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’We are not trash’: Horrors suffered by Canada’s Indigenous women

  • PRINCE RUPERT, Canada: A mountain of windswept garbage. Beneath it, bodies. For years, the remains discarded by a serial killer have languished in a landfill — the latest chapter in a long history of violence against Canada’s Indigenous women. Morgan Harris and Marcedes Myran were raped, kille...
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Jeddah Season 2024 launching June 27

  • JEDDAH: Jeddah Season 2024 will launch next week under the slogan “Once Again,” the Saudi Press Agency reported. The opening ceremony will be held on June 27 at 9:30 p.m. in the Art Promenade area located within the Jeddah Waterfront. According to the SPA, Jeddah Season 2024 will offer a va...
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Princess Nourah University launches Masar program

  • RIYADH: The summer program Masar was launched on Sunday at the Students Career Support Center at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, with the participation of private sector entities. The program aims to prepare female university students and graduates for the labor market by un...
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Saudia tops Kingdom’s airlines in May for passenger satisfaction and resolution: GACA 

  • RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s flagship carrier, Saudia, registered the fewest complaints among the Kingdom’s airlines and documented a 95 percent resolution rate, according to official data.  In its May rankings of air transport service providers and airports, the General Authority of Civil Avi...
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Locals protest against Turkish island’s ‘monstrobuses’

  • ISTANBUL: Ibrahim Aycan has been waging all-out war against the electric minibuses newly introduced on the car-free island of Buyukada, which he says threaten his corner of paradise on the southern shores of Istanbul. “We live a peaceful life here,” said Aycan, a lawyer and head of the Associa...
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Sheikh Sabah the ideal candidate to guide Kuwait

  • As a writer who values thoroughness and insight, I chose not to rush this article, opting instead to observe the current climate before offering my analysis. The nomination of Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah as crown prince by Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah has gen...
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10th International Yoga Day celebrated in Saudi Arabia

  • JEDDAH: June 21 was the International Day of Yoga. This year’s edition, the 10th, was held under the theme “Yoga for Self and Society,” emphasizing the importance of a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. To mark the occasion in Riyadh, a celebration was held at the Prince Faisal Bin Fah...
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Saudi Arabia shines at Beijing book fair

  • JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia has taken center stage as guest of honor at the Beijing International Book Fair, with the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Award for Cultural Cooperation between the Kingdom and China a highlight of the event. The award, launched in March by the Saudi Minister of Culture, Prince...
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Japanese Emperor Naruhito finally begins delayed UK state visit

  • LONDON: Emperor Naruhito and his wife begin a week long visit to Britain on Saturday, visiting Oxford University where they both studied and attending a formal banquet with King Charles, but there are no plans for a meeting with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Naruhito and his wife, Empress Masako...
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Over 160k visitors attend Eid events in Hail

  • HAIL: More than 160,000 citizens, residents, tourists and visitors attended this year’s Eid Al-Adha celebrations at Al-Bahja Garden and Prince Saud bin Abdul Mohsen Park in Hail city. Municipality spokesperson Saud Al-Ali said the celebrations showcased the region’s high quality of life and m...
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