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#ComicBytes: Meet the Spectre, one of DC's most powerful entities

20 Nov 2020

#ComicBytes: Meet the Spectre, one of DC's most powerful entities

The Spectre, arguably the most powerful superhero in the DC Universe, is the physical embodiment of God's vengeance on Earth.

Iranian oil-tanker hit by missiles near Saudi, catches fire: Report

11 Oct 2019

Iranian oil-tanker hit by missiles near Saudi, catches fire: Report

On Friday, Iran-owned Sinopa oil tanker caught fire off Saudi Arabia's coast after being hit by two missiles, the country's media reported. The attack caused an oil spill into the Red Sea.

Drones hit Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, major fire follows

14 Sep 2019

Drones hit Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, major fire follows

Saudi Arabia, the largest exporter of oil, woke up to an unprecedented attack on Saturday.

Khashoggi's children given houses, receive monthly payments from kingdom: Report

02 Apr 2019

Khashoggi's children given houses, receive monthly payments from kingdom: Report

The children of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi have received multimillion-dollar homes and are being paid thousands of dollars per month by the kingdom's authorities, The Washington Post reported yesterday.

Here are world's safest and most-unsafe travel destinations for 2019

24 Dec 2018

Here are world's safest and most-unsafe travel destinations for 2019

As we are stepping into 2019, we have also started making our travel lists.

Yemen deal 'will help bring back security': Saudi-envoy to US

14 Dec 2018

Yemen deal 'will help bring back security': Saudi-envoy to US

Saudi Arabia and its Arab coalition partners "strongly support" an agreement reached on Yemen in UN-brokered peace talks yesterday, which includes a ceasefire in the vital port of Hodeida, Riyadh's US ambassador Khalid bin Salman said.

Yemen on brink of 'major catastrophe': UN aid chief Lowcock

02 Dec 2018

Yemen on brink of 'major catastrophe': UN aid chief Lowcock

UN aid chief Mark Lowcock warned yesterday that Yemen was "on the brink of a major catastrophe," as the world body pushes for peace talks in the impoverished and war-wracked country.

New toll shows 40 children killed in Yemen bus attack

14 Aug 2018

New toll shows 40 children killed in Yemen bus attack

Forty children were among 51 people killed in a Saudi-led coalition air strike on a bus in rebel-held northern Yemen on Thursday, the Red Cross said today.

Saudi Arabia's King Salman begins vacation in $500bn, unbuilt mega-city

31 Jul 2018

Saudi Arabia's King Salman begins vacation in $500bn, unbuilt mega-city

According to state media reports, Saudi Arabia's King Salman is taking a holiday in the as-yet-unbuilt $500bn futuristic mega-city, NEOM, that his son, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, has pledged to build from scratch.

Thistlegorm Project: 360-degree online VR tour of British WWII shipwreck

24 Oct 2017

Thistlegorm Project: 360-degree online VR tour of British WWII shipwreck

Scientists comprehensively digitized a World War II shipwreck to develop an online Virtual Reality experience, allowing users to explore one of the world's most famous shipwreck-diving sites, the British freighter SS Thistlegorm.

Trump Administration considering India's request for armed drones: US official

22 Oct 2017

Trump Administration considering India's request for armed drones: US official

After securing a deal with the US for procuring unarmed Guardian drones, India may also purchase high-tech armed drones from the US.

NASA to auction decades-old vintage photos for upto $9000 each

21 Oct 2017

NASA to auction decades-old vintage photos for upto $9000 each

NASA is putting up for auction vintage photographs of its space journey, including the first picture taken from the Moon and the first picture of Earth taken from space.

Saudi Arabia plans cities on sand to stop oil reliance

08 Aug 2017

Saudi Arabia plans cities on sand to stop oil reliance

Saudi Arabia is now turning over a new leaf. After years of using its vast oil reserves as the primary source for fuelling its economy, the world's biggest oil exporter has now decided to focus on its other abundant natural resource - deserts.