10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015: UNICEF

10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015: UNICEF

  • Four out of every five children need humanitarian assistance in Yemen
By Reuters ·

Special Saudi interior ministry’s high-tech revolution draws crowds at Dubai’s GITEX

Saudi interior ministry’s high-tech revolution draws crowds at Dubai’s GITEX

  • Saudi pavilions have managed to steal the limelight, receiving the largest turnout of visitors and specialists in the field of technology and smart solutions
  • The ministry’s pavilion is showcasing a revolution in digital transformation and smart solutions in the Kingdom thanks to the Absher platform
By Mohammed Al-Sulami ·

Beirut blast memorial wall covered in portraits of victims

Beirut blast memorial wall covered in portraits of victims

  • American artist Brady Black draws more than 200 portraits to memorialize every victim killed in the Aug. 4, 2020 explosion
  • Black collaborated with an art institute in Beirut: ‘All I can do is hope it is helping them in some way’
By Bassam Zaazaa ·

UK Afghan envoy warned of Taliban threat in lead-up to dramatic takeover

UK Afghan envoy warned of Taliban threat in lead-up to dramatic takeover

  • Sir Laurie Bristow’s urgent cables raise questions over British handling of mass evacuation
  • Two months before the takeover, Bristow predicted the Taliban would ‘escalate its campaign’ only after international military withdrawal was irreversible
By Arab News ·

Facebook to review Arabic, Hebrew content moderation policies

Facebook to review Arabic, Hebrew content moderation policies

  • Social networking giant accepts recommendation to engage neutral, independent entity for policy assessment
By Arab News ·

Facebook to review Arabic, Hebrew content moderation policies

Facebook to review Arabic, Hebrew content moderation policies

  • Social networking giant accepts recommendation to engage neutral, independent entity for policy assessment
By Arab News ·

SACF sign MoU with JSW Sports to develop Cricket in Saudi Arabia

SACF sign MoU with JSW Sports to develop Cricket in Saudi Arabia

  • The partnership, will see the JSW Group’s sports vertical come on board as a consultant, with the aim to grow and develop cricket in the Kingdom in line with the ‘Saudi Vision 2030’
  • Additionally, the SACF will also aim to establish a high-performance programme to professionalize the structure and setup for cricket in the country, in association with JSW Sports
By Rashid Hassan ·