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New Arab and Muslim state legislators have many issues to address

  • A record 12 Arabs and Muslims won seats in the legislatures of six US states in this month’s midterm elections, among a total of more than 80 who won elective office in the country. However, they have a huge burden on their shoulders when it comes to addressing the issues that mainstream Americ...
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Latest technology helping to put Saudi art under global spotlight

  • RIYADH: Technology and traditional practices are being combined to help raise the profile of Saudi art on the global stage. With the assistance of an immersive experience design company, artists taking part in major events being held in the Kingdom are using augmented, virtual, and mixed real...
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Noor Riyadh festival wins six Guinness World Records

  • RIYADH: Noor Riyadh wrapped up its cultural and artistic events on Saturday, after setting six Guinness World Records, including for largest celebration of light arts. The 17-day festival achieved five other records for the artwork titled “Pulse of Light” — longest distance covered for a ligh...
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Noor Riyadh festival wins six Guinness World Records

  • RIYADH: Noor Riyadh wrapped up its cultural and artistic events on Saturday, after setting six Guinness World Records, including for largest celebration of light arts. The 17-day festival achieved five other records for the artwork titled “Pulse of Light” — longest distance covered for a ligh...
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GFH conference spotlights opportunities in Europe & US

  • GFH Financial Group B.S.C concluded on Nov. 15 an investor conference at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, focusing on real estate opportunities in Europe and the US. GFH continues to expand its footprint in the two regions, further strengthening its international presence and growing po...
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Falcon tradition inspires passion in World Cup host Qatar

  • DOHA: Qatar has become a focal point for soccer since winning the right to host the World Cup. But another sport is flying high in the historic center of the capital, Doha, as over a million foreign fans flock to the tiny emirate: Falconry. At the bustling Souq Waqif, a 100-year-old labyrinth...
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Hammer blow for Senegal as Mane ruled out of World Cup

  • DOHA: Senegal star Sadio Mane has lost his race to be fit for the 2022 World Cup and has been withdrawn from their squad, the country’s football federation announced on Thursday. His club Bayern Munich added later that the 30-year-old, who was voted second in the Ballon d’Or last month behind ...
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US politics behind FBI probe of Abu Akleh killing

  • Israeli sources, rather than American, announced this week that the FBI was launching an investigation into the May 11 killing of American Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. Abu Akleh was shot in the head by a sniper while covering an Israeli military assault against targets in the Wes...
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Crypto exchange giant FTX collapses, files for bankruptcy

  • NEW YORK: It took less than a week for FTX to go from the third-largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world to bankruptcy court. The embattled cryptocurrency exchange, short billions of dollars, sought bankruptcy protection after the exchange experienced the crypto equivalent of a bank run. F...
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How Arab American politicians can best serve their community

  • Even though we saw a slight increase in the number of Arabs and Muslims who ran for and won office in Tuesday’s midterm elections in the US, the key to being effective is not in your ethnicity, religion or nationality. That is a fallacy that many Arab and Muslim candidates take with them when t...
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