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Facebook joins programme to train 1 million Arab youth to code

Facebook joins programme to train 1 million Arab youth to code

Facebook is partnering with the Mohammed bin Rashid Global Initiatives (MBRGI) to teach 1 million Arab youth how to code, in a programme that has the potential to build stronger communities in the region, the social media giant has announced.

The company is collaborating on the initiative “right from the very beginning, all the way to when they s

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For timing of Aramco IPO, watch forward oil price curve

For timing of Aramco IPO, watch forward oil price curve

It's the burning question in the oil industry: when will Saudi Arabia pull the trigger on the Aramco stock market listing?

Many industry experts are focusing on the current level of oil prices. However another key consideration for Saudi officials in floating up to 5 percent of the state oil producer is where they see prices in one to two years'

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Backstreet Boys return to Dubai for Blended festival

Backstreet Boys return to Dubai for Blended festival

Nineties pop band Backstreet Boys are coming to Dubai in April as part of the revived Blended festival. 

The quintet - AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson - will play at Dubai Media City Amphitheatre on Friday April 20.

Festival-goers can expect their selection of popclassics like Everybody, Shape of My Heart

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Saudi seeks to press ahead with nuclear energy capability

Saudi seeks to press ahead with nuclear energy capability

Saudi Arabia is calling on the US to allow it to develop its nuclear power capability as it seeks to lessen its domestic consumption of oil.

The kingdom is currently planning to spend in excess of $80 billion on 16 nuclear reactors over the quarter of a century and has sought participation from the US in the expansive programme – which is d

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Saudi Arabia's cabinet approves bankruptcy law

Saudi Arabia's cabinet approves bankruptcy law

Saudi Arabia's cabinet has approved a bankruptcy law, sources familiar with the matter said on Sunday, giving a boost to efforts to make the kingdom more enticing to investors.

Modern bankruptcy legislation does not currently exist in Saudi Arabia, creating difficulties for struggling companies seeking to restructure debt with creditors since the

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