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In a lackluster session, which started late and was interrupted several times for lack of quorum, the National Assembly yesterday passed in the first reading the consumer protection law and amendments to the Zakat House law. The 37-article consumer
Abdulaziz Al-Khater A survey conducted by Northwestern University in Qatar in partnership with Doha Film Institute, the first of its kind in the region, indicates that 68 percent would support banning offensive materials. While just less than half of
Habitat School, an educational organization with a new concept, will open in Ajman on Thursday. We are starting classes from Thursday, CT Shamsu Zaman, managing director of the school, told Arab News on the sidelines of a press conference on
Efforts to renew negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians resuming today, after the Passover holiday, despite Monday's murder by a gunman of Chief Superintendent Baurch Mizrahi, senior police intelligence and crime officer, outside Hebron.
MP Yacoub Al-Sane yesterday submitted a proposal to form an investigation committee to probe revelations by MP Abdullah Al-Tameemi who said he had mediated to secure cash grants for husseiniyas and needy people from the office of the prime minister.
Quds University, Dajani led a trip to Auschwitz that was paid for by the German government. He has been criticized in a land where many anti-Israel residents deny the Holocaust ever occurred, or reduce its historic importance. I thought there would
MPs Riyadh Al-Adasani and Abdulkarim Al-Kandari said yesterday they will file a request next week to grill the prime minister over alleged payments of cash grants through lawmakers and general mismanagement. Later, MP Hussein Quwaiaan said he will
The leader of the Arab League says he is confident that Israel and the Palestinians will resolve a crisis over the release of long-held Palestinian prisoners and extend their U.S.-brokered peace talks. Nabil Elaraby told The Associated Press in an
Muhammad Al-Smaili, director general of the station in Jeddah, said the authorities have decided to open a new one, adjacent to the current facility, because of public demand. The new station would be built soon in cooperation with the Jeddah traffic
Sulaiman Al-Hudaithy as managing director and chief executive officer of the company, effective from Monday (7/4/2014). Al-Hudaithy holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of Arizona in the US.