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  2. Breakout (video game) - Wikipedia

    Breakout was a worldwide commercial success, among the top five highest-grossing arcade video games of 1976 in both the United States and Japan and then among the top three highest-grossing arcade video games of 1977 in the US and Japan. The 1978 Atari VCS port uses color graphics instead of a monochrome screen with colored overlay

  3. Arab states of the Persian Gulf - Wikipedia

    Both organizations rank Kuwait's press as the freest of all Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Kuwait ranks amongst the top three for free press in the Arab world. Qatar and Oman come in second and third respectively within the regional ranks of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf. [citation needed] Peace

  4. Withdrawal of United States troops from Iraq (2020–2021)

    In December 2019, Iraq and the United States began discussing the partial withdrawal of American combat troops from Iraq.In January 2020, during massive protests and following an escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran, the Iraqi Council of Representatives passed a non-binding measure to "expel all foreign troops from their country," including American and Iranian troops.

  5. Economy of the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    The economy of the United Arab Emirates (or UAE) is the 5th largest in the Middle East (after Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Egypt), with a gross domestic product (GDP) of US$501 billion (AED 1.84 trillion) in 2022.

  6. Zanzibar - Wikipedia

    Tourism is the top income generator for the islands, outpacing even the lucrative agricultural export industry and providing roughly 25% of income. [105] [106] The main airport on the island is Zanzibar International Airport , though many tourists fly into Dar es Salaam and take a ferry to the island.

  7. Electricity sector in China - Wikipedia

    In terms of the investment amount of China's listed power companies, the top three regions are Guangdong province, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and Shanghai, whose investment ratios are 15.33%, 13.84% and 10.53% respectively, followed by Sichuan and Beijing.

  8. United States Basketball League - Wikipedia

    History. The United States Basketball League was founded in December 1984 by Daniel T. Meisenheimer, a stockbroker from Connecticut. The league management initially planned to schedule about 40 games during the summer, and started to look for new teams to join the newly formed USBL.

  9. Asian Paints - Wikipedia

    Asian Paints Ltd is an Indian multinational paint company, headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. The company is engaged in the business of manufacturing, selling and distribution of paints, coatings, products related to home décor, bath fittings and providing of related services.