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Hello Government: Ease Red Tape for Women Entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia

According to Aisha Natu, who writes a weekly column in a local Saudi Arabia paper, current regulations and bureaucracy is hampering the development of businesses run by women in Saudi Arabia.   97 more words

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Is Saudi Arabia prepared to let oil price drop to $20?

Saudi Arabia seems to fighting two battles; one against oil shale and one against the Iran-Russia combination. In the long term both are doomed to failure. 955 more words


Lifeguard Training and Rescue Course for Teens

A great new initiative to teach vital skills. Take advantage of this new lifeguard training and rescue skills course put together by the International Community in Jeddah beginning 4th January, 2015. 129 more words



Visitors and shoppers are seen outside old buildings in downtown Jeddah. Efforts are being made to rehabilitate and preserve the historic center of Saudi Arabia’s former capital. (SPA)

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Clusters of homes in Al-Dayer Bani Malik governorate are nestled in the mountains of Jazan region in the south. Located about 150 kilometers northeast of Jazan proper, Al-Dayer is home to several mountains, the most famous of which is Talan, whose highest peak stands at 2,300 meters above sea level. 21 more words

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The dummy's guide to the recent crash in oil prices.

Black gold isn’t so valuable these days. Current estimates at the time of writing show WTI crude oil selling for $56 dollars p/barrel and Brent crude oil selling for $61 dollars p/barrel, the lowest prices since May 2009. 1,429 more words


Plummeting Oil Prices Are the Latest Argument Against the Keystone XL Pipeline

Originally published on VICE News Dec. 17, 2014.

The Keystone XL Pipeline has already run into a million problems, and the latest one might be plummeting oil prices. 1,005 more words