Dawn of a new leader, Kuwait’s new emir sworn in and pledges to do his ‘utmost best’

  • The new Emir said the country’s constitution ensured a “smooth transition” of leadership
  • He succeeds his brother Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah who ruled Kuwait since 2006
By Arab News ·

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‘Just shut up, man’ - Biden and Trump trade personal insults in first presidential debate

  • Biden called the president a ‘clown,’ ‘racist,’  and ‘a liar’
  • Trump attacked Biden as a puppet in the hands of the radical left
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Arab world mourns death of Kuwait’s emir

  • Kuwait says goodbye to “Emir of Humanity”
  • Sheikh Sabah has been succeeded as emir by his brother
By Hebshi Alshammari ·

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Egypt hosts talks over Libyan reconciliation process

By Mohammed Abu Zaid ·

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U20 Mayors Summit: Reimagining the city in the age of COVID-19

By Frank Kane ·

Saudi Cabinet congratulates security forces for thwarting terror cell

  • King Salman thanked international leaders and officials for their messages of congratulations to the Kingdom and its people on the occasion of its 90th National Day
By SPA ·

Saudi app fights fake promotions, discounts

By Hebshi Alshammari ·

Ministry makes 14-day gap between two Umrahs mandatory

By Tareq Al-Thaqafi ·

Dawn of a new leader, Kuwait’s new emir sworn in and pledges to do his ‘utmost best’

  • The new Emir said the country’s constitution ensured a “smooth transition” of leadership
  • He succeeds his brother Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah who ruled Kuwait since 2006
By Arab News ·

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First Abu Dhabi Bank and Egypt Post launch services drive

  • The First Abu Dhabi Bank is the largest bank in the United Arab Emirates
By Mohammed Abu Zaid ·

Fati delights, Jovic disappoints, optimism for Atletico

  • Atletico scored 19 fewer goals than champions Real Madrid last season and 35 fewer than Barcelona
By AFP ·

Global Amazon marketing agency Podean launches in Middle East

  • Business aims to provide brands with the tools to boost revenues from online sales to 230 million people in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Turkey
By Zaira Lakhpatwala ·