0 Breaking News
- They start their engines and hit the roads throughout the Kingdom
- End of driving ban is crowning achievement so far of Saudi Vision 2030
- Six specialized driving schools have been issued licenses to train women in driving in five cities across the Kingdom.
- Twenty-two centers have been opened in 22 cities and governorates to exchange foreign driving licenses for local ones for Saudi female citizens and residents.
- The General Security has already reported that it will be providing the required provisions for female drivers in Saudi Arabia.
- Private insurance company Najm, in partnership with the General Department of Traffic, has hired 40 women and trained them to respond to road accidents involving female drivers.
- Erdogan has just under 53 percent in the presidential poll while Ince, of the secular Republican People’s Party (CHP), was on 31 percent, state-run Anadolu news agency said, based on a 96 percent vote count
- The pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) was polling 11 percent, well over the 10 percent minimum threshold needed to win 46 seats, which would make it the second largest opposition party in the new chamber
- Analysts believe it could become Nigeria’s biggest security concern, eclipsing Boko Haram’s Islamist insurgency that has left at least 20,000 dead since 2009
- The violence — fueled by ethnic, religious and political allegiances — has killed thousands over several decades
- The dollar was being offered for as much as 87,000 rials, compared to around 75,500 on Thursday
- The currency has been sliding for months because of a weak economy
- The disappointing Poland became the first European side eliminated from the tournament
- The South Americans’ bid for a place in the last 16 will be determined by the results from their final game with Senegal
- After mocking censors working over time to delete comparisons of President Xi Jinping with the cartoon bear, comedian John Oliver and now the website of TV giant HBO have fallen victim to China’s censorship machine
- HBO joins a long list of Western media outlets that have had their websites blocked in China including The New York Times, Facebook, and Twitter