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Saudi Arabia and Guam to host FIBA Asia Cup last-chance qualifiers

Inside The Games 04 Aug 2021
The FIBA Regional Office Asia, in coordination with FIBA Regional Office Oceania, confirmed Saudi city Jeddah would host the Group H teams, while Mangilao in Guam is to stage the Group G games. India and Palestine join Saudi Arabia in Group H, while Guam welcome Chinese Taipei into Group G.
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Dubai-based company setup firm expands operations in Saudi Arabia

Arab News 04 Aug 2021
Pro Partner Group, a Dubai-based company specializing in company formations, has expanded its operations in Saudi Arabia. It was established in 2014 and has offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Oman, and Qatar ... “I see Saudi Arabia as our biggest opportunity of the region by far.
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Saudi Arabia: Only citizens now allowed to work in malls

Gulf News 04 Aug 2021
The move follows a ministerial decision to give 100 per cent of jobs to Saudi Arabians in all activities and professions in malls as well as at mall management offices, excluding a limited number of positions ... However, the percentage of non-Saudi staff should not exceed 20 per cent of the total workforce at the mall.
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PMI highlights skills gap in Mena

Gulf Daily News 04 Aug 2021
Also known as "Mashroat," the NPMO will help Saudi government bodies create their own project management offices to reduce inefficiencies and better manage large-scale infrastructure projects —including many tied to the country's Vision 2030 plan to diversify the economy away from the oil industry. .
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Iran records 4mn total Covid-19 cases as worst-hit Middle Eastern nation struggles with record daily infections

Russia Today 04 Aug 2021
After receiving the minister’s missive, Khamenei called on the president “to investigate this issue in the Corona national committee and take any action necessary” to contain a fifth wave of infection, according to a statement from his office ... Iran blasts Western and Saudi reports blaming it for hijacking UAE tanker.
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Report: UAE to launch satellite network to target Yemeni migrants for its war-related agenda

Press TV 03 Aug 2021
The proposed news network, which goes by the name ‘Al-Motarab’ will be bankrolled by Emirati and Saudi tycoons as part of a project dubbed ‘Taking Care of Yemeni Migrants,’ Sana’a-based Yemen Press Agency (YPA) said ... The founders of the network are also in the process of opening the network’s office in Europe.
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Saudi Arabia ramped up executions in first half of 2021: Amnesty

Al Jazeera 03 Aug 2021
Saudi Arabia has ramped up executions in the first half of 2021 following a drop during its G20 presidency in 2020, according to United Kingdom-based rights group Amnesty International ... The government’s media office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Amnesty’s report.
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‘Social isolation’ after Aug. 1 changes will boost jab uptake, says Saudi official

Arab News 03 Aug 2021
Saudi Arabia reported 1,063 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday ... In another move to curb the spread of coronavirus, the Saudi Public Prosecution office has warned that it will impose fines of up to SR500,000 ($133,323) on passengers breaching travel ban restrictions by boarding flights to countries hit by severe COVID-19 outbreaks.
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Amin, Saudi envoy discuss plantation

The News International 03 Aug 2021
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Ministry of Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam called on Saudi Ambassador Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Malki in his office here on Monday ... The Saudi ...
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Chief of Staff meets Saudi counterpart

Urdu Point 03 Aug 2021
General Hamad Mohammed Thani Al Rumaithi, Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces, today met with General Fayiadh bin Hamed Al Rowaily, Saudi Armed Forces Chief of General Staff (CGS).
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Saudi Arabia and France discuss digital transformation, space cooperation

Arab News 02 Aug 2021
Acting CEO of the Saudi Space Commission Dr ... Munir bin Mahmoud El-Desouki also attended the meeting, along with a number of Saudi and French officials ... Al-Swaha, also the chairman of the board of directors of the Saudi Space Commission, met Lionel Suchet, the chief operating officer of the French National Center for Space Studies, in Paris.
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Saudi Arabia: COVID-19 vaccine hesitants risk sacking

Gulf News 02 Aug 2021
COVID-19 vaccine hesitants in Saudi Arabia now risk summary dismissal for committing an act of gross misconduct, with the government barring unvaccinated employees from entering private and public offices, a lawyer said ... Last December, Saudi Arabia, a country of 34.8 million people, initiated mass vaccinations against COVID-19.
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Today the reach of repressive leaders knows no bounds, borders, or country lines

Amnesty 02 Aug 2021
In January 2021, a declassified report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) pinned culpability on Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman, but the US failed to take actions against him and he has faced no accountability for this horrific act ... Egypt and Saudi Arabia aren’t the only perpetrators.
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Saudi Arabia to fine air passengers up to SR500k for COVID-19 travel ban breaches

Arab News 02 Aug 2021
The Saudi Public Prosecution office has warned it will impose fines of up to SR500,000 ($133,323) on ...
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Leading Intellectual Property Trial Lawyer Joins Latham in New York

The Salamanca Press 02 Aug 2021
Anthony Sammi has joined the firm's New York office as a partner in the Litigation & Trial Department and as a Global Vice Chair of the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice ... Marc Jaffe, Office Managing Partner of Latham & Watkins in New York, said ... Latham & Watkins operates in South Korea as a Foreign Legal Consultant Office.
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