Wednesday, June 23


GCC Secretary General Receives Swiss Ambassador to Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, The Secretary General of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for Arab States Dr. Nayef Falah Mubarak Al-Hajraf received here today Swiss Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dr. André Schaller. During the meeting, they discussed Gulf-Swiss relations, ways of enhancing them in various fields, in addition to regional international developments and issues of mutual interest.   Source: Saudi Press Agency

‫HF Markets Groupيصبح شريكا رسميا ل Paris Saint-Germain

نوفمبر ٢٠٢٠، أصبحت شركة HF Markets Group، وتعد HF Markets DIFC هياسمالعلامةالتجاريةالموحدة، الشريك الرسمي لParis Saint-Germain لموسم ٢٠٢٠-٢١. يعد HF Markets Group وسيط أوراق مالية متعدد الأصول يتمتع بشهرة دولية لأكثر من ٢.٥ مليون حساب حي في مختلف أنحاء العالم، وقد حصل على أكثر من ٤٥ جائزة في مجاله في تاريخه الذي دام عشر سنوات. Paris Saint-Germain FC أيضا يتمتعون بشعبية و تقدير عالمي، ولديهم لائحة نجوم مثال نيمار جونيور وكيليان مبابي وأنخيل دي ماريا و ماركينهوس وماركو فيراتي. سوف تجمع هذه الشراكة بين التفوق التجاري وبراعة كرة القدم. في تعاون بين فريق كرة قدم عملاق و وسيط أوراق مالية ممتاز يتشاركون في العزم المطلوب حتى يبقون على القمة. "نحن فخورون بالإعلان أن HF Markets Group هو شريك رسمي ل Paris Saint-Germain. هذه الشراكة فرصة مثيرة للجمع بين علامتين تجاريتين يجمعهم التقدير ا...

Nokia fails to secure 5G contracts in China due to technical issues

BEIJING, May 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- A news report by on Nokia fails to secure 5G contracts in China due to technical issues. Finland-based telecommunications equipment company Nokia has come away almost empty-handed in terms of huge 5G contracts awarded by China's big three telecom carriers. Deals reportedly worth nearly $10 billion have been awarded by China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom over the last few weeks, with Nokia being noticeably absent from the list of vendors selected for the next phase of China's 5G radio business. Nokia was unable or unwilling to meet Chinese technical requirements, according to new analysis published on Light Reading, a website for professionals in the communications industry. Kristian Pullola, the chi...

One World, One Fight: Peking University Strengthens Global Cooperation amid COVID-19

BEIJING, May 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Peking University has been at the forefront of the battle against the novel coronavirus. While the pandemic is gradually brought under control in China, countries across the world are still in a struggle to contain it. In light of this, the School of Foreign Languages (SFL) at Peking University translated China's official documents on the prevention and control of COVID-19 into Arabic, and released Counter COVID-19 Documents (Arabic Version) on May 6 during a video conference with 11 Arab ambassadors to China, director of the Representative Office of the League of Arab States to China, and 8 Arab envoys to China. Since March, in the hope of sharing China's anti-pandemic experience with the Arab world, f...

Saudi Shaqrah University Obtains ISO Certification

Riyadh, The University of Shaqrah of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia obtained ISO certification, awarded by SMG one of the big companies, in the domain of security information, as the company accredited the Saudi university's applications, systems and procedures compatibility to the internationally recognized standards, in this respect. Significance of applying the highest measurements of cyber-security to provide further online and e-services, in a safe technical environment compatible to the Kingdom Vision 2030, to sustain backing up of the digital infrastructure, has played a crucial role in the excellence of the university, Dr. Awadh bin Khuzaim Al-Asmari, the Rector of the University remarked, on the occasion. Source: Saudi Press Agency

Some Leaders Use Pandemic to Sharpen Tools Against Critics

BANGKOK - Health concerns were on artist Danai Ussama's mind when he returned to Thailand last month from a trip to Spain. He noticed that he and his fellow passengers did not go through medical checks after arriving at Bangkok's airport, and thought it worth noting on his Facebook page. The airport authorities denied it, lodged a complaint with police, and he was arrested at his gallery in Phuket for violating the Computer Crime Act by allegedly posting false information — an offense punishable by up to five years' imprisonment and a fine of 100,000 baht ($3,000). Danai told The Associated Press that his Facebook post, though public, was really meant just for a small circle of 40 to 50 people. Instead it went viral.   He believes the government is afraid its opponents wo...