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Diplomats in Riyadh discuss sustainability perspectives ahead of Season 8 of Formula E World Championship

  • RIYADH: Spreading the truth about climate change and the need for sustainability is very important in relation to a changing climate, and how it impacts life on Earth, said panelists at a discussion hosted by the Swedish and Swiss embassies to the Kingdom. Swedish Ambassador Niclas Trouvé and...
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KSrelief signs executive program to support orphans in Mali

  • RIYADH:  The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has signed an executive program to support orphans in Mali, the Saudi Press Agency reported. It will benefit 1,317 individuals in the cities and towns of Bamako, Koulikoro, Segou, Gao, and Sikasso. The program was signed by Ah...
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UN: ‘Extreme lack of food’ for many in Tigray

  • NAIROBI: More than a third of the people in Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray region “are suffering an extreme lack of food,” the UN World Food Programme said in a new assessment of a region under a months-long government blockade. “Families are exhausting all means to feed themselves, with three q...
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Europeans set two-week deadline to review untenable situation in Mali

  • PARIS: European allies have agreed to draw up plans within two weeks for how to continue their fight against militants in Mali, Denmark’s defense minister said, after France said the situation with the Malian junta had become untenable. Tensions have escalated between Mali and its internationa...
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Cartoon by Amjad Rasmi. (Courtesy of Asharq Al-Awsat)

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UK stands with UAE after fatal Houthi attack: Foreign secretary

  • LONDON: British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said on Friday that the UK stands “with our Emirati friends” following a deadly attack by Yemen’s Houthi militia last week. Speaking during a phone call with her UAE counterpart, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, Truss strongly condemned the attack that kil...
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If we want peace, we should prepare for war

  • Well, so much for the Biden presidency. Wasn’t it supposed to mark a shift from the narcissistic disorder of Donald Trump and restore a sensible political balance both domestically and internationally? Wasn’t the US supposed to be the adult in the room again, supported by its sober and capable ...
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The return of inflation in US and Western Europe

  • Inflation was one of the landmark economic stories of the late 20th century. Mounting macroeconomic challenges in the 1960s led to the 1971 US decision to abandon the Bretton Woods standard and, along with oil market disruptions after 1973, unleashed the Great Inflation — an unprecedented price...
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Who’s Who: Rabab Khodary, health economics and market access manager at Janssen Pharmaceuticals

  • Rabab Khodary has been health economics and  market access manager for hemato-oncology at Janssen Pharmaceuticals of Johnson and Johnson since May 2021. During her time in the role, she has helped to accelerate patients’ access to innovative products through operational processes in the ...
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Thailand’s labor, tourism sectors gear up for opportunities in Saudi Arabia

  • BANGKOK: Thailand’s labor and tourism sector chiefs on Friday said they were looking forward to exploring opportunities in Saudi Arabia in the wake of a restoration of ties between the two countries following the Thai prime minister’s visit to Riyadh. PM Prayut Chan-o-cha was in the Saudi cap...
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