RIYADH | SAUDI ARABIA – HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saudi, Crown Prince, Vice President of Council of Ministers and Minister of Defense has sent a cable congratulations to David Hurley, the Governor General of Commonwealth of Australia on the anniversary of Australia Day.
In his cable, HRH Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman wished the Governor General constant good health and happiness and his people steady progress and prosperity.
The Saudi Ministry of Culture announced the establishment of the Red Sea Museum, which will open its doors in 2020, in Bab Al Banat in the Historic Jeddah. The ministry says the museum will include manuscripts, photos, and books, which tell the story of the Bab al-Bunt’s heritage and demonstrate its role as a historical … Continue reading ARTS & CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT | Jeddah Host The Red Sea Museum→
Bahrain’s interior ministry said on Sunday it had foiled a ‘terrorist attack’ early this year that was backed by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The statement confirmed earlier media reports about an alleged planned attack and added a timeframe. Earlier on Sunday Saudi state television Al-Ekhbariya and Bahraini newspaper Akhbar Al-Khaleej reported that interior ministry … Continue reading NEWS | Bahrain Says Foiled ‘Terrorist Attack’ Backed By Iran In Early 2020→
The Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has released its updated traveler’s guide, which accommodates the ongoing pandemic after approving international travel for some exceptional cases. The new regulations entail that non – Saudis who are entering the Kingdom must provide a medical report of their coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test and its negative results, … Continue reading TRAVEL | What You Need To Know About Travel Guidelines In Saudi Arabia→
LONDON – Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman warned traders against betting heavily in the oil market saying he will try to make the market jumpy and promised those who gamble on the oil price would be ‘ouching like hell’.
BEIRUT – Restoring Beirut’s damaged architectural heritage following the devastating August explosion will take hundreds of millions of dollars and costs will quickly rise if no action is taken ahead of the onset of the rainy season in less than two months, international experts warned Tuesday. An international coalition of museums and heritage protection groups … Continue reading Experts: Rainy Season To Further Threaten Beirut Heritage→
MILAN | ITALY – Two months after staff at Hungary’s top news-site Index.hu quit over alleged political interference, they are set for a comeback with an unprecedented crowd funding effort. More than 50 former Index reporters will launch a new site, Telex, from scratch ‘in the coming weeks’ thanks to more than 30,000 reader donations, … Continue reading NEWS | Hungarian Journalists Place Faith In Crowdfunding→
Luxury goods giant LVMH is ending its takeover deal of jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co., saying the French government had requested a delay to assess the threat of proposed U.S. Tariffs. Wednesday’s announcement came after the deal’s value had been eroded by wider industry troubles caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The Paris-based conglomerate said that … Continue reading BUSINESS | Luxury Goods Giant LVMH Cancels $14.5B Deal For Tiffany→