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Al-Naimi’s message

  • In a changing world environment politically and economically, Saudi Arabia is sending a reassuring message that it is committed to its traditional role of balancing the market at a price by keeping an excess capacity while joining hands to make use of new technology that can even address some of...
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Long break

  • We are, hopefully, in the league’s final break. The Saudi national team is in training camp in Malaysia in preparation for the second match against Indonesia this coming Saturday in Jakarta....
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Not good vibes for Hilal

  • Tonight another round of the AFC Champions League will end with Ahli and Hilal. Ahli plays Nassr from UAE in Dubai, and Hilal takes on Ray’yan from Qatar in Riyadh....
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Local problems, global solutions

  • It was definitely not a part of the official agenda of the Arab Economic Summit in Riyadh which concluded yesterday. The summit had a clear focus on economic issues. Nevertheless it would definitely be there on the sidelines of the high-level official meetings in direct or indirect deliberations....
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Thirst for change at the heart of Pakistan protest

  • Tears roll down Mohammad Zubair’s cheeks as he speaks about the misery of being jobless in Pakistan, cursing the ruling elite and pinning his hopes for a better future on a populist religious scholar....
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NRA offensive exposes deep divisions on guns

  • Any chance for national unity on US gun violence appeared to wane a week after the Connecticut school massacre, as the powerful NRA gun rights lobby called on Friday for armed guards in every school and gun-control advocates vehemently rejected the proposal....
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While I am writing (Part 1)

  • Certainly some writers are in agony and some are in trouble. They are the writers who write with conscientious awareness of responsibility and believe that God will ask them about their writings. I certainly do not mean those who write for the sake of their own interests and acquire a cheap name...
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Time to earn that Nobel, Mr. President!

  • Some of the loudest cheers over Barack Obama’s re-election originated in the Middle East. Although the Arabs and Muslims didn’t have much to celebrate during his first term, they still plumped and prayed for the candidate Obama perhaps a little more than the rest of the world hoping...
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Accusations against Saudi legal system are baseless

  • The international press (Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today and others) published recently reports that accuse Saudi legal system of human rights violations. One story was about the arrest of Najla Wafa, which was almost picked verbatim, even the story’s picture, from Ahram...
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Malaria: A solid investment for GCC countries

  • DESPITE best efforts and tremendous progress, malaria continues to infect an estimated 216 million people around the world each year. Nearly half of these cases occur in predominantly Muslim countries.Malaria kills more than 650,000 people each year, of which approximately 560,000 are children...
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