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15 million tourists visited Saudi Arabia in Q1: Princess Haifa Bint Mohammed

TRSDC preparing a new breed of Saudi hospitality professionals to place Kingdom firmly on global tourism map RIYADH: A few years ago, it was a bit inconceivable to see tourists in large numbers swimming in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea or marveling at the breath-taking natural habitats in the nearby islands. Frankly, the Kingdom was never …

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How Saudi developer TRSDC is turning Sheybarah Island into an iconic resort

TRSDC preparing a new breed of Saudi hospitality professionals to place Kingdom firmly on global tourism map RIYADH: A few years ago, it was a bit inconceivable to see tourists in large numbers swimming in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea or marveling at the breath-taking natural habitats in the nearby islands. Frankly, the Kingdom was never …

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WEF: Economists warn of deepening human misery amide global economic fragmentation

TRSDC preparing a new breed of Saudi hospitality professionals to place Kingdom firmly on global tourism map RIYADH: A few years ago, it was a bit inconceivable to see tourists in large numbers swimming in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea or marveling at the breath-taking natural habitats in the nearby islands. Frankly, the Kingdom was never …

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TRSDC preparing a new breed of Saudi hospitality professionals to place Kingdom firmly on global tourism map

RIYADH: A few years ago, it was a bit inconceivable to see tourists in large numbers swimming in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea or marveling at the breath-taking natural habitats in the nearby islands. Frankly, the Kingdom was never on the radar screen of potential European, American and Asian tourists as most of these visitors preferred …

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Shanghai inches toward COVID-19 lockdown exit, Beijing plays defense

Russia claims to have taken full control of Mariupol; Ukraine seeks compensation for destruction POKROVSK, Ukraine: Russia claimed to have captured Mariupol on Friday in what would be its biggest victory yet in its war with Ukraine, after a nearly three-month siege that reduced much of the strategic port city to a smoking ruin, with …

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North Korea reports more fevers as Kim Jong Un claims COVID-19 virus progress

International Muslim History Month returns to shed light on pioneers and sees quadrupled participation LONDON: An annual initiative that celebrates Muslim accomplishments throughout history and confronts Islamophobia globally through education has grown significantly in popularity, with social media engagement quadrupling in just a year, organizers said. International Muslim History Month, which was established by the …

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Beijing locks down more people in China’s zero COVID-19 fight

KYIV/NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine: Ukraine’s military said on Tuesday it was working to evacuate all remaining troops from their last stronghold in the besieged port of Mariupol, ceding control of the city to Russia after months of bombardment.The evacuation likely marked the end of the longest and bloodiest battle of the Ukraine war and a significant defeat …

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Taiwan’s president condemns California church shooting

KYIV/NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine: Ukraine’s military said on Tuesday it was working to evacuate all remaining troops from their last stronghold in the besieged port of Mariupol, ceding control of the city to Russia after months of bombardment.The evacuation likely marked the end of the longest and bloodiest battle of the Ukraine war and a significant defeat …

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What We Are Eating Today: Tanuki

DUBAI: The national cuisines of few countries can boast the variety of influences found in Saudi Arabian dishes, thanks to the remarkable assortment of flavors and ingredients introduced to the Kingdom over centuries by pilgrims, merchants and travelers. The variety of traditional dishes that can be found across the country reflect these diverse cultural influences …

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Aramco Team Series unlocks new horizons with ‘game-changing’ expansion into Asia

Moriya Jutanugarn picks Catriona Matthew in headline pairing for $1m Aramco Team Series – Bangkok BANGKOK: Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn will partner up with Solheim Cup star Catriona Matthew in one of the headline fourballs at this week’s Aramco Team Series – Bangkok. She used her captain’s pick in Tuesday night’s pre-tournament draft to recruit the …

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