A new report shows that 40 percent of Muslim students in California reported being bullied because of their faith, more than twice the national average for bullying in school for all students.
JEDDAH — The Ministry of Haj and Umrah has started implementing the compulsory payment abroad by Umrah companies for Umrah services, in line with the established electronic system following coordination by the ministry with the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA).
JEDDAH — Saudi Arabia has announced that it has issued 23,715 tourist visas until Monday from the time the Kingdom opened up her lands for foreign tourists on Sept. 28.
A staggering 2.2 billion people already suffer from eye conditions and visual impairment today, but the global need for eye care is set to increase “dramatically”,
There is a “sign of hope for the long-suffering Syrian people” as a Syrian-led, Syrian-owned, credible and inclusive Constitutional Committee is set to start deliberations in October - the United Nations Special Envoy for the country told the Security Council.
In his unwavering bid to build a capable and honest Municipality, eThekwini Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda has vowed that the City will conduct lifestyle audits of public officials and prevent public servants from engaging in business with eThekwini.
Abusive restrictions, including a lockdown on internet and mobile phone services, remain
Recognizing the potential of African youth caught up in conflict to forge peace, is crucial for nurturing their developing identities, and could help them turn away from violence, a youth representative told the Security Council on Wednesday.
EThekwini Municipality encourages the public not to pay a bribe to Municipal officials in order to fast-track services, as this is a criminal offence and will be treated as such.
There is a “sign of hope for the long-suffering Syrian people” as a Syrian-led, Syrian-owned, credible and inclusive Constitutional Committee is set to start deliberations this month according to the United Nations Special Envoy for the country.
Some 900,000 mainly Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have sought shelter in the Cox’s Bazar region in south-eastern Bangladesh following military operations two years ago.