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DHAHRAN — Under the patronages of Eng. Yousef Al-Ulyan, Vice President of Saudi Aramco Information Technology and Chairman of the National Information Technology (NIT) Academy and Dennis Dongliang, CEO of Huawei In Saudi Arabia, the NIT Academy and Huawei celebrated the graduation of the second batch of the trainees who finished the six-month enrichment programs …

Rapid changes in technology are posing “unique challenges” to the security services which will face “enormous complexity” in the future, the boss of GCHQ has said. Speaking 100 years since Government Communications Headquarters was formed, director Jeremy Fleming described society as being in a “period of accelerated change” with technological advances leaving the spy agency …

OAN NewsroomUPDATED 7:48 AM PT — Wednesday, September 25, 2019 The White House released the transcript from the July phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. During the call, the presidents discuss the aid provided to Ukraine and the lack of support Ukraine receives from the European Union. President Trump offered his …

FILE PHOTO: COO of EMEA Fiat Chrysler Pietro Gorlier speaks during the ceremony to mark the installation of the first robot on the production line for the new electric Fiat 500 BEV at the Mirafiori industrial complex on the 80th birthday of the plant in Turin, Italy July 11, 2019. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca September 19, 2019 …

New Delhi: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah, currently a member of the Rajya Sabha, has been detained under the Public Safety Act. The PSA allows detention for up to two years without a trial. The decision to slap the PSA on the NC leader came Sunday night, on the …

ABU DHABI — While economic growth and urbanization are positive trends in the development of humankind, they also contribute to an increase in the world’s population and exacerbate the shortage of three inextricably linked resources: energy, water and food. The issue of ensuring their availability, as well as security, requires a comprehensive approach, said …

By Mathias Johansson Head, Ericsson Saudi Arabia and Egypt TODAY, a majority of the Saudi Arabia’s population lives in cities, and urban concentration is accelerating. Therefore, Saudi cities that hold 83% of its population are vital for solving major social, environmental, and economic challenges while taking into consideration that today, most of the urban …

Hello and welcome to Monday’s live blog. From politics to sports to entertainment, the Internet is buzzing with the breaking news and headlines from across the globe. While tension has escalated between India and Pakistan with the former scrapping the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, former finance minister Arun Jaitley, who was admitted to …

Hello and welcome to Sunday’s live blog. From politics to sports to entertainment, the Internet is buzzing with the breaking news and headlines from across the globe. While the JDS-Congress government in Karnataka is on the verge of collapse, Goa has also been witnessing high-voltage political drama over Cabinet rejig from the last few days. …

Hello and welcome to Monday’s live blog. From politics to sports to entertainment, the Internet is buzzing with the breaking news and headlines from across the globe. While the JD(S)-Congress government in Karnataka plunged into a crisis, with 14 MLAs of the alliance submitting their resignation to the Speaker, the World Cup fever sweeps the …