Cristiano Ronaldo Having Fun in Marrakech, Enjoying the Moroccan Style

Rabat – Following his Marrakech trip to celebrate Portugal’s Euro 2016 qualification, Ronaldo is discovering the Moroccan traditions with his Moroccan friend, World Kickboxing champion Badr Hari.Ronaldo arrived in Marrakech late Thursday night in a private jet from Porto, in order to celebrate his national team’s qualification for Euro 2016 with a 1-0 win over Denmark.Moroccan kick-boxer invited Ronaldo to a traditional Moroccan dinner on Friday night. Hari posted a picture on social media along with Ronaldo and a few friends, while wearing the small red cap known as the Moroccan Tarboosh. Last night dinner Moroccan style. ???????????????????????? @Cristiano #BadrHari #CR7 #Ronaldo #Morocco pic.twitter.com/UH70dGaHOV— Badr Hari (@badr84hari) October 10, 2015On Friday afternoon, Hari posted another picture on his Facebook page alongside Ronaldo, where they appear having a good time in swimming pool in Marrakech.Earlier on Thursday night, Ronaldo allegedly went out to Marrakech’s best night club, Theatro. He appeared in a video footage with Badr Hari, enjoying the atmosphere at the club.Portugal qualified for Euro 2016 with a 1-0 win over Denmark last Thursday.  It’s been more than 11 years since Ronaldo starred for a Portugal side that was hosting the European Championships in 2004. They were beaten by Greece in that final.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission read more

Former military intelligence head arrested over Noyahr incident

Major General Karunasekara was detained at the Military Hospital where he was receiving treatment. (Colombo Gazette) Former military intelligence head Major General (Retired) Amal Karunasekara, was arrested by the Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) over investigations into the abduction and assault on journalist Keith Noyahr.The Police said that Major General Karunasekara was accused of being involved in the 2008 abduction of the then Associate Editor of The Nation, Keith Noyahr.