the Club from Saudi Arabia, Younes meets among others on the ex-Mainz Robin Quaison.All transfers and rumors at 90min:
Uganda: a Saudi tourist killed by an elephant in a park .
© Wikus of Wet A Saudi tourist was trampled to death by an elephant during a safari in a national park in Uganda a Saudi tourist was trampled at Death by an elephant during a safari in a national park in Uganda, yesterday indicated a wildlife manager. The incident occurred on Tuesday at Murchison Falls National Park when the man left the vehicle on which he traveled with friends, according to a communiqué of the spokesman for the Ugandan authority of the wildlife, Bashir HANGI.