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King promotes and appoints 64 judges
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has issued a Royal Order, promoting and appointing a total of 64 judges, affiliated to the Court of Grievances, it was announced here on Friday.
This was disclosed by the President of the Court of Grievances and Chief of the Administrative Judiciary Council Sheikh Dr. Khalid bin Mohammed Al-Yousef.
According to the statement, 46 judges have been promoted and 18 newly appointed.
Most G20 states revolt against US pressure
The US-led initiative to isolate Russia through sanctions has not succeeded, because half the countries in the Group of Twenty leading global economies, refused to participate.
KSrelief holds joint meeting with UNHCR and WHO in Poland
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) held Tuesday a joint meeting in Warsaw with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the World Hea...
Saudi Arabia allows domestic workers greater freedom to switch jobs
Saudi Arabia recently adopted significant changes to labor regulations, clarifying the circumstances allowing domestic workers to swap employers independently of the previous em...
King, Crown Prince congratulate President of Chad on Independence Day
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has sent a cable of congratulations to Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, Head of Transitional Military Council and President of the Republi...
Citizen Account Program: Each of six beneficiaries owns over 79 properties!
Abdullah Al-Hajri, director general of communications for the Citizen Account Program, revealed that the program has monitored that a number of beneficiaries managed to obtain s...
Qatar World Cup could start a day earlier than scheduled
Opening ceremony and Qatar versus Ecuador match could be played on November 20, according to a proposal put forward.
US accuses Iranian operative of plotting to kill John Bolton
The Justice Department says the IRGC member offered $300,000 to assassinate Donald Trump’s former national security adviser.
Gordon Brown says energy firms unable to offer lower bills should be temporarily re-nationalised
Former PM calls for energy price cap to be scrapped and new lower prices renegotiated by government
Record rainfall kills at least 9 in Seoul as water floods buildings, submerges cars
Record downpours flooded homes, roads and subway stations in the South Korean capital Seoul this week, killing at least nine people, as forecasters warned of more rain to come. ...
Nasrallah speech sparks fears of power vacuum in Lebanon
Doubts were cast over the upcoming presidential election in Lebanon later this year, after Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah called on Lebanese officials “to form a...
Apple's new AI image generator is just so... Apple
If you've visited the Creative Bloq website recently then you probably already know about the many different AI generators that have been unleashed on the internet. Google was t...
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