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Tunisian government, unions agree to talks on IMF reform program
Tunisia’s government and both its main labor and commerce unions agreed on Friday to start talks on Monday over economic reforms required by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a rescue program.
Saudi Arabia expands Umrah with visa allowance
All Saudi visa holders are now permitted to perform Umrah in the wake of a decision by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah.
Can Airbnb Outperform a Potential Recession?
Airbnb was formed during the 2008 financial crisis and evolved during the Covid-19 pandemic. WSJ’s Preetika Rana and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky share insight into the home-sharing giant’s success and what the future might hold for the company.
Update of the CDC's guidelines for dealing with the corona virus: There is no longer a difference between vaccinated, unvaccinated and not validly vaccinated
The CDC updates its recommendations regarding Covid-19. The main change in the recommendations is that from now on those exposed to the virus are not required to be isolated (it is recommended to wear a mask for 10 days and get tested af...
New Zealand needs wealthy visitors not 'noodle-eating backpackers', says Ardern's tourism minister
The remarks have been condemned as out of touch and elitist
Saudi Arabia records 130 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death
Saudi Arabia recorded on Thursday 130 COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 811,642.
Saudi-Indonesia deal paves way for resumption of hiring domestic workers after a gap of 11 years
Riyadh and Jakarta have agreed to resume hiring of Indonesian house workers to the Kingdom effective from Thursday and this is after a hiatus of 11 years.
Saudi Arabia allows holders of tourist, commercial visas to perform Umrah
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced on Thursday that those who obtained tourist visas and commercial visas will now be allowed to perform the Umrah pilgrimage during their stay in Saudi Arabia.
Disney overtakes Netflix in battle for subscribers
Disney will launch a new ad-supported streaming service in the US in December, as it overtakes Netflix in the race for paid subscribers.
UN trade body calls for halting cryptocurrency rise in developing countries
The UN trade and development body, UNCTAD, has called for action to curb cryptocurrencies in developing nations, in three policy briefs published on Wednesday.
Young workers have been hit hardest by COVID fallout, says UN labor agency
The number of young people globally who can’t find a job this year is set to reach 73 million – that’s a full six million more than before COVID-19, the UN labor agency said on Thursday.
Dem congressman says monthly inflation is zero, claims US not in a recession
Rep. Don Beyer said in the House Rules Committee that the United States is not experiencing a recession, despite two negative growth quarters
Crushed by war, Syrian tourism eyes expat uptick
Somar Hazim had high hopes when he opened a hotel in Damascus in 2009, adding to a growing number of boutique guest houses in the Old City that were proving to be a hit with tourists, before war broke out and forced him to close down.
India tops globally with twice as many women pilots as the US
Nivedita Bhasin became the world’s youngest commercial airline captain in 1989, but the Indian pilot still recalls her early years when other crew would urge her to rush into the cockpit so passengers wouldn’t get nervous at the sight of...
Saudi Ministry of Health call center gets over 8 million calls in H1 2022
Saudi Arabia’s 937 call center received over eight million calls in H1 2022 with a satisfaction average of 89.56 percent, the official Saudi Press Agency reported on Monday.
West Bank Palestinians to start flying from Israel’s Ramon Airport to Turkey
Palestinians from the West Bank will be able to fly on special flights from Ramon Airport, near the Red Sea resort city of Eilat, to destinations in Turkey, Israel’s Airports Authority said on Tuesday.
New COVID-19 cases in Saudi Arabia still stay below 200-mark
New COVID-19 cases in Saudi Arabia stayed below the 200-mark on Tuesday, with 145 new infections recorded over the past 24 hours.
1st Batch Of Indian Students Stuck Back Home Will Arrive "Very Soon"
"We are working intensively for the return of foreign students to China and this process for Indian student's return has begun," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a media briefing here.
Abeer medical group honored to serve Hajj pilgrims
Abeer Medical Group, by way of Saudi National Hospital (SNH), a Makkah-based medical facility that is managed and operated by the group, served Hajj pilgrims during their stay in the holy city; amounting to over 500 treatments in total d...
Self-generated sexual abuse of children aged seven to 10 rises two-thirds
Disturbing global trend should be ‘entirely preventable’, says Internet Watch Foundation head
Russia suspends US inspections of its nuclear weapons arsenal
Moscow blames Ukraine war sanctions for preventing mutual inspection of its nuclear arms under New Start treaty
Pfizer agrees to $5.4B deal for Global Blood Therapeutics
Pfizer Inc. has agreed to buy Global Blood Therapeutics Inc. for $5.4 billion, in a deal that would give the big drugmaker a foothold in the treatment of sickle-cell disease.
Malcolm Gladwell says people must return to the office to regain ‘sense of belonging’
Gladwell said employers are not doing a good job of convincing their employees why returning to the office is in their best interest
Saudi Arabia records 183 new COVID-19 cases, zero death
Saudi Arabia recorded on Monday 183 COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 811,217.
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