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Formula 1 qualifying results: Starting grid for 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix

Mercedes get the breaks heading into the break. Lewis Hamilton takes pole position heading into Sunday's race in Hungary, his 101st career pole. Mercedes secures the front-row lockout. Hamilton demonstrated a bit of gamesmanship on Saturday: Heading into the outlap in Q3, he took his time getting around the track,...
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Saudi International, the decision of PGA Tour

Absolute ban to its members from playing the Saudi International, a tournament of controversies that, from 2022, will no longer have the support of the European Tour. The PGA Tour is ready to take a stand against the players of the top American men's circuit to face the advance of the nascent Super Golf League.

Saudi Arabia invites PM Narendra Modi for Middle East Green Initiative Summit

Saudi Arabia has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Middle East Green Initiative Summit, which will take place in October. Through the initiative, the country aims to lead regional efforts in combating climate change. The invite by the Saudis shows India's centrality on climate issues. The Middle East Green...

Super cruise ship sets sail from Saudi for first time

A super cruise ship has departed Saudi Arabia for the first time, setting sail for regional waters as the kingdom seeks to expand its tourism industry and diversify its oil-dependant economy. The MSC Bellissima, a vessel longer than three football fields, departed for the first in a series of voyages...
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Doctors in Saudi separate Yemeni baby from twin

A team of doctors in Saudi Arabia has separated a Yemeni baby from her parasitic twin, authorities said, marking their 50th successful operation on conjoined twins. Aisha Ahmed Saeed was born fully developed but with an extended pelvis area and an extra pair of lower extremities, the Saudi English-language Arab News daily reported.
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The local and global concerns of COVID-19

The world is ill-prepared to respond to threatening public health emergencies. What is most disturbing is how our global leaders continue to lack the moral and scientific premises of health equity. At the beginning of 2020, the novel coronavirus rampaged across the globe, with many officials referring to it as the great equalizer. However, referring to the virus as the great equalizer, ignored the history that diseases have always made a preferential option for populations that are marginalized. COVID-19 unveiled social, political, and economic inequities within and between nations. With disparities in testing and vaccine rollout, the COVID-19 pandemic also exposed the monopoly of technology and science.

Protesters in Abyan demand departure of coalition, Hadi’s govt from south

ABYAN, Jul. 30 (YPA) – Dozens of citizens demonstrated on Friday in Zenjbar city of Abyan province in southern Yemen, in protest against the crazy rise in food prices, demanding the departure of Hadi’s government and Saudi-led coalition from southern provinces. The protesters chanted slogans against the government corruption and...

Hadi’s govt failure pushes “Yemenia” to refuel from Djibouti

ADEN, Jul. 30 (YPA) – The Yemeni Airlines company (Yemenia), which is controlled by the “Hadi government” loyal to Saudi-led coalition, confirmed on Friday the inability of the petroleum company in Aden province to refuel airplanes at Aden Airport. “All flights were directed to refuel from Djibouti airport, as of...

Saudi Arabia Invites PM Imran To Participate In Middle East Green Initiative

Ambassador of the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan H.E Admiral (retd) Nawaf Bin Said Al-Maliki called on Prime Minister Imran Khan. According to a statement issued by the Media Wing of the Prime Minister’s Office on Friday, during the meeting, the Saudi Ambassador briefed Prime Minister Imran Khan on the topic of the “Middle East Green Initiative” hosted by Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman in October 2021 in Saudi Arabia.