Daesh announces death of leader

Daesh announces death of leader

  • Speaking in an audio message, the spokesman identified the group’s new leader as Abu Al-Hussein Al-Husseini Al-Qurashi
  • The White House welcomed the news that the leader was killed
By Reuters ·

Special Diriyah’s At-Turaif and Bujairi Terrace set to bring to life the birthplace of the modern Saudi state video

Diriyah’s At-Turaif and Bujairi Terrace set to bring to life the birthplace of the modern Saudi state

  • Opening season of the two developments will include a vibrant public program of events, performances, and activities for all visitors
  • Visitors to UNESCO World Heritage site At-Turaif will get a chance to savor Bujairi Terrace’s eagerly awaited culinary district
By Lama Alhamawi ·

King Abdulaziz Camel Festival kicks off on Thursday

King Abdulaziz Camel Festival kicks off on Thursday

  • The festival will feature entertainment, including cultural and heritage shows, and popular markets such as Al-Dahna Market
  • Several different breeds of camels will participate in around 75 competitions
By Hebshi Al-Shammari ·

Saudi forum to explore future of philosophy, science

Saudi forum to explore future of philosophy, science

By Hebshi Alshammari ·

Special Young Saudi gymnast wins 1st place at inaugural GCC competition

Young Saudi gymnast wins 1st place at inaugural GCC competition

By Rahaf Jambi ·

Russia sends reinforcements to northern Syria

Russia sends reinforcements to northern Syria

  • The move by Damascus ally Moscow comes after Ankara launched air strikes on Kurdish targets in Syria and Iraq on November 20
  • Residents of Tal Rifaat, a Kurdish-held pocket north of Aleppo, told AFP that Russian troop reinforcements had reached the city
By AFP ·

India seeks urgent start to rupee-dirham trade with UAE

India seeks urgent start to rupee-dirham trade with UAE

  • Reduces forex risks, US dollar reliance, says envoy
  • “Landmark model” for other nations if successful
By Sanjay Kumar ·

Brand activism: why companies should think twice before practicing it

Brand activism: why companies should think twice before practicing it

  • From missing cultural nuances in the Arab world to targeting women, here’s how products can lose popularity
  • Audi, Pfizer, General Mills, and Volkswagen are among some of the biggest brands to pause ads over concerns about brand safety and content moderation
By Zaira Lakhpatwala ·

Brand activism: why companies should think twice before practicing it

Brand activism: why companies should think twice before practicing it

  • From missing cultural nuances in the Arab world to targeting women, here’s how products can lose popularity
  • Audi, Pfizer, General Mills, and Volkswagen are among some of the biggest brands to pause ads over concerns about brand safety and content moderation
By Zaira Lakhpatwala ·