Saudi Arabia’s Formula E tickets go on sale in Riyadh

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The sale points are Riyadh Park mall, Oud Square at the Diplomatic Quarter, Seven Car Lounge and Doos Carting. (Supplied)
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The sale points are Riyadh Park mall, Oud Square at the Diplomatic Quarter, Seven Car Lounge and Doos Carting.(Supplied)
Updated 14 December 2018

Saudi Arabia’s Formula E tickets go on sale in Riyadh

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Ad Diriyah E-prix tickets are now available to purchase directly across certain sale points in Riyadh.

The Formula E event is set to begin on December 13th and run for 3 days until the 15th, where event goers will be also be enjoying music from global artists, and race-related games and cultural activities for families.

The artists performing at the E-Prix include Enrique Iglesias, Jason Derulo, The Black-Eyed Peas, Amr Diab, OneRepublic and David Guetta.

The sale points are Riyadh Park mall, Oud Square at the Diplomatic Quarter, Seven Car Lounge and Doos Carting.


US officials to ban TikTok, WeChat downloads from Sunday

Updated 12 min 55 sec ago

US officials to ban TikTok, WeChat downloads from Sunday

  • The move comes amid rising US-China tensions over technology

WASHINGTON: US officials on Friday ordered a ban on downloads of the popular Chinese-owned mobile applications WeChat and TikTok from Sunday, saying they threaten national security.
The move comes amid rising US-China tensions over technology and a Trump administration effort to engineer a sale of the video app TikTok to American investors.
“The Chinese Communist Party has demonstrated the means and motives to use these apps to threaten the national security, foreign policy, and the economy of the US,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said in a statement.
The initiative would ban WeChat, an app with massive use among Chinese speakers, and TikTok from the online marketplaces operated by Apple and Google.