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Millions of pilgrims walk to Mina to perform Jamarat, Eid Al-Adha prayers

  • They had spent the previous night camped out after having been to Mount Arafat
  • Tuesday also marked the start of Eid Al-Adha
By Arab News ·

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King Salman receives Saudi Grand Mufti, princes, and military leaders

  • King Salman extends Eid Al-Adha greetings to Saudi citizens, pilgrims and senior officials
  • King Salman arrived in Mina on Monday to supervise services being provided to pilgrims
By Arab News ·

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Defense experts deride Iran’s ‘new fighter jet’

  • It is a fourth-generation fighter, with ‘advanced avionics’ and multi-purpose radar
  • The plane was first publicly announced on Saturday by Defense Minister Amir Hatami
By Arab News ·

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King Salman receives Saudi Grand Mufti, princes, and military leaders

  • King Salman extends Eid Al-Adha greetings to Saudi citizens, pilgrims and senior officials
  • King Salman arrived in Mina on Monday to supervise services being provided to pilgrims
By Arab News ·

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Pilgrims praise Saudi efforts during Hajj

By MOHAMMED AL-KINANI ·

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Amenities provided for pilgrims on Arafat

By HUSSAM AL-MAYMAN ·

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No indication North Korea nuclear activities stopped: UN watchdog

  • ‘The continuation and further development of the DPRK’s nuclear program and related statements by the DPRK are a cause for grave concern’
  • The watchdog has stepped up monitoring through open source information and satellite imagery
By AFP ·

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World’s biggest sovereign fund worried about trade wars

  • The fund posted a positive return of 1.8 percent, or 167 billion kroner ($19.8 billion), in the second quarter
  • Markets are worried about a trade dispute between the United States and China
By AFP ·

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Al-Nassr ready to challenge for title after signing Brazilian Giuliano

  • Riyadh club have not won the title since 2015 and have set their stall out to win it for the ninth time.
  • Brazilian Giuliano is the latest star to sign for Al-Nassr, joining Nigeria international Ahmed Musa.

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Reminder: Your smartphone is likely tracking your location

  • Most apps now use location tracking, and not just for obvious purposes like maps and transport
  • A study by Yale University found that three quarters of Android apps contained trackers — usually containing advertising
By Erwan Lucas | AFP ·
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UAE-based designer creates modest fashion at a modest price

By RACHEL MCARTHUR ·

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‘Gold’ whips up India’s patriotism through hockey

By Gautaman Bhaskaran ·