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Saudi Arabia’s national airline updates desss code to ban thin, short, revealing or offensive clothing

By Naima Bukhari  Saudi Arabia’s national airline “Saidia” updates dress code Saudi Arabian Airlines (also known as Saudia), the national carrier of Saudi Arabia, has warned passengers about the way they dress, stating that those who are “clothed in a manner that would cause discomfort or offense to other passengers”…




المملكة المتحدة وَ الإمارات العربية المتحدة الانضمام إلى القوات. لخلق ثورة في إعادة التأهيل.

By Saila Safwana المملكة المتحدة وَ الإمارات العربية المتحدة الانضمام إلى القوات. لخلق ثورة في إعادة التأهيل. ناركونُن ناركونُن الصحوة وقد اتبعتناركونُن إلى٢٠١٧ إعادة التأهيل غير ربحية من المملكة المتحدة فيالإمارات العربية المتحدة ينمو بسرعة. برنامج ناركونن هو أسلوب دقيق خطوة بخطوة يناسب جميع أنواع الإدمان ليساعد الأفراد على التخلص من آثاره العكسية على…


Jimmy Choo sells up

By Olo Igbindadolor  Luxury shoes designer Jimmy Choo is selling up UK luxury footwear designer Jimmy Choo, founded in the East End of London and make famous by their celebrity following over the years including UK Princess, Princess Diana, is no more. Al-Sahawat Times | Ethical Global News from Oman…





Google Glass returns, this time to spy on staff

By Zakiya Afzani Google Glass returns, this time it’s professional Google’s failed wearable smart tech the Google Glass has returned with a brand new vision. The wearable was widely thought to have been killed off after failing to impress consumers, but it’s now been reimagined for the workplace. Google Glass Enterprise…


Mental Health sufferers in right to die claim

By Abdul Karim Mental Health sufferers take to the courts for right to die As more and more countries around the world contemplate legalising the right to die for sufferers of incurable physical conditions such as ‘locked in syndrome’. For many the right to a painless and dignified death is…