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Yemen Unrest Makes Somalia Unlikely Safe Haven for Refugees

Four years of a brutal civil war in Yemen has forced more than 4.3 million people to leave their homes. Many of the Yemenis desperately seeking safety are turning to neighboring Somalia.
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Yemen Unrest Makes Somalia Unlikely Safe Haven for Refugees

Four years of a brutal civil war in Yemen has forced more than 4.3 million people to leave their homes. Many of the Yemenis desperately seeking safety are turning to neighboring Somalia.

Ethiopia: Donor Support for Economic Reforms Reached $9bn

Addis Ababa - Ethiopia announced Friday that it had secured roughly $9 billion (8 billion euros) in outside financing for ambitious economic reforms which analysts say could underpin the country's delicate political transition.
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Ethiopia: Donor Support for Economic Reforms Reached $9bn

Addis Ababa - Ethiopia announced Friday that it had secured roughly $9 billion (8 billion euros) in outside financing for ambitious economic reforms which analysts say could underpin the country's delicate political transition.

Kenya launches Chinese-built 50MW solar power plant

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday launched a 50 MW solar power farm located in Garissa, northeast region, with the plant being one of the largest photovoltaic electricity stations in Africa.
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Kenya launches Chinese-built 50MW solar power plant

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday launched a 50 MW solar power farm located in Garissa, northeast region, with the plant being one of the largest photovoltaic electricity stations in Africa.

Potiphar’s wife

The Book of Genesis reveals the most incredible dramas, some of which just happen to be sexual in nature. Take, for instance, the story of Joseph and Potiphar’s wife (hereafter referred to as Mrs Potiphar). Though old as the Bible, it possesses a...
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Potiphar’s wife

The Book of Genesis reveals the most incredible dramas, some of which just happen to be sexual in nature. Take, for instance, the story of Joseph and Potiphar’s wife (hereafter referred to as Mrs Potiphar). Though old as the Bible, it possesses a...

Near 5,000 kids targeted for sickle-cell testing

The Ministry of Health and Wellness is confirming that 4,838 babies were not screened for sickle-cell disease last year, as public hospitals were faced with the challenge of inadequate supplies to test for the blood disease because of inconsistent...
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Near 5,000 kids targeted for sickle-cell testing

The Ministry of Health and Wellness is confirming that 4,838 babies were not screened for sickle-cell disease last year, as public hospitals were faced with the challenge of inadequate supplies to test for the blood disease because of inconsistent...

Lifeguard teaches inner-city youth to swim from crime

Lifeguard Everton Brown has always dreamed about forming a swim club for inner-city youths and a decade ago he was well on his way to achieving his dream. But then the West Kingston incursion occurred. The stand-off, which ended with the deaths of...
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Lifeguard teaches inner-city youth to swim from crime

Lifeguard Everton Brown has always dreamed about forming a swim club for inner-city youths and a decade ago he was well on his way to achieving his dream. But then the West Kingston incursion occurred. The stand-off, which ended with the deaths of...

Unplanned growth: The challenges of urban sprawl in Jamaica – Pt 1

Prime Minster Andrew Holness has consistently expressed his interest in the construction of affordable housing solutions for the average Jamaican. His overwhelming support of the Greater Bernard Lodge Development is indicative of this ambitious...
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Unplanned growth: The challenges of urban sprawl in Jamaica – Pt 1

Prime Minster Andrew Holness has consistently expressed his interest in the construction of affordable housing solutions for the average Jamaican. His overwhelming support of the Greater Bernard Lodge Development is indicative of this ambitious...

Emergency room management

The thought of having to go to a hospital, let alone a public one, would have many people opting to stay home as long as possible until their ailment turns into an emergency. In some ways, we face this reality here. There is a plethora of...
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Emergency room management

The thought of having to go to a hospital, let alone a public one, would have many people opting to stay home as long as possible until their ailment turns into an emergency. In some ways, we face this reality here. There is a plethora of...

UFC 245: Petr Yan spoils Urijah Faber's title hopes, lands stunning third-round head-kick KO (VIDEO)

The main card of UFC 245 started off with a bang as Petr Yan battered and bloodied UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber en route to a stellar third-round head-kick knockout. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UFC 245: Petr Yan spoils Urijah Faber's title hopes, lands stunning third-round head-kick KO (VIDEO)

The main card of UFC 245 started off with a bang as Petr Yan battered and bloodied UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber en route to a stellar third-round head-kick knockout. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Terrorism comes at a cost’: Ex-Indian Air Force chief says Balakot strikes ‘effectively conveyed’ message to Pakistan

India’s counter-terrorist strike in Pakistan made it crystal clear to any prospective attack mastermind or perpetrator that they can’t avoid imminent retaliation, a retired air force chief said following the Balakot raid. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Terrorism comes at a cost’: Ex-Indian Air Force chief says Balakot strikes ‘effectively conveyed’ message to Pakistan

India’s counter-terrorist strike in Pakistan made it crystal clear to any prospective attack mastermind or perpetrator that they can’t avoid imminent retaliation, a retired air force chief said following the Balakot raid. Read Full Article at RT.com

UFC 245: Marlon Moraes edges split-decision after three-round war with Jose Aldo (VIDEO)

Of all the highly anticipated matchups at UFC 245, the second one on the main card may have flown a bit under the radar. Two of Brazil's best went to war but in the end, Marlon Moraes got the nod over Jose Aldo. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UFC 245: Marlon Moraes edges split-decision after three-round war with Jose Aldo (VIDEO)

Of all the highly anticipated matchups at UFC 245, the second one on the main card may have flown a bit under the radar. Two of Brazil's best went to war but in the end, Marlon Moraes got the nod over Jose Aldo. Read Full Article at RT.com

China suspends tariff hike on selected US goods, expects ‘mutual respect & equality’ in future trade talks

China has suspended a new tariff hike on US goods ranging from corn and wheat to vehicles and auto parts, which was due to come into effect this weekend. Read Full Article at RT.com
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China suspends tariff hike on selected US goods, expects ‘mutual respect & equality’ in future trade talks

China has suspended a new tariff hike on US goods ranging from corn and wheat to vehicles and auto parts, which was due to come into effect this weekend. Read Full Article at RT.com

UFC 245: Amanda Nunes outgrapples Germaine de Randamie to retain UFC bantamweight title (VIDEO)

In 2013, it was Amanda Nunes' superior grappling that led her to a victory over Germaine de Randamie. And the two-weight world champion repeated the trick as she claimed a unanimous decision victory in Las Vegas. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UFC 245: Amanda Nunes outgrapples Germaine de Randamie to retain UFC bantamweight title (VIDEO)

In 2013, it was Amanda Nunes' superior grappling that led her to a victory over Germaine de Randamie. And the two-weight world champion repeated the trick as she claimed a unanimous decision victory in Las Vegas. Read Full Article at RT.com

'It body-shames girls': B.C. teen prompts school district to change student dress code

Jaylene Kuo, 18, is being applauded for her advocacy by the Comox Valley School District, which recently announced that it has revised the dress codes at its 20 schools after Kuo presented her objections to some of the language and policies. 
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'It body-shames girls': B.C. teen prompts school district to change student dress code

Jaylene Kuo, 18, is being applauded for her advocacy by the Comox Valley School District, which recently announced that it has revised the dress codes at its 20 schools after Kuo presented her objections to some of the language and policies. 

U.S. border agents seize 166 kilos of cocaine headed into Quebec

Officers discovered an empty, custom-made compartment in the front of the truck. Inside were 142 brick-shaped packages of cocaine.
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U.S. border agents seize 166 kilos of cocaine headed into Quebec

Officers discovered an empty, custom-made compartment in the front of the truck. Inside were 142 brick-shaped packages of cocaine.

Carleton Place RCMP building linked to contaminated Kemptville facility

Former RCMP members are now wondering whether a training centre in Carleton Place, Ont., may have led to serious health problems after the building was linked to another facility previously found to be riddled with contaminants.
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Carleton Place RCMP building linked to contaminated Kemptville facility

Former RCMP members are now wondering whether a training centre in Carleton Place, Ont., may have led to serious health problems after the building was linked to another facility previously found to be riddled with contaminants.

Boy at centre of fight against 'no-fly list' including innocent people flagged again

A 10-year-old boy at the forefront of a fight to solve the problem of innocent Canadians ending up on the so-called no-fly list has once again found himself red-flagged. And now the federal government says a solution isn't expected until late 2020, something
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Boy at centre of fight against 'no-fly list' including innocent people flagged again

A 10-year-old boy at the forefront of a fight to solve the problem of innocent Canadians ending up on the so-called no-fly list has once again found himself red-flagged. And now the federal government says a solution isn't expected until late 2020, something the family says is news to them.

Woods claims record win as US storm back at Presidents Cup

United States captain Tiger Woods claimed a record 27th win in the Presidents Cup on Sunday as the Americans dominated the early singles matches at Royal Melbourne to level the event at 11.5-11.5 against the Internationals.
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Woods claims record win as US storm back at Presidents Cup

United States captain Tiger Woods claimed a record 27th win in the Presidents Cup on Sunday as the Americans dominated the early singles matches at Royal Melbourne to level the event at 11.5-11.5 against the Internationals.

Body Seen Floating In Crooked Tree Lagoon Is Identified

Body Seen Floating In Crooked Tree Lagoon Is Identified Saturday, Dec. 14th. 2019 – The body retrieved this morning from the Crooked Tree Lagoon has been identified as that of
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Body Seen Floating In Crooked Tree Lagoon Is Identified

Body Seen Floating In Crooked Tree Lagoon Is Identified Saturday, Dec. 14th. 2019 – The body retrieved this morning from the Crooked Tree Lagoon has been identified as that of

Couple with seven children are handed more than £3,000 by well-wishers

Ryan Rodgers, 26, and Jenny Grimes, 25, from Liverpool, are said to be neighbours from hell, and their own relatives have been left bemused by their claims of dire financial need.
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Couple with seven children are handed more than £3,000 by well-wishers

Ryan Rodgers, 26, and Jenny Grimes, 25, from Liverpool, are said to be neighbours from hell, and their own relatives have been left bemused by their claims of dire financial need.

‘The grand finale’: Inside Trump’s push to rack up political victories as impeachment looms

Trump and his allies trumpet the victories as the work of a disciplined president focusing on the needs of the public, while Democrats argue they have forced Trump to hand over sweeping concessions on liberal priorities.
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‘The grand finale’: Inside Trump’s push to rack up political victories as impeachment looms

Trump and his allies trumpet the victories as the work of a disciplined president focusing on the needs of the public, while Democrats argue they have forced Trump to hand over sweeping concessions on liberal priorities.

2020 ECCB Creative Youth Competition to focus on art; Dominican students invited to compete

Students between the ages 13 to 19 in Dominica and other seven member countries of the Eastern Caribbean Central bank (ECCB), are being given the opportunity to compete for $26,000.00 in prizes in a subregional art competition to be held... The post 2020 ECC
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2020 ECCB Creative Youth Competition to focus on art; Dominican students invited to compete

Students between the ages 13 to 19 in Dominica and other seven member countries of the Eastern Caribbean Central bank (ECCB), are being given the opportunity to compete for $26,000.00 in prizes in a subregional art competition to be held... The post 2020 ECCB Creative Youth Competition to focus on art; Dominican students invited to compete appeared first on Dominica News Online.

Fishermen charged for 900 pounds of ganja, gun found on boat

Two fishermen are facing several criminal charges after their boat was allegedly intercepted at sea with over 900 pounds of ganja and an illegal gun. They are Luke Blackwood, 32, of Crawford district, in St Elizabeth and David Williams, 48, of...
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Fishermen charged for 900 pounds of ganja, gun found on boat

Two fishermen are facing several criminal charges after their boat was allegedly intercepted at sea with over 900 pounds of ganja and an illegal gun. They are Luke Blackwood, 32, of Crawford district, in St Elizabeth and David Williams, 48, of...

'A most deserving winner'...Culture Minister lauds Singh

Culture Minister Olivia ‘ Grange says Jamaica’s Toni-Ann Singh is a most deserving winner of the Miss World pageant. The 23-year-old St Thomas native won the title in London earlier today, becoming the fourth Jamaican to do so. In a...
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'A most deserving winner'...Culture Minister lauds Singh

Culture Minister Olivia ‘ Grange says Jamaica’s Toni-Ann Singh is a most deserving winner of the Miss World pageant. The 23-year-old St Thomas native won the title in London earlier today, becoming the fourth Jamaican to do so. In a...

Grateful Miss World Toni-Ann Singh ready to get to work as congrats pour in

Miss World 2019, Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh says she is ready to get to work. To win the crown, the queen placed on show a charming countenance and a powerful rendition of Whitney Houston's I have Nothing that is now certain to be heard...
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Grateful Miss World Toni-Ann Singh ready to get to work as congrats pour in

Miss World 2019, Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh says she is ready to get to work. To win the crown, the queen placed on show a charming countenance and a powerful rendition of Whitney Houston's I have Nothing that is now certain to be heard...

Heritage motifs win praise at Jeddah book fair

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 01:21 JEDDAH: The heritage ornamental motifs and colors from different regions in the Kingdom won the appreciation of the visitors at the fifth International Jeddah Book Fair, which is currently taking place in South Obhur in Je
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Heritage motifs win praise at Jeddah book fair

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 01:21 JEDDAH: The heritage ornamental motifs and colors from different regions in the Kingdom won the appreciation of the visitors at the fifth International Jeddah Book Fair, which is currently taking place in South Obhur in Jeddah under the patronage of Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal. The visual arts featured traditional works that simulate inscriptions and motifs carved on wooden doors and windows from all over the Kingdom, giving vitality and beauty to the buildings they adorn.  For many, especially for heritage lovers and decorators, such designs represent a visual historical memory, highlighting their own roots across the Kingdom. In addition to books, several pavilions have been set up at the event to highlight Saudi Arabia’s rich histories. Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah Studies and Research Center’s pavilion is drawing large crowds by presenting its research on the holy city. The center is a pioneer in providing historical information about the region’s culture and heritage. Its pavilion at the Jeddah Book Fair, features scientific, historical and cultural publications and studies related to Madinah. Various historical documents, photos and issues of its journals are also on display. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi heritageJeddah book fair Literature and art attract thousands to Jeddah Book FairArab nations present heritage at Jeddah book fair

Six winners in Riyadh falcon beauty contest swoop on $800,000 prize

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 01:32 RIYADH: Six winners were crowned in a falcon beauty pageant at the King Abdul Aziz Falconry Festival at Malham, north of Riyadh. The beauty pageant, or Mazayen competition, was part of the festival’s second edition an
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Six winners in Riyadh falcon beauty contest swoop on $800,000 prize

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 01:32 RIYADH: Six winners were crowned in a falcon beauty pageant at the King Abdul Aziz Falconry Festival at Malham, north of Riyadh. The beauty pageant, or Mazayen competition, was part of the festival’s second edition and was judged in two categories — Farkh (birds under 12 months of age) and Qurnass (older than 12 months). Falconer Khaled Nasser Al-Hajjri won three first places in the Farkh category with his falcons Hasheem, Merheb and Tamam scoring 92 percent, 85 percent and 75 percent, respectively.  In the Qurnass category, Salem Nasser Al-Hajjri’s falcon Zandan won first place with 92 percent, Sultan Fahd Al-Damer’s falcon Nyoom second place with 81 percent, and Dahy Ali Al-Mansoury’s Al-Qayed third place with 72 percent. The Saudi Falcons Club had specified seven criteria for winners in the beauty competition, including head and shoulders, upper part of the chest, back, leg and claw, and color. The falcon with the highest score out of 100 was awarded first place in each category. Prize money in the Mazayen competition totaled SR3 million ($800,000) with the winner in each round receiving SR300,000, second place SR200,000 and third place SR100,000. As part of the beauty contest, the festival will include a final round for the Qurnass category. Competition in the 400-meter Milwah event will continue until Monday. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi falconsKing Abdul Aziz Falconry FestivalRiyadhbeauty pageant Most beautiful falcons to compete at King Abdulaziz Falconry FestivalKing Abdul Aziz Falconry Festival takes off in Riyadh

21,39 Jeddah Arts initiative to open next month

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 02:24 JEDDAH: The Saudi Art Council has announced that the 7th 21,39 Jeddah Arts will open on Jan. 28. Titled “I Love You, Urgently,” the art initiative will be a call to action in response to the environmental emergency f
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21,39 Jeddah Arts initiative to open next month

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 02:24 JEDDAH: The Saudi Art Council has announced that the 7th 21,39 Jeddah Arts will open on Jan. 28. Titled “I Love You, Urgently,” the art initiative will be a call to action in response to the environmental emergency from the specificity of a local context. At a time when Saudi Arabia is undergoing a rapid transformation, the council called on local and international artists, architects, designers and thinkers to seek tangible solutions, and to formulate alternative and symbiotic ways to inhabit our planet. “The title is an unexpected address. As it departs from the scientific vernacular, it emphasizes the highly personal dynamics we are living today,” said Maya El-Khalil, the initiative’s curator. She added that participants are invited to address three specific themes through exhibitions, commissions and a series of dialogues, talks and debates taking place in the gallery spaces of the Art Council and in Al-Balad — the historic city center of Jeddah. The themes “are ideas of biomimicry, the imitation of the models, systems and elements of nature for the purpose of solving complex human problems, of adaptability and of specificity, how to think of alternative and symbiotic ways to inhabit our planet from a local context.” 21,39 Jeddah Arts aims to get its public engaged in environmental and sustainability dialogues currently taking place internationally, while encouraging an understanding of these debates within a local contex. “The 7th edition will continue building on the work of the Saudi Art Council to fill a demand gap in the artistic education across Saudi Arabia,” El-Khalil pointed out. Princess Jawaher bint Majed bin Abdul Aziz, chairwoman of the Saudi Art Council, said: “The city of Jeddah has long been at the forefront of Saudi Arabia’s contemporary art scene, and we are excited to bring creative responses to environmental concerns to the table with the 7th edition of 21,39 Jeddah Arts. “As a culturally rich melting pot, Jeddah is a place of exchange for new ideas, and we look forward to presenting a multifaceted program that we hope will be the springboard for dialogue between local and international artists and audiences, and which will give voice to young people through an extensive educational outreach program.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Art CouncilJeddah Arts Jeddah Arts 21, 39: Man’s relationship with Earth in spotlightJeddah Art Week — a blend of local and international talents

LA Italian eatery Amadeo delights the palate in Riyadh Season pop-up

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 02:35 RIYADH: Renowned Italian restaurant Amadeo has opened up in Al-Murabba for Riyadh Season.  The pop-up has started brightly, and head chef Gianni Vietina invited Arab News to sample the menu and chat about his experience
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LA Italian eatery Amadeo delights the palate in Riyadh Season pop-up

Author: Sun, 2019-12-15 02:35 RIYADH: Renowned Italian restaurant Amadeo has opened up in Al-Murabba for Riyadh Season.  The pop-up has started brightly, and head chef Gianni Vietina invited Arab News to sample the menu and chat about his experience. Vietina, in Saudi Arabia for the first time, said that he loved the location he had set up in, and was very happy to be opening up in the Kingdom.  “The location is gorgeous. At night, with all the lights on, the music going, it’s very nice.” Despite minor setbacks he faced while setting up, Vietina considers the experience to be a positive one and that the response was even better than he had expected.  “Like anything new, you have quests, you have problems. Up to now, we’re doing pretty good. We are up and running. We’re comfortable now, which is a shame as we’re leaving pretty soon,” he said. He added that he would repeat the experience in a heartbeat if he could: “They were nice enough to ask me to stay in Saudi a little longer, but I can’t. I need to go back home. But I would love to come back.” He said that while he was not planning to open up a permanent restaurant in Saudi Arabia, he would not rule it out completely.  “I’ve been offered options, and friends have offered to show me locations while I’m here, but I can’t do it right now, I just opened a new restaurant two months ago,” he said. “I chose the dishes that I know that most of the Saudis that visit my restaurant in Los Angeles like.” Gianni Vietina, Head chef of Amadeo The pop-up’s menu contains most of what the original restaurant offers, including his ever-popular penne amadeo and spaghetti bolognese, with the chefs using a combination of imported and locally sourced ingredients.  “I chose the dishes that I know that most of the Saudis that visit my restaurant in Los Angeles like,” he told Arab News. For the pop-up, Vietina has stuck to using halal and alcohol-free ingredients.  “It was challenging at the beginning. But the bolognese at Amadeo doesn’t contain pork, and I realized after we tried cooking without wine that almost nothing changed. I actually prefer it,” he said. Amadeo is a favorite of Saudis visiting Los Angeles, with Vietina going so far as to describe the restaurant as a “Little Riyadh” on most evenings between July and September.  He even recognizes some of the customers who have come into the Riyadh pop-up, and always stops over to greet them. Upon sampling the menu, it’s easy to see why the food at Amadeo has remained popular all these years.  The eggplant parmigiana is a perfect blend of crusty cheese and silky smooth eggplant, with hints of basil and rosemary.  The bolognese is rich, meaty and decadent, without being too heavy and greasy. And the penne Amadeo, which Vietina has been eating since his childhood, is a timeless classic of crushed tomato, basil, finished off with butter and Parmigiano Reggiano for a creamy, rich flavor. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: AmadeoRiyadh season Riyadh eatery reflects on Saudi-Spanish cultural tiesJeddah eatery, toxic plant closed down

Dr. Essam Al-Ammar,  associate professor at King Saud University

Sun, 2019-12-15 03:57 Energy chiefs, last week,  signed a deal to set up the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region’s first specialized equipment test lab in Saudi Arabia at the 9th Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference in Jeddah. Dr. Essam Al-Ammar, w
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Dr. Essam Al-Ammar,  associate professor at King Saud University

Sun, 2019-12-15 03:57 Energy chiefs, last week,  signed a deal to set up the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region’s first specialized equipment test lab in Saudi Arabia at the 9th Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference in Jeddah. Dr. Essam Al-Ammar, who has been a member of the International Sustainable Organization, since October 2011, was part of the technical committee of the conference.  Al-Ammar is an associate professor at King Saud University’s (KSU) electrical engineering department. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at KSA in 1997. He worked at Lucent Technology Co. as a power/software engineer until August 1999.  Al-Ammar went to the US to pursue higher studies and obtained a master’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Alabama in 2003. He did his Ph.D. at Arizona State University in 2007. On his return to the Kingdom, he worked as an energy consultant and adviser at different organizations, including Riyadh Techno Valley, Ministry of Water and Electricity and Saudi Aramco. He also worked at the Saudi Electricity and Co-generation Regulatory Authority as the organization’s adviser for over seven years until July 2019. Al-Ammar joined KSU as an assistant professor in October 2007 and in January 2012 he was promoted as associate professor. He is also a senior member of the Institute of Electronic Engineers since October 2001. He has authored nearly 100 research papers and has 20 patents in energy and water. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Who's WhoKing Saud UniversityInternational Sustainable Organization Rania Nashar, CEO of Samba Financial GroupMarei bin Mahfouz, founder and chairman of the Marei bin Mahfouz Group

NHAI to operate more hybrid lanes until 75% of vehicles are fitted with fastag

The chairman of NHAI Sukbir Singh Sandhu has asked the regional officers of the NHAI to take call in converting the FASTag lane into hybrid lane as temporary measures. He, however, instructed the ROs not to convert more than 25% of FASTag lanes of fee plaza t
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NHAI to operate more hybrid lanes until 75% of vehicles are fitted with fastag

The chairman of NHAI Sukbir Singh Sandhu has asked the regional officers of the NHAI to take call in converting the FASTag lane into hybrid lane as temporary measures. He, however, instructed the ROs not to convert more than 25% of FASTag lanes of fee plaza to hybrid lanes during the period.

Kipchoge to make return at April's London Marathon

Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge has chosen April's London Marathon for his first race since becoming the first person to run a marathon in under two hours, organisers said on Sunday.
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Kipchoge to make return at April's London Marathon

Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge has chosen April's London Marathon for his first race since becoming the first person to run a marathon in under two hours, organisers said on Sunday.

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