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Day: November 6, 2020

‫إنديجو هي أول شركة طيران هندية منخفضة التكلفة توفر فوترة IATA باستخدام بوابة IATA المالية

Press Release
 نيودلهي، 6 نوفمبر (تشرين الثاني) 2020 /PRNewswire/، بدأت شركة إنديجو (IndiGo) للنقل الجوي الرائدة في الهند في قبول خطة الفوترة والتسوية لاتحاد النقل الجوي الدولي (IATA) في نقاط البيع الخارجية، بهدف زيادة التوزيع وتسهيل عملية البيع. بدايةً، يتم توفير هذا التسهيل في نقاط البيع في الإمارات العربية المتحدة، وقطر، والمملكة المتحدة، وسيتم افتتاحها قريبًا في 8 أسواق خارجية أخرى.  بدءًا من 4 نوفمبر 2020، سيتمكن الوكلاء في الأسواق التي تم إخطارها من استخدام هذا التسهيل أثناء إجراء الحجوزات على موقع شركة إنديجو الإلكتروني ونظام التوزيع العالمي لشركة ترافلبورت (Travelport). ستكون شركة إنديجو أول شركة طيران هندية توفر هذا التسهيل باستخدام بوابة IATA المالية (IATA Financial Gateway ‏(IFG))  وفي هذا الصدد، قال السيد ويليام بولتر (William Boulter)، المدير التجاري لشركة إنديجو: “يسعدنا السماح ب...

‫”في شنغهاي، الصين تلتقي بالولايات المتحدة” – تواصل الآن مع المستقبل، الحلقة الثانية في سلسلة قصيرة من أربع حلقات

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شنغهاي، 6 نوفمبر 2020 /PRNewswire/ — تقرير إخباري من تي هاوس: خلال معرض الصين الدولي للاستيراد لهذا العام، زارت زو يو، المضيف الصيني وزعيم الرأي الصيني، مصنع تيسلا في شنغهاي (Tesla’s Shanghai Giga Factory) والمرحلة الرابعة من ميناء يانغ شان (Yangshan Phase IV)، أكبر ميناء في العالم تديره الروبوتات، ليشهد ازدهار الأعمال التجارية الأمريكية، وتزايد التجارة عبر المحيط الهادئ، وللتصوير مسلسل قصير من أربع حلقات بعنوان “في شنغهاي: الصين تلتقي بالولايات المتحدة”، حيث تكشف الحلقة الثانية الحيوية والعلاقة بين الاثنين. هذا وقد أثارت فكرة الفصل التي طرحها بعض السياسيين الأمريكيين مخاوف بشأن ما إذا كان أكبر اقتصادين في العالم سيقطعان علاقاتهما. تُظهر رحلة زو يو إلى مصنع تيسلا في شنغهاي تقنية مبتكرة تتحرك بسرعة وتطرح السيارات بشكل أسرع. كما يُعد المصنع الذي تبلغ تكلفته عدة م...

Daewoong Pharmaceutical Announces Publication of Novel P-CAB Fexuprazan Phase 1 Bridging Study

Press Release
 – Bridging study results, published in the SCI journal, AP&T, demonstrate no racial differences exist in pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of fexuprazan – Fexuprazan aims to be the best-in-class drug for gastroesophageal reflux disease with outstanding Phase 3 study results  SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On October 27, the bridging study results on Fexuprazan, developed by the Korean pharmaceutical company, Daewoong Pharmaceutical (Daewoong; CEO Sengho Jeon), was published in the SCI medical journal Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics (AP&T). Fexuprazan is a potassium-competitive acid blocker (P-CAB), which reversibly blocks the proton pump that secretes gastric acids from the stomach wall. It is a novel drug investigated fo...

JUMBLATT RESPONDS TO ASSAD: DOES HE INTEND TO SABOTAGE LEBANESE BANKING SYSTEM AFTER DESTROYING SYRIA?

General
PSP leader, Walid Jumlatt, on Friday resorted to twitter to respond to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s latest claim that the Syrian economic crisis has been majorly caused by Lebanese banks “which currently withhold billions of US dollars that belong to Syrian depositors.” “It seems that after he [Assad] looted, destroyed and abandoned most of Syria and benefited from all kinds of smuggling of subsidized items from Lebanon, and after Beirut Port was destroyed — as a result of the ammonium nitrate that he had imported for use in barrel bombs against his people — he still intends to eliminate the Lebanese banking system. Is the criminal investigation heading in this direction?” Jumblatt wondered one his  tweet.   Source: National News Agency

AUSTRIA TO SHUT ‘RADICAL’ MOSQUES AFTER VIENNA ATTACK

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The Austrian government will order the closure of "radical" mosques in the wake of a deadly terrorist shooting in the capital Vienna earlier this week, the interior ministry said Friday. A ministry spokesman said more details would soon be given at a press conference with Interior Minister Karl Nehammer and Integration Minister Susanne Raab. Four people were killed in the shooting on Monday, Austria's first major attack in decades and its first blamed on a terrorist, identified as 20-year-old Kujtim Fejzulai, who was killed by police. A statement from the officially recognised Islamic Religious Community of Austria said that in "discussion with the relevant authorities, we are closing one mosque". The statement said the mosque was being shut after information came to light that...

First International Conference on Neuroscience Technology Continues Holding Its Sessions

General
Abha, The sessions of the First International Conference on Technology in Neuroscience, sponsored by Prince Turki bin Talal, Governor of Asir region, continue their work through visual communication, seeking to be an important tributary in serving the health sector in the Kingdom by transferring international experiences and benefiting from the experiences and knowledge of 36 researchers and speakers from Saudi Arabia, America, Italy, Britain, Switzerland, Russia and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to supporting government efforts in artificial intelligence in the medical field. The three-day sessions will deal with new technology in neurology, brain stimulation, neurotherapy, brain surgery, rehabilitation and remote monitoring, in addition to neurophysiology and spine surgery, with...

KSrelief Continues Distributing Shelter Aid to Those Affected by Floods in Sudan

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Khartoum, The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) continued, here yesterday, distributing shelter aid to those affected by the floods in Sudan. The KSrelief distributed 139 tents, benefiting 834 individuals. This comes within the framework of the relief project, provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the KSrelief, for those affected by the torrential floods in Sudan.   Source: Saudi Press Agency

Health Ministry: 436 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 465 New Recoveries Reported, in Saudi Arabia

Medical
Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced in a statement here today that 436 new confirmed cases of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number to 349,822, including 7,783 active cases undergoing treatment. Of these, there are 736 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable. It added that 17 new deaths have been reported; putting the tally of fatalities, at 5,506. Meanwhile, as many as 465 cases have recovered, raising recoveries' toll to 336,533. On the other hand, 61,866 new laboratory tests were conducted, in the last 24-hour, across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.   Source: Saudi Press Agency

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Instructs KSrelief to Provide Urgent Aid to Brothers, in Turkey

General
Riyadh, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud instructed King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) to send urgent medical, humanitarian and shelter aid to brothers affected, in Turkey, as a result of the recent earthquake that hit the Aegean Sea, causing huge material damages, in Izmir, Turkey. This comes within the King's keenness to stand by the brotherly Turkish people and alleviate the effects of the earthquake, which caused heavy losses of lives and properties, and as an extension of the humanitarian role played by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in standing by the affected people, during crises and tribulations times.   Source: Saudi Press Agency

KSrelief Inaugurates Dialysis Center, in Tripoli, Lebanon

General
Beirut, The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has set up King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Dialysis Center, at Tripoli Governmental Hospital, in Lebanon, in the presence of the Counselor, at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Embassy, in Lebanon Saud Al-Dahmashi and a number of officials. Al-Dahmashi confirmed that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia continues, under the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Royal Highness Crown Prince, helping Lebanese people, indicating that the new dialysis center will provide treatment to those, in need.   Source: Saudi Press Agency