BREAKING NEWS | Minister of Culture: UNESCO’S Mission, SDGs, in Line With Saudi Vision 2030

MILAN/ITALY – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia affirmed the importance of promoting sciences, culture and the arts to contribute to the spread of dialogue and communication among nations, for a prosperous present and a better future for next coming generations. In a speech, at the 40th Session of the UNESCO General Conference, Prince Bader bin … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | Minister of Culture: UNESCO’S Mission, SDGs, in Line With Saudi Vision 2030

BREAKING NEWS | Italian Tenor Bocelli Joins Saudis and UNESCO To Help Children Affected By War

PARIS/FRANCE – Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli launched his “Voices of the World” musical education program at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris on Wednesday to help children affected by armed conflicts. The multi-year program will expand on the renowned blind tenor’s 2016 “Voices of Haiti” project that provided musical therapy and training, lessons, rehearsal;, play time … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | Italian Tenor Bocelli Joins Saudis and UNESCO To Help Children Affected By War

BREAKING NEWS | Saudi Arabia To Inaugurate Diriyah Gate: A New Cultural, Lifestyle Tourism Destination

RIYADH/SAUDI ARABIA  - The restoration and re-imagining of Diriyah, a sweeping 18th century adobe city that once served as the capital and stronghold of the first Saudi state, will be officially inaugurated on November 19. This cornerstone-laying event comes as the Kingdom continues its pioneering plans to welcome visitors from near and far, and underlines … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | Saudi Arabia To Inaugurate Diriyah Gate: A New Cultural, Lifestyle Tourism Destination

BREAKING NEWS | UNESCO Selects Saudi Arabia For Setting Up Regional Center For Dialogue, Peace

RIYADH/SAUDI ARABIA – The UNESCO Executive Council unanimously approved establishment of a Regional Center for Dialogue and Peace in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the supervision of King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue. Speaking on the subject to Asharq Al-Awsat, Egyptian political analyst Emam Gharib said: “The decision adds to Saudi Arabia’s poise in … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | UNESCO Selects Saudi Arabia For Setting Up Regional Center For Dialogue, Peace

BREAKING NEWS | HRH Crown Prince And The Russian President Tour Al-Turaif District In Historical Diriyah

DIRIYAH/SAUDI ARABIA, October 15, 2019 – His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, has accompanied President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation on a tour around Al-Turaif district in historic Diriyah. The historic is the core of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and it … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | HRH Crown Prince And The Russian President Tour Al-Turaif District In Historical Diriyah

KINGDOM FO SAUDI ARABIA | 2 New Luxury Resorts Will Open Their Doors In Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ula By 2023

JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - Just another reason to put the remarkable area packed with prehistoric sites and landmarks on your travel wish list. For its Middle Eastern debut, luxury hotel group Aman has chosen to open three resorts in Saudi Arabia’s extraordinary Al Ula region. The partnership between the Royal Commission for Al-Ula (RCU) and … Continue reading KINGDOM FO SAUDI ARABIA | 2 New Luxury Resorts Will Open Their Doors In Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ula By 2023

BUSINESS | Dior’s Solution To The Plastic-Waste Crisis Is A Gold-Painted Straw Made Of Hand-Blown Glass – And A 6-Pack Of Them Will Set You Back $146

This summer has been no shortage of luxury fashion brands announce new efforts to combat the reckless pollution wrought by the industry, which accounts for a good portion of the world’s textile waste and water contamination. But Dior is extending these efforts beyond the clothes it makes and into another space altogether: reusable straws. On … Continue reading BUSINESS | Dior’s Solution To The Plastic-Waste Crisis Is A Gold-Painted Straw Made Of Hand-Blown Glass – And A 6-Pack Of Them Will Set You Back $146