sábado, 26 de março de 2016

ARAB NEWS-Alarm: 70% rise in cyber harassment among youth

AL JAZEERA NEWS-Three men charged with terrorism for Brussels attacks

INDONESIA NEWS-JAKARTA POST-Rolling Stones unleash rock and roll on massive Cuban crowd

CORRIERE DELLA SERA-Il Belgio adesso teme per i siti nucleari

FOLHA DE SÃO PAULO-POLITICOS CORRUPTOS PRETENDEM DEIXAR O BRASIL,SERÁ QUE O AMOR ACABOU OU É MEDO..

JORNAL DE NOTICIAS-PORTUGAL-Onze mil enfermeiros correm para 774 vagas

OGLOBO-DUNGA PEDE PARA SAIR É LEVA A DILMA COM VOCE-VERDADE OU MENTIRA.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-ISIS Finance Chief Killed in Raid by U.S. Commandos



BRUSSELS: Belgian prosecutors have charged three men with terrorist offenses, including a suspect who local media said appeared on security footage with two suicide...

MADINAH: Harassment on the Internet among the country’s young people aged 13 to 26 has risen by 70 p...

ADEN: Three suicide bombings claimed by the Daesh group on Friday struck checkpoints of Yemeni loyal...

Riyadh: The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has applauded the positive role of Prince Mohammed bin Naif Center for...

JEDDAH: To encourage Saudization, public drivers’ visas will no longer be issued to expats.This is the agreement reached between the Labor and Transport Ministries as...

SAUDI ARABIA »


DAMMAM: The "red carpet" was made of green artificial turf and women wore traditional black robes when the third Saudi Film Festival opened here on Thursday night.About 400 enthusiastic film fans filled a hall for the opening ceremony at a culture and arts center.Although public cinemas are banned i...
RIYADH: Education Minister Ahmed Al-Issa directed universities to give preference to Saudi applicants holding doctoral degrees for faculty...
JEDDAH: The Administrative Court of Appeal has upheld the ruling of the Board of Grievances sentencing two expat brothers to five years...
RIYADH: The Ministry of Interior have accused government institutions and ministries of failing and lagging in the application of articles...
RIYADH: Leasing terms for tourism projects have been granted extensions in order to provide high quality tourism services, create more jobs...
JUBAIL: The estimated number of Saudi craftsmen in the Kingdom has reached 9,248 out of a total of 20,671 craftsmen currently residing...
RIYADH: The Ministry of Health announced the launch of a new program that aims to determine suitable medicines for each patient through...
RIYADH: A 76-year-old Saudi woman from Riyadh and a 55-year-old expatriate man from Hail died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome...
JEDDAH: The Al-Khafji Municipality has made it mandatory for all restaurants and kitchens to indicate the types and sources of meats...
RIYADH: Twenty-eight Egyptian expatriates were deported on Thursday for violating the country’s residency and labor...
DAMMAM: A Saudi citizen and a Jordanian expatriate were executed for murder in Dammam on Thursday, the Interior Ministry said on...
RIYADH: The Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) plans to train 950,000 Saudis by 2020 in various technical professions needed...
MADINAH: One hundred and twenty-one cases of traffic rule violations have been registered by the Saher Automated Vehicle Monitoring System...

MIDDLE EAST »

ANKARA, Turkey: Turkey’s president has criticized foreign diplomats who attended...
JERUSALEM: The UN condemned on Friday the “gruesome” killing of a wounded Palest...
TRIPOLI: Authorities in control of Libya’s capital on Friday declared a “maximum...
CAIRO: Egypt’s Interior Ministry said Thursday it has killed members of a gang s...
WASHINGTON: Defense Secretary Ash Carter says US forces have killed a senior Dae...

WORLD »

DETROIT: Hillary Clinton has faced surprisingly strong competition this primary...
BRUSSELS: Brussels airport officials say flights won’t resume before Tuesday as...
MOSCOW: The Kremlin said that “no one is under any illusion” that it is possible...
BRUSSELS: Police raided Brussels neighborhoods Friday in operations described as...
LONDON: Even a Nobel Peace Prize isn't enough to curb the rising Islamophobia am...

SPORTS »

LOS ANGELES: Guatemala dealt a lackluster United States a devastating 2-0 defeat...
RECIFE, Brazil: Luis Suarez scored on his return from a worldwide ban for biting...
MIAMI: Top-ranked Novak Djokovic made a strong start Friday in his quest for a t...
NAGPUR: Afghanistan will hope to catch the West Indies with a hangover Sunday as...
KOLKATA: Skipper Kane Williamson backed New Zealand to keep getting better at cr...

ECONOMY »


TOKYO: Japan's consumer inflation was flat in the year to February as low energy costs and weak consumption put a lid on price growth, government data showed on Friday, k...
SHANGHAI: Shanghai on Friday unveiled rules to cool its housing market, as China seeks to rein-in property speculation in select top-tier...
SEOUL: The few Asian stock markets that were trading Friday were mixed, with Tokyo shares up and stocks in Seoul and Shanghai nearly flat...
PARIS: France put tighter reins on its public sector deficit last year than expected on the back of slightly better growth, data showed Friday, as the...
BOAO, China: China's yuan will come under renewed downward pressure if the US dollar rises significantly in coming months, a policy...
WASHINGTON: US economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter, but not as sharply as previously estimated, with fairly strong consumer spending...
BEIJING: The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), the private sector arm of Islamic Development...
NEW YORK: Starboard Value LP nominated an entirely new board at Yahoo, setting up a fight for control of the faded Internet company.Starboard...
RIYADH: Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Alwaleed Philanthropies (AP), receives an honorary plaque by Kafeef Association for the Blind in...
DUBAI: UAE residents adopting a lavish lifestyle and taking out excessive loans they cannot afford are increasingly putting...

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