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    Saudi Arabia Condemns Israel’s ‘Flagrant Violations’ of Palestinian Rights

    Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan on Sunday condemned Israel’s “flagrant violations” of Palestinian rights and called on the international community to act urgently to put an end to military operations. Prince Faisal was speaking in televised remarks at the start of an emergency virtual meeting of the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) as hostilities between Israel and militants in Gaza entered their seventh day. The Saudi foreign minister condemned the violation of the sanctity of Islamic holy sites and “forcible” eviction of Palestinians from their homes in East Jerusalem. He called on the international community to carry […] More

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    Tourism Minister: Bahrain Ready to Receive Saudi Visitors

    Bahrain’s Industry, Commerce and Tourism Minister Zayed bin Rashid al-Zayani said the kingdom is ready to welcome Saudi tourists and visitors once the King Fahd Causeway re-opens later this month. The bridge, which links Saudi Arabia to Bahrain, was closed on March 7, 2020 as part of the precautionary measures taken by Saudi Arabia to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority (BTEA) launched a social media campaign earlier this year to boost communication, promote Manama as a preferred tourist destination and highlight the various tourism activities organized amid strict health protocols due to the […] More

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    Driverless taxis start operating in China

    Although traffic flows aren't heavy, an influx of tourists was seen in the park on the … found that 90.5 percent of those surveyed in Saudi Arabia believed there … The percentage of Saudi adults who said they were planning to start a … Read further. More

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    Saudi Arabia to Require Arriving Visitors to Quarantine for a Week

    Foreign citizens arriving in Saudi Arabia must quarantine for a week in government-approved accommodation starting May 20 to combat the spread of COVID-19, the Saudi civil aviation authority (GACA) said on Monday. As the Kingdom reopens, exempted individuals such as Saudi citizens, flight crews and diplomats will have to quarantine at home unless they are vaccinated, state news agency SPA said, citing an interior ministry official. Airlines are required to contract accommodation approved by the tourism ministry to house people in quarantine. The cost will be added to airfare. Fully vaccinated people do not need to quarantine if they present […] More

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