The Nutcracker, performed by the Saint-Petersburg Tchaikovsky Ballet Theatre, is coming to Dubai Opera in December. The classic Christmas story ballet follows young Clara on a magical adventure as her beloved Nutcracker comes to life, battles the mouse king, waltzes her through the swirling flowers of snow, and joins the Sugar Plum Fairy to reign … More UAE | The Nutcracker Ballet Coming To Dubai Opera. Accompanied By A Live Orchestra, The Shows Comes To Dubai For Four Nights – December 4 To 7
Saudi Arabia has no immediate plans to allow Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to operate in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, its transport minister said on Monday, as state airline flyadeal potentially reconsiders an order for the jets. Boeing’s top-selling MAX has been grounded globally since last month after two fatal crashes involving the same model … More KSA | Saudi Ban On Boeing Max Flights To Continue For Near Future
Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and president of Dubai Health Authority, has presided over the official opening of King’s College Hospital London Dubai Hills. The flagship $200 million 100-bed Dubai Hills hospital is the fourth King’s facility in the UAE after opening medical centers based in Jumeirah … More Dubai| Deputy Ruler Opens King’s College Hospital London In Dubai
Facebook Inc on Wednesday banned praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism on its social media platforms, bolstering its efforts to tackle hate speech. The policy will be enforced next week, the social media giant said in a blog post. Facebook, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc’s YouTube are under pressure to remove … More Social Media| Facebook Bans White Nationalism, White Separatism On Its Platform
His Royal Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, received at his office in Riyadh Al-Maathar District, the Chinese Minister of Defense Wei Fenghe. During the meeting, they reviewed the bilateral relations between the two countries and recent developments in the region. As well as discussing … More Kingdom of Saudi Arabia| HRH Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Receives Chinese Defense Minister
The five-day session took on 32 trainees, introducing them to the tasks of tour guides, including presenting historical information to people with no prior knowledge of the subject under time constraints, as well as teaching other skills the SCTH deems essential for the profession. Specialists introduced trainees to the methods used to guide people through … More Kingdom of Saudi Arabia| The Saudi Commission For Tourism And National Heritage (SCTH) In Madinah Organized Two Tour Guide Training Session Last Week, In Cooperation With The National Center For Human Resources Development (Takamul).
Shares in luxury goods group LVMH briefly fell almost 9 percent at the open on Monday before recovering in what traders said was likely a ,,fat finger” erroneous trade. The shares on Paris’CAC 40 opened at 310.45 euros and fell to 285.7 euros, their lowest since Feb.12 in the opening minutes. The stock then recovered … More Fashion Avenue: LVMH Briefly Sinks Almost 9 Percent; Traders Suspect “Fat Finger”
His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, Crown Prince, Deputy Prim Minister and Minister of Defense, has sent a cable of congratulation to Greece’s President Prokopios Pavlopoul, on the anniversary of his country’s Independence Day!
In gratitude of her work and response to last week’s mosque shootings, Dubai has projected an image of New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on its most iconic building – the Burj Khalifa. A picture of the prime minister embracing a Muslim affected by the attack under the word ,,peace” in Arabic and English lit … More United Arab Emirates| Dubai Honours New Zealand Prime Minister By Projecting Her Picture On Burj Khalifa
News anchors in New Zealand joined women across the country in wearing headscarves as a show of solidarity, on Friday, for the victims of last week ’s mosques shooting. The newsreaders covering the memorial events for the 50 people killed by a white supremacist at two mosques in Christchurch, began broadcasts with Islamic greeting. They … More News Anchors Join New Zealand Women Wearing Headscarves For Mosque Attack Victims