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  • Agriculture Ministry Bans Temporarily Cows and Sheep Import from Mongolia

    Riyadh, Jumada I 5, 1435, Mar 6, 2014, SPA — The Ministry of Agriculture issued a decision banning temporarily the import of cows and sheep from the State of Mongolia because of foot and mouth disease. The decision was based …

  • World Markets Shares rise

    TOKYO, Jumada I 5, 1435, Mar 6, 2014, SPA — Shares rose ahead of a monthly policy meeting of the European Central Bank on Thursday as easing tensions in the Ukraine kept markets stable after their recent bout of volatility, …

  • U.S. Asks U.N. to Act against North Korea for Missile Tests

    Washington, Jumada I 5, 1435, Mar 6, 2014, SPA — The United States has asked the U.N. Security Council to take action against North Korea for firing two rounds of ballistic missiles in the past week in “clear and calculated …

  • Saudi Students in Kuwaiti Universities Reach 3412

    Kuwait, Jumada I 5, 1435, Mar 6, 2014, SPA — The number of Saudi male and female students in Kuwaiti government and private universities reached 3412 students studying bachelor's and master's degrees in the disciplines of medical, engineering, administrative and …

  • Saudi Arabia donates $1million to Human Rights Commission

    Geneva, Jumada I 4, 1435, Mar 5, 2014, SPA — The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has donated $one million to the High Commission for Human Rights in continuation to its voluntary support for United Nations organizations. This was announced during …

  • U.N. Says Chemical Weapons Used in Syria Came from Army Supply

    United Nations, Jumada I 4, 1435, Mar 5, 2014, SPA — Chemical weapons used in two incidents in Syria last year seem to have come from the stockpiles of the Syrian military, U.N. human-rights investigators said Wednesday in a report …

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