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Kuwait’s Ghanem stresses the world’s need for neutral third voice
Kuwaiti National Assembly Speaker, Marzouq Al-Ghanem, said on Thursday that the world is in dire need of a principled neutral third voice calling for the application of law and justice in the face of risks worldwide, Kuwait News Agency (...
Qatar provides $60m in support for Lebanese Army
Qatar announced on Thursday it was providing $60 million in support to the Lebanese Army in implementation of the GCC state’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani’s directives.
Tunisian president takes most powers in proposed constitution
Tunisia’s president published a planned new constitution on Thursday that he will put to a referendum next month, expanding his own powers and limiting the role of parliament in a vote most political parties have already rejected.
Crown Prince unveils priorities for research, development and innovation for coming two decades
Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, announced on Thursday Saudi Arabia’s national aspirations and priorities for the research, development and innovation for the coming two decades.
GASTAT: Saudi unemployment rate drops to 10.1% in Q1
Based on estimates of the General Authority for Statistics’ (GASTAT) Labor Force Survey, which was released on Thursday, the unemployment rate among Saudis was 10.1% in the first quarter (Q1) of 2022, down 0.9 percentage points from Q4 o...
Eco-friendly electric buses start operating at Madinah airport
Environmentally-friendly buses started operation at Prince Muhammad International Airport in Madinah on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia announces Eid Al-Adha holidays for private and non-profit sectors
Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (MHRSD) has announced the date of the Eid Al-Adha holidays for the private and the non-profit sector.
With 41% increase in 5G towers, CITC announces full ICT readiness to serve pilgrims
Saudi Arabia’s digital regulator, the Communications & Information Technology Commission (CITC), has announced that communications and ICT infrastructure in Makkah and Madinah are fully operational and running to the highest standards ah...
King, Crown Prince congratulate presidents of Somalia, Burundi
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has sent a cable of congratulations to President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud of Somalia on the anniversary of his country's Independence Day.
Environmental study of Red Sea coast sets new standard for responsible tourism
The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) has released the findings of one of the world’s largest environmental surveys of wildlife ecosystems, carried out in the Red Sea area.
GASTAT: Saudi dates exports increase by 4.8% in Q1
Saudi dates exports increased during the 1st quarter of 2022 by 4.8%, reaching more than SR552 million, compared to the same period in 2021.
Car bomb kills at least six in Yemen’s Aden, officials say
Senior army official survived the blast in Aden that killed six and wounded several others, military officials said.
Erdogan says Sweden, Finland must fulfil NATO agreement promises
The Turkish leader says the deal is ‘a diplomatic victory’, but Sweden and Finland must first live up to their promises.
Turkey’s NATO deal may bring nationalist votes back to Erdogan
Turkey blocked Finland and Sweden’s NATO bids until Ankara ‘got what it wanted’ – will that bring wavering voters back?
Iran ready for ‘next stage’ of talks with US on nuclear deal
Iran’s UN ambassador tells the UN Security Council that Tehran is ready to ‘engage constructively again to conclude and reach agreement’.
How Nigeria’s World Cup absence will affect businesses in Qatar
Footballers, officials, fans and business owners in Qatar are counting their losses after the national team failed to qualify for the World Cup.
A new era in Middle Eastern politics?
We analyze what’s behind the exchange of visits by the Saudi crown prince to Turkey, and by the Emir of Qatar to Egypt.
US, Iran indirect nuclear talks conclude without progress
US State Department says Iran “failed to respond positively” to EU mediation efforts in Doha indirect talks.
‘Unfounded allegations’: EU resumes funding of Palestinian NGOs
The European Commission suspended funding for two Palestinian rights groups last year amid Israeli ‘terror’ claims.
Seven reported killed at protests against military rule in Sudan
Protesters are calling for a return to civilian rule and justice for those killed in a violent crackdown in 2019.
Saudi Arabia records significant drop in new COVID-19 cases
Saudi Arabia witnessed a significant drop in new COVID-19 infections on Thursday, with 698 cases recorded over the past 24 hours.
TCL grows footprint in KSA with newest TV and Home Appliance range
TCL Electronics, (1070.HK), the second-largest LCD TV brand in the world and a pioneer in consumer electronics and home appliances has launched its latest product line in Saudi Arabia in partnership with Alesayi Electronics, the sole dis...
Top retail professionals of the region honored at RetailME Summit
Top retail professionals of the Middle East were recognized for their tremendous contribution to the industry at the annual RetailME Summit 2022 held at Dubai Wednesday.
Israeli lawmakers dissolve parliament, election set for Nov. 1
Yair Lapid is poised to become Israel's caretaker prime minister, as Israeli lawmakers dissolved parliament on Thursday, forcing the country's fifth election in less than four years.
7 Pakistani nationals arrested for arranging illegal transportation for Hajj pilgrims
Police in Riyadh arrested seven Pakistani nationals for their involvement in promoting private transportation for Hajj pilgrims traveling to Makkah.
US special envoy reviews Saudi center’s experience in promoting dialogue and co-existence
A delegation from the United States, headed by Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt, was briefed on the programs and activities implemented by King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue.
Saudi Stock Exchange main index loses 203 points at end of trading
Saudi Stock Exchange's main index ended trading lower on Thursday, losing 203.94 points to close at 11,523.25 points.
Garden picnic ideas: 11 ways to enjoy a laid-back dining experience outdoors
These garden picnic ideas will help you make the most of good weather and throw a memorable meal outdoors
OPEC+ oil boost likely not much help to high gasoline prices
The OPEC oil cartel and allied producing nations decided Thursday to boost production of crude by an amount that will likely do little to relieve high gasoline prices at the pump and energy-fueled inflation plaguing the global economy.
UK pledges an extra £1bn in military support to Ukraine
The UK will provide an additional £1bn in military aid for Ukraine, a near-doubling in its support for the fight against the Russian invasion.
Marcos takes helm in Philippines, silent on father’s abuses
Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the namesake son of an ousted dictator, praised his father’s legacy and glossed over its violent past as he was sworn in as Philippine president Thursday after a stunning election victory that opponents say was pull...
Safer roads, a global development challenge for all, says UN official
Every 24 seconds someone is killed in traffic, making safety on the world’s roads a global development challenge for all societies, especially for the most vulnerable, a senior UN official has said, ahead of the first ever High-level Gen...
58% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck after inflation spike - including 30% of those earning $250,000 or more
As the prices for goods keep climbing, even wealthier Americans are feeling financially strained.
Crypto rules to make Europe a global leader as prices plunge
Europe has moved to lead the world in regulating the freewheeling cryptocurrency industry at a time when prices have plunged, wiping out fortunes, fueling skepticism and sparking calls for tighter scrutiny.
US newspapers continuing to die at rate of 2 each week
Despite a growing recognition of what theoretically count as a problem, the United States continues to see newspapers die at the rate of two per week, according to a report issued Wednesday on the state of local news. Areas of the countr...
Bitcoin poised for biggest quarterly drop
Bitcoin is on track for its worst quarter in more than a decade, as more hawkish central banks and a string of high-profile crypto blowups hammer sentiment.
NATO launches biggest military buildup since end of Cold War
The US on Wednesday pledged more troops, warplanes and warships for Europe as NATO launched its biggest military expansion since the Cold War in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Western military alliance declared Russia the ...
German unemployment rises in June as Ukrainian refugees look for work
German unemployment rose in June, Labour Office figures showed on Thursday, as Ukrainian refugees are registering with the office in search of work.
It's alive! How belief in AI sentience is becoming a problem
AI chatbot company Replika, which offers customers bespoke avatars that talk and listen to them, says it receives a handful of messages almost every day from users who believe their online friend is sentient.
N.Korea may be behind new $100 mln cryptocurrency hack, experts say
North Korean hackers are most likely behind an attack last week that stole as much as $100 million in cryptocurrency from a U.S. company, three digital investigative firms have concluded.
At finish line, U.S. Supreme Court readies climate, immigration rulings
The U.S. Supreme Court is set on Thursday to issue its final two rulings of its current term, one on federal agency power to tackle climate change and the other on President Joe Biden's ability to end a hardline immigration policy begun ...
Savings and algorithms: UK supermarkets battle cost of living crisis
Facing the toughest economic conditions in decades, Britain's supermarkets are cutting product ranges, searching for cost savings and patrolling each other's stores to check prices and products as they try to stay one step ahead.
UAE presents National Report on Spent Nuclear Fuel, Radioactive Waste Management
The United Arab Emirates has presented its Fourth National Report on Compliance with the Obligations of the Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management.
Etihad Airways to welcome over 2.7 million guests this summer
Etihad Airways and Abu Dhabi International Airport have geared up resources and are ready to welcome 2.7 million network passengers over the summer months, following a surge in demand for global travel.
Saudi Arabia may raise Aug crude prices to Asia to near record levels
Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia may raise prices of light crude grades to Asia for the second straight month in August on the back of record distillate margins and strong spot premiums for Middle Eastern oil this month.
Biden administration throws support behind potential F-16 sale to Turkey
The Biden administration threw its support on Wednesday behind the potential sale of U.S. F-16 fighter jets to Turkey, a day after Ankara lifted a veto of NATO membership for Finland and Sweden.
Russia may buy 'friendly' countries' currencies to weaken rouble -Siluanov
Russia may start buying the currencies of "friendly" countries and use those holdings to try to influence the exchange rate of the dollar and euro, as a means of countering sharp gains in the rouble, its finance minister said on Wednesday.
A U.S. FCC commissioner urges Apple, Google to boot TikTok from app stores
A Republican member of the Federal Communications Commission has urged the chief executives of Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google to kick Chinese-owned TikTok out of its app stores.
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