Press Release

Arabic Language Armenian Genocide Source Materials Now Available On Armenian National Institute Website

WASHINGTON, April 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Armenian National Institute (ANI) announced the launch of an Arabic version of its widely consulted website on the Armenian Genocide, which will continue to be expanded over the coming months. The site can be accessed at arabic.armenian-genocide.org or through the main ANI site at https://www.armenian-genocide.org/. The ANI website contains extensive records on […]

General

Reformation and Rehabilitation takes security, legal procedures against inmates for blocking corridors

The General Directorate of Reformation and Rehabilitation today said that a limited number of inmates had blocked corridors, refused to go inside their cells and violated instructions in the last days. Their deeds resulted in hindering provided services, including calls and healthcare for other inmates. They also disturbed work procedures.   Violating inmates were warned […]

Health

The State of Qatar Affirms its Commitment to Fair Production and Supply of COVID-19 Vaccines

New York-The State of Qatar affirmed its moral and humanitarian commitment to ensure fair production and supply of COVID-19 vaccines all over the world, warning that the big gap in vaccine availability could derail the efforts made to achieve the sustainable development goals by 2030.   This came in the statement read by HE the […]

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Happy Ramadan 2021: ONEMT to Launch Exclusive Revenge of Sultans Edition with Special offers

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, April 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ONEMT, a leading mobile game developer, is celebrating Ramadan with its hit mobile real-time strategy game (RTS), Revenge of Sultans, from April 13 – May 16. Taking the theme “#Enjoy Ramadan with the Revenge of Sultans”, Revenge of Sultans will launch a Ramadan edition that includes special […]

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CGTN: Beyond the Mountains: Life in Xinjiang

BEIJING, April 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Tianshan Mountains, stretching for thousands of miles across China’s northwestern frontier, divides the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in half – the relatively affluent north and the less developed south. For some time, people in the south with a bigger ethnic minority population didn’t understand the rapid development in the north […]