- published: 05 Jun 2017
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Reports from Saudi Arabia say the country's Ministry of Culture and Information has closed the offices of the Qatari news channel Al Jazeera. Saudi Arabia has also withdrawn the news channel's license. Riyadh views Al Jazeera as critical of its government. The Saudi Press Agency says the reasons behind the move come after Al Jazeera allegedly promoted the plots of terrorist groups, supported Houthi militias in Yemen. As well as trying to break the Saudi internal ranks and harm the sovereignty of Saudi Arabia. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Although the market is flooded with office space, Elegance Tower is different from any other development. It has 12 lifts, two of which are large enough to handle hospital beds so it can be turned into a hospital. It has two core parts to the building so it could be separated into a building at the bottom and another at the top with different entrances. The tower had a helicopter landing pad and a swimming pool at the 14th level. Parking space is a problem in Riyadh; lots of people are moving from well-developed office spaces because they don´t have any parking space. We exceeded the requirements of the municipality by having in excess of 733 parking spaces. There is a mosque just next to the building which is important for whoever works in the tower. We think that these things really diff...
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Riyadh is located in the southern Najd region. More correctly transliterated as al-Riyad ("the gardens"), the city is also the capital of a large province of the same name. Nearby are the ruins of alDirʿiyya, the original seat of the Al Saʿud family until an invading Egyptian army destroyed the village in 1818 and put an end to the first Saudi state. The Al Saʿud thereupon relocated at Riyadh, which became the capital of the second Saudi state of the mid-nineteenth century. With a second decline in Saudi fortunes, Riyadh was lost to the rival Al Rashid dynasty of Haʾil in 1891. But in 1902, Abd al-Aziz ibn Abd al-Rahman (also known as Ibn Saʿud) infiltrated the town with a small band of followers. Launching a surprise attack on al-Musmak fortress, Abd al-Aziz succeeded in capturing the Al ...
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