Saudi Arabia’s Ithra to host 28 artists for the 9th edition...

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What does the notion of place mean to you? This is the question the 9th edition of ‘21,39’ Jeddah Arts exhibition poses. The popular Saudi arts exhibition, which opens on Thursday at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra), showcases the work of established and emerging artists from Saudi Arabia, Chile, Iraq, Pakistan, Lebanon and Palestine around

‎MedGulf shares hit all-time low

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Logo of MedGulf Shares of The Mediterranean and Gulf Insurance and Reinsurance Co. (MEDGULF) dropped by 2% to SAR 11.82, recording the lowest close since debut, today, June 30.  The stock dropped 1%, with a trading volume of nearly 100,000 shares so far. The company, which is currently capitalized at SAR 1.050 billion, was founded in 2005

‎Fitch upgrades PIF’s outlook to ‘Positive’

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Logo of Public Investment Fund Fitch Ratings revised the outlook on Public Investment Fund's (PIF) long-term foreign- and local-currency issuer default ratings (IDR), today, April 29, to “Positive” from “Stable”. The Positive outlooks reflect that on the sovereign.   The rating agency also affirmed the IDRs at 'A' Earlier this month, Fitch referred to improvements in the

Meghan Markle Bullying Report Findings Will Stay Private, Palace Official Says

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The findings of an investigation looking into allegations that Meghan Markle bullied royal aides will remain private, a palace official announced at a press conference on Wednesday.The press conference concerned the release of the Sovereign Grant report, which tracks the British monarchy’s public spending. It was thought that the conference would also touch on the

UK Royals’ Spending Up 17%, Mostly For Palace Overhaul Costs

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LONDON (AP) — The British monarchy’s publicly-funded spending rose by 17% to 102.4 million pounds ($124 million) in the past year, with the renovation of Buckingham Palace taking up a large part of the expenses, royal accounts published Thursday showed.The palace’s annual Sovereign Grant report showed that royal spending went up by 14.9 million pounds

Questions Remain After Teens Found Dead In South African Nightclub

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CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — South African authorities were seeking answers Monday, a day after 21 underage teenagers partying after the end of school exams died in a mysterious incident at a nightclub. The bodies of many of the victims, the youngest a 13-year-old girl, were discovered by police lying on tables, slumped in