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Thailand’s ready to contribute to Saudi Arabia’s food security
Thailand Halal Food Festival 2022 an in-store promotional activity across LuLu Saudi Hypermarkets.
Freudian slip: 'I mean Ukraine'… Former U.S. president George Bush calls Iraq invasion 'unjustified'
In a stunning Freudian slip, former U.S. President George W. Bush mistakenly admitted the invasion of Iraq as "brutal" and "unjustified" before correcting himself to say he meant to refer to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, as if there is a...
Biden administration “ministry of truth” ‘disinformation' board on pause amid totalitarian anti free speech concerns
The Department of Homeland Security is reportedly putting their planned anti constitutional and anti democratic ’Disinformation’ Governance Board on hold after facing backlash against the Russian KGB, E.Germany Stasi and Romanian Securit...
36 films compete for 12 awards at Saudi Film Festival
Saudi Film Festival announced the acceptance of 69 films out of 125 that were registered in its eighth session, which will start from June 2 and last for 8 days.
Economic Headwinds Mount as Leaders Weigh Costs of Confronting Russia
The world economy is heading into a potentially grim period as rising costs, shortages of food and other commodities and Russia’s continuing invasion of Ukraine threaten to slow economic growth and bring about a painful global slump.
Over 6-month validity of passport required for travel of Saudis to non-Arab countries
The General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat) emphasized that the validity of the passport of Saudis who intend to travel to non-Arab countries must be more than six months. The Jawazat explained about the requirements for the travel of...
Elon Musk: “In the past I voted Democrat, because they were (mostly) the kindness party.”
“But they have become the party of division & hate, so I can no longer support them and will vote Republican. Now, watch their dirty tricks campaign against me unfold … “
Japanese delegation, KSrelief discuss center’s qualitative programs
A Japanese diplomatic delegation today visited the headquarters of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) in Riyadh.
51 Dining Rooms That Connect With Light And Nature
Modern dining rooms that connect with light & nature, including botanical, boho, rustic & industrial style dining room decor, courtyards & outdoor dining rooms.
Lt, Gen. Al-Azaima, Brig. Gen. Al-Mannai exchange cordial talks, discuss key issues
Commander of the Joint Forces and Deputy Chief of the General Staff Lt. Gen. Mutlaq Bin Salem Al-Azaima met Wednesday with Commander of the Qatar Emiri Air Force Brig. Gen. Pilot Jassem Bin Mohammed Al-Mannai.
‘Lifeline’ of renewable energy can steer world out of climate crisis: Guterres
Greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rises, ocean heat levels and acidification, all set new records during 2021, while some glaciers reached the point of no return, according to the latest flagship report from the World Meteorologic...
Riyadh’s deputy governor offers condolences on death of Sheikh Khalifa
Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman, deputy governor of Riyadh Region, visited Wednesday the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Riyadh, during which he offered condolences on death of Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Russia says nearly 700 more Mariupol fighters surrender
Russia said Wednesday that nearly 1,000 Ukrainian soldiers have surrendered at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol since Monday.
TGA president reviews most prominent railway projects at Middle East Rail 2022 UAE
The Transport General Authority (TGA) of Saudi Arabia President Dr. Rumaih Bin Mohammed Al-Rumaih, reviewed the most prominent qualitative projects the Kingdom’s railways have been witnessing.
Tesla Removed From S&P 500 ESG Index, Elon Musk Tweets "It's A Scam"
Contributing factors to the changes, effective May 2, included Tesla's lack of published details related to its low carbon strategy or business conduct codes.
Saudi Arabia celebrates International Women’s Day in Maritime Sector
Saudi Arabia participated in celebrating the International Women’s Day in the Maritime Sector, which falls on May 18 of each year, and approved by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 2021 as an annual occasion, with the aim ...
US' "Likely" Move That Could Push Russia Into Debt Default
Punishing sanctions imposed following Russia's invasion of Ukraine in late February have largely severed the country from the international financial system, blocking Moscow's ability to access dollars held in US banks to pay its debts.
Al-Rajhi chairs meetings of ARADO Executive Council in Cairo
Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Eng. Ahmed Bin Suleiman Al-Rajhi chaired here Wednesday the Executive Council’s meeting of the (113th) regular session of the Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO), with t...
Elon Musk's SpaceX is poised to become the most valuable US startup
The shares, which are marketed at about $72, jumped in valuation from last October, when SpaceX's shares were sold at $56 apiece after a 10-1 split
Pentagon says no wrongdoing in Syria strike that killed civilians
Officials acknowledged the attack killed civilians but blamed bad intelligence from partner forces on the ground.
Netflix lays off 150 employees amid subscriber loss
The layoffs represent about 2% of the company's workforce in the U.S. and Canada
Abu Akleh pallbearer arrested days after Israelis attack funeral
Amro Abu Khudeir’s lawyer said that the interrogation of the man called ‘the coffin protector’ was about the funeral.
Rand Paul says timing for $48B COVID business bailout is 'inappropriate' due to historic inflation
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is pushing back on a $48 billion business bailout bill, which he calls a "poorly-targeted spending spree," amid rising concerns about historic inflation.
UN experts say mass eviction of Palestinians a possible war crime
UN experts alarmed by Israel High Court’s ruling on Masafer Yatta and the risk of forcible transfer of Palestinians.
JPMorgan shareholders reject $52M payout to CEO Jamie Dimon
Only 31% of votes cast endorsed JPMorgan executive payments for 2021
Fresh Tripoli clashes underscore Libya’s political volatility
Fragile ceasefire strained as rival prime ministers jostle for power amid talks in Cairo about the future political process and conduct of elections.
Elon Musk calls on SEC to investigate Twitter's spam, fake account estimate
Musk has estimated that fake and spam accounts make up at least 20% of Twitter's users
Shireen Abu Akleh: Palestinians united in memory of journalist
For many, Shireen Abu Akleh was the voice of Palestine – outrage at her killing has brought together Palestinians from across religions and sects.
White House admits stock market 'not something we keep an eye on every day'
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,100 points on Wednesday, marking its worst day since 2020
French court upholds charge against Lafarge over Syria operation
French court confirms charge of complicity in ‘crimes against humanity’ for Lafarge over alleged payoffs to ISIL (ISIS) and other armed groups.
Putin is suffering 'chemo brain' after new video shows him fidgeting manically
New footage of Vladimir Putin constantly fidgeting during a meeting has fueled fresh rumours he is hiding a serious health condition.
Al Jazeera’s Shireen Abu Akleh’s journalistic achievements
A trailblazer for Arab women in media, Shireen Abu Akleh was known for her professionalism and commitment to the story.
US baby formula shortage causes two children to be hospitalized
Two children in Tennessee with specific dietary requirements were hospitalized this month due to the nationwide shortage of baby formula.
US Congress must understand ‘trauma’ of Nakba, Rashida Tlaib says
The US legislator, who introduced resolution to recognise Palestinian displacement, tells Al Jazeera ‘Nakba hasn’t stopped’.
Sweden and Finland formally apply to join Nato
Sweden and Finland have formally submitted their applications to join Nato, in one of the biggest geopolitical consequences to date of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Nato secretary general Jens Stoltenberg hails move by Nordic neighbours...
Lebanon election monitors complain of violations, attacks
Sunday’s parliamentary elections were “marred by intimidation” and violence, according to local and foreign observers.
UK inflation soars to 9%, the highest level in more than 40 years
Headline CPI rate fuelled by increase in household energy bills plus rising food and transport costs
Activist Alaa Abdel Fattah’s health worsens in Egyptian prison
Egypt’s human rights body calls for the activist’s transfer to a better facility, as Abdel Fattah’s family calls for his release.
Senior Twitter engineer says the social media giant is "censoring the right" and that he and his co-workers are communists.
A senior Twitter engineer has been secretly recorded admitting that the social media giant is “censoring the right” — and that he and his co-workers are “Commie as f–k. “Twitter does not believe in free speech,” Siru Murugesan said in a ...
Malawi supports Saudi bid to host Expo 2030
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malawi Nancy Tembo announced her country's support for the bid of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to host the Expo 2030 in Riyadh.
US Congress: Rashida Tlaib introduces Nakba resolution
Congresswoman says measure aims to recognise forced displacement of Palestinians during establishment of Israeli state.
KAUST Smart Home achieves top LEED Platinum global ranking
As a leading hub of scientific research and innovation, KAUST continually strives to push the boundaries of innovation from the lab to real-world applications.
Why does Turkey oppose Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership?
Ankara says it will not open the alliance’s door to the two Nordic countries. Here is what you need to know.
Lancet study: Pollution killed 2.3 million Indians in 2019
Pollution led to more than 2.3 million premature deaths in India in 2019, according to a new Lancet study.
Macron urges rapid Israeli probe into Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing
French president urges Israel to swiftly complete probe into killing of Al Jazeera journalist, despite UN calls for an independent investigation.
Royal approval issued to hold international Qur’an writing competition
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has issued his approval to hold an international competition in writing of the Holy Qur’an next year by the King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Qur’an under the supervision of the ...
Turkey confirms opposition to NATO membership for Sweden, Finland
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says delegations from the two countries bidding for NATO ‘shouldn’t bother’ coming to Ankara for discussions.
FIFA says Brazil and Argentina must play World Cup qualifier
Brazil and Argentina lost their appeals to FIFA on Monday and will have to play the World Cup qualifying game that was abandoned last year in Sao Paulo amid chaos on the field caused by pandemic rule breaches.
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