NATO launches biggest military buildup since end of Cold War

NATO launches biggest military buildup since end of Cold War

  • NATO will be ‘strengthened in all directions across every domain — land, air and sea’
By AFP ·

Hajj ministry announces alternative flights, facilities to accommodate pilgrims facing issues from UK, Europe and America video

Hajj ministry announces alternative flights, facilities to accommodate pilgrims facing issues from UK, Europe and America

  • This comes after people faced technical issues while applying for hajj via the electronic portal
  • Additional seats were added on flights after people reported limited capacities on flights
By Arab News ·

Update Unemployment among Saudis falls to 10.1% in Q1, 2022 - lowest in 7 years graphic

Unemployment among Saudis falls to 10.1% in Q1, 2022 - lowest in 7 years

By Arab News ·

Update Saudi crown prince announces ‘national priorities’ for research, development projects

Saudi crown prince announces ‘national priorities’ for research, development projects

  • The twenty-year long aspirations include developments in the fields of health, environmental sustainability, leadership in energy and industry
By Arab News ·

Qatar provides $60m in support for Lebanese Army

Qatar provides $60m in support for Lebanese Army

  • The announcement comes within the framework of Qatar’s firm commitment to support Lebanon
By Arab News ·

US tells pharmas to make Covid boosters targeting BA.4 and BA.5

US tells pharmas to make Covid boosters targeting BA.4 and BA.5

  • A panel of medical experts convened by the agency voted in favor of updating Covid vaccines against Omicron
  • BA.4 and BA.5, which are more transmissible and immune evasive, now comprise more than 52 percent of US Covid cases
By AFP ·

Journalist murdered in Mexico, 12th this year

Journalist murdered in Mexico, 12th this year

  • De la Cruz, who had been a journalist for 15 years, was also a spokesman for a political party, Movimiento Ciudadano.
  • More than 150 journalists have been murdered since 2000 in Mexico, one of the world’s most dangerous countries for the media
By AFP ·

Journalist murdered in Mexico, 12th this year

Journalist murdered in Mexico, 12th this year

  • De la Cruz, who had been a journalist for 15 years, was also a spokesman for a political party, Movimiento Ciudadano.
  • More than 150 journalists have been murdered since 2000 in Mexico, one of the world’s most dangerous countries for the media
By AFP ·