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Pakistani grain exporters seek government permission to export 3.9 million tons surplus wheat

  • KARACHI: Exporters have sought permission from the government this week to export surplus wheat to neighboring and Gulf countries to stabilize local markets following a bumper crop in Pakistan. Pakistan’s wheat production during 2023-24 stood at 31.4 million tons compared to 28.2 million tons...
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Saudi Arabia launches world’s largest renewable energy geographic survey

  • RIYADH: The world’s largest renewable energy survey will take place in Saudi Arabia, it has been announced – with the installation of 1,200 measuring stations. The Kingdom’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz Al-Saud inaugurated the Geographic Survey Project for Renewable Energy, stating that i...
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Spinneys CEO sets out Saudi retail growth plans after flagship store launch in Riyadh

  • RIYADH: Dubai-based supermarket chain Spinneys has made its debut in Saudi Arabia by launching its first store in Riyadh’s La Strada Yard.  The 43,520 sq. ft. flagship outlet in Riyadh’s emerging mixed-use development marks the beginning of Spinneys’ expansion strategy in the capital cit...
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Australia, Saudi Arabia trade expo to be held in Riyadh in October

  • RIYADH: Agriculture, healthcare, and education are among the sectors that will benefit from a new conference aiming to boost partnership deals between Saudi Arabia and Australia.  Set to be held from Oct. 21 to 22 at the KAFD Conference Centre in Riyadh, the inaugural Auss...
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Hatton wins LIV Golf Nashville, leads Legion XIII to team victory

  • COLLEGE GROVE: After three and a half years without an individual victory, Tyrrell Hatton proved this week that not only can he win again, he can also dominate. His Legion XIII team, meanwhile, proved it can win a birdiefest. Hatton romped to victory Sunday at LIV Golf Nashville, shooting a f...
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Saudi Arabia’s trade surplus hits yearly high of $11bn in April amid surge in non-oil exports

  • RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s trade balance surplus hit a year-high of SR41.4 billion ($11.04 billion) in April, a 36 percent increase from the previous month, fueled by a surge in non-oil exports.  According to the General Authority for Statistics, the Kingdom’s non-oil shipments rose by 12.4 ...
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For Iran’s youth, legacy of 2022 clashes shapes presidential race

  • DUBAI: Atousa joined angry protests against Iran’s rulers in 2022 that loyalists like Reza helped crush. Two years on, the two young Iranians’ political views remain at odds, reflecting a rift that will shape the outcome of presidential elections this week. Now 22, Atousa says she will abstain ...
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Modi 3.0 and India’s distant Pakistan policy

  • For India, democracy has proven to be a great asset and the loss of seats in the Lok Sabha by the Bharatya Janata Party (BJP) has shown that the Indian electorate has the collective wisdom to correct the course of their country’s trajectory. The self-correction inherent in a system of checks an...
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Thousands of Iran-backed fighters offer to join Hezbollah in its fight against Israel

  • BEIRUT: Thousands of fighters from Iran-backed groups in the Middle East are ready to come to Lebanon to join with the militant Hezbollah group in its battle with Israel if the simmering conflict escalates into a full-blown war, officials with Iran-backed factions and analysts say. Almost dail...
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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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