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KSRelief inaugurates medical program for open-heart surgery, catheterization in Mali
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) inaugurated a voluntary medical program specialized in open-heart surgery and catheterization for children in Mali’s Bamako.
The program saw medical teams perform eight cardiac catheterizations and one open-heart surgery, wrote state agency SPA.
The initiative, which is in cooperation with the Muslim World League, is also an extension of the various medical programs implemented by KSRelief in low-income countries.
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Late Morocco goals seal stunning win over Belgium
Morocco caused the latest shock at a World Cup that has been full of surprises by beating Belgium thanks to late goals by Abdelhamid Sabiri and Zakaria Aboukhlal.
Iran complain to Fifa over flag change post by US
Iran's football federation has complained to Fifa after the Islamic Republic emblem was removed from its flag in social media posts by the United States team.
"It was a celebration for the Arab world."
Saudi Sports Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal speaks to CNN in Doha about the country's shock triumph over Argentina and the Kingdom's growing investment in sports.
Cristiano Ronaldo offered mammoth £1.2million-a-week contract after Man Utd exit
Cristiano Ronaldo has been offered a lucrative three-year contract with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr which would see him become the highest-paid player in football history, accor...
Riots erupt in Brussels after Morocco pull off World Cup upset beating Belgium
Philippe Close, the mayor of Brussels, urged football fans to stay away from the city centre and said authorities were doing their utmost to keep order in the streets.
Reality ends some Qatari dreams of World Cup rental bonanza
Qatar has found itself with an unexpected glut of rooms in the World Cup's busy group stage, with online portals showing rooms in at least 42 hotels and Airbnb offering hundreds...
Why is it called 'Black Friday'? How the biggest shopping holiday of the year got its name
The Black Friday name comes from a late 1860s stock market crash, and now carries on to the annual shopping event the day after Thanksgiving.
Saudi Arabia blocks Qatari beIN's World Cup streaming platform
Saudi Arabia has blocked Qatari broadcaster BeIN's popular streaming service TOD.tv since the start of the World Cup on Nov. 20, according to a Reuters witness, in a sudden disr...
Elon Musk Was Asked If Twitter Will Continue Its Character Limit. His Reply
It all started when Elon Musk shared a couple of slides from his “Twitter company talk”.
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