France’s Macron To Hold Cabinet Meeting On Pegasus Spyware Case

French President Emmanuel Macron will hold a special cabinet meeting on Thursday morning to discuss investigations into the Pegasus spyware case, gorvernment spokesperson Gabriel Attal said. Attal said progress was being made in the investigations after Amnesty International and a group of international media organisations said spyware made and licensed by a company based in … More France’s Macron To Hold Cabinet Meeting On Pegasus Spyware Case

The Kaaba Receives A New Kiswa To Commemorate Eid al – Adha

Saudi officials have replaced the Kiswa (the cloth cover) of the Kaabato commemorate the Day of the Arafat and the start of Eid al – Adha, according to Saudi Press Agency (SPA) on Monday. The process of changing the Kiswa occurs annually on the seconf day of Hajj under the supervision of the President of … More The Kaaba Receives A New Kiswa To Commemorate Eid al – Adha

Saudi Arabia To Require All Citizens To Be Fully Vaccinated Before Traveling By Aug 9

All Saudi Arabian citizens will be required to have had two COVID-19 vaccine doses before traveling outside the Kingdom from August 9, the Kingdom’s interior ministry announced on Monday. The new requirement will not be applied to children under the age of 12 provided that their travel insurance policy covers expenses relating to COVID-19 and … More Saudi Arabia To Require All Citizens To Be Fully Vaccinated Before Traveling By Aug 9

Saudi Crown Prince Allocates $1 Million As Marriage Grants

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has directed SR 3.74 million ($997.080) to be distributed as marriage grants to 200 young men and women across the Kingdom. The money comes out of his ‘keennes to support orphans with special circumstances and people with disabilities, as they are among the priority groups of the ‘SNAD … More Saudi Crown Prince Allocates $1 Million As Marriage Grants

Saudi Commentators Go Public In Criticising UAE Role In Yemen

Pro – government commentators in Saudi Arabia are public criticising the United Arab Emirates’ role in Yemen, a rare move that reflects political and economic tensions between the two Gulf allies that also led to an open standoff over the oil policy. Saudi Arabia is trying to contain a power struggle in southern Yemen between … More Saudi Commentators Go Public In Criticising UAE Role In Yemen

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Directs 1 Million COVID – 19 Vaccine Doses For Tunisia

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has issued directives to provide Tunisia with one million doses of the coronavirus vaccine and aid upon the request from Tunisian President Kais Saied, according to an announcement issued on Monday. The King directed the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action (KSRelief) to urgently support Tunisia with medical and … More Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Directs 1 Million COVID – 19 Vaccine Doses For Tunisia

Delayed Dubai Expo 2020 Set To Launch Tickets On July 18

Expo 2020 Dubai will start selling tickets on Kuly 18, organizers said on Thursday, in a concrete signal that the world fair set to begin in October after a year – lang delay will go ahead. Organizers also said they expect UAE flight restrictions – such as those on arrivals from India – to have … More Delayed Dubai Expo 2020 Set To Launch Tickets On July 18

Saudi Arabia To Become Regional Hub For COVID-19 Vaccine, Supplies: KSRelief Chief

Saudi Arabia is ‘uniquely equipped and ready’ to become the regional hub for the production of coronavirus vaccines, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) supervisor general Abdullah al – Rabeeah said on Wednesday. ‘Saudi Arabia strongly encourages regionalization of pertinent industries – particularly in the Middle East, Africa and Asia’, SPA quoted … More Saudi Arabia To Become Regional Hub For COVID-19 Vaccine, Supplies: KSRelief Chief