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Baghdad Recognizes Worsening Poverty, Announces Counter Measures

Baghdad Recognizes Worsening Poverty, Announces Counter Measures

Iraqi authorities acknowledged striking poverty indicators in the country, especially among children, as they are the weakest link in society.

Saudi Aid to Governorates of Marib, Jouf and Taiz

Saudi Aid to Governorates of Marib, Jouf and Taiz

King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) has started distribution of more than 96.8 tons of 770 baskets of dates to 4620 needy people in Marib and Jouf within the framework of Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operations. This came within the programs of the relief operations in Y

King Salman: Respect for Cultural Privacy Is Prerequisite for Coexistence Among Peoples

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud said that diversity of cultures and respect for their privacy are demands for coexistence among peoples to achieve peace. The comment was made during a speech delivered by the Saudi King at al-Yamamah Palace on Sunday while recei

King Salman Kicks off Al-Janadriya National Heritage Festival

King Salman Kicks off Al-Janadriya National Heritage Festival

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz inaugurated in al-Janadriya village on Wednesday the 32nd National Festival for Heritage and Culture, organized by the ministry of national guard, reported the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). Upon arrival at the venue, the monarch was received

Bahrain Arrests 4 Suspects behind November Oil Pipeline Bombing

Bahrain Arrests 4 Suspects behind November Oil Pipeline Bombing

Bahrain announced on Wednesday the arrest of four suspects behind the bombing of an oil pipeline in the village of Buri in November last year. A ministry statement said authorities had arrested four people, two of whom had received intensive training in Iran to carry out attacks to harm Bahrain’s

UN Yemen Envoy: Militias Cannot Make Peace

UN Yemen Envoy: Militias Cannot Make Peace

Yemeni President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi blamed the Iran-backed Houthi militias for prolonging the conflict and Yemeni peoples' suffering. UN Secretary General's Special Envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Shiekh Ahmed meanwhile indicated that peace in Yemen should be based on what was agreed upon in the K

Saudi ICC: UN Recognition of Funding Gap is Step to Address Trade Problems

Saudi ICC: UN Recognition of Funding Gap is Step to Address Trade Problems

The Saudi International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has described the United Nations' recognition of a $1.6 trillion trade finance gap during the UN annual development financing review as an important step in tackling global trade problems. The UN stressed the importance of ensuring adequate and co

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