A Saudi woman wins the World Customs Award

By Iqbal Tamimi Nashwa Bint Abdulhadi Taher, former board member of the Jeddah Chamber and the Chairperson of the Committee of Commerce Chamber won the World Customs Organization’s award.  Taher  is  the first Arab business... Read more

Family quality time in Saudi cartoon

Family quality time is a serious subject that worries the majority, regardless of their nationalities. Saudi caricaturist Rabeea reflects his idea about family quality time in Saudi Arabia in this work of art, where a couple are watching... Read more

A female Jordanian blogger stabbed in the stomach

Enas Musallam, a female Jordanian blogger, and an activist has been stabbed in the stomach in Amman yesterday, according to a statement published today, Tuesday, by the national campaign for the rights of students, Zabahtona, translates (You... Read more

TUC has declared a war

Trades Union Congress in UK (TUC) has rolled its sleeves along with the Trade Union of Journalists (NUJ) to fight against gender discrimination. The first round involves asking the most obvious question ‘Where are all the Women?’

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