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António Guterres Apr 6
At the on the Middle East & North Africa I reiterated my call for more urgent and more ambitious . This region will face some of the worst impacts of climate change. We are in a race against time -- but it is a race we can win.
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The National Apr 7
Dr Thani Al Zeyoudi: drier countries in the Middle East and Africa should stop praying for rain and instead look to new technologies to provide a reliable water supply
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Lauretta Onochie Apr 7
The Eagle has departed Jordan after a hugely successful outing at the World Economic forum on the Middle East and North Africa Safe flight Sir. God bless Nigeria Lauretta Onochie. .
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World Economic Forum Apr 7
Replying to @LatifaIbnZ
highlighted the importance of families in fighting radicalisation. "There is a great responsibility as parents. The role of parents is as important as education."
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World Economic Forum Apr 7
Replying to @AnneSpeckhard
Good governance, hope and economic viability can help to solve this problem within the region and it is a collective responsibility, according to .
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AZ Apr 7
these are d 7 points of ●Human capital & jobs 4 young pple ●climate change & refugees ●D biggest risks facing d MENA region ●The 100 Arab Start-ups ●The rise of Arab women ●How 2 prevent radicalization ● D Fourth Industrial Revolution Which 1 did he talk about?
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PwC Middle East Apr 10
Missed our team’s panels and presentations at ? Watch a replay from the webcasts and press conferences here:
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Georg Schmitt Apr 7
Very concrete impact of for the 100 start-ups.
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Alain Bejjani Apr 7
Our region of 600 million people produces less than small countries of five or six million! We need the private sector to come forward with an economic vision that can double or triple the region’s GDP.
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CIC Saudi Arabia Apr 8
Replying to @Khalid_AlFalih
We discussed the challenges in this region, and our optimism about its future, as well as Saudi Arabia's plans to strengthen its leadership in the energy industry, and add greater value to the petrochemical, mining & renewable energy industries:
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World Economic Forum Apr 7
Giving the gift of sight. 📕 Read more:
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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah Apr 7
Replying to @DrabdullahCE
3/4 Afghanistan is not an exception, where criminal networks abuse religion to justify their crimes. But we must not forget that Muslim armies and peoples in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere do the bulk of fighting & render great sacrifices against terrorists.
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Alain Bejjani Apr 7
Much to look forward to even as ends: Insights to build on, conversations to continue and concrete actions to implement. More details in the vlog - ‘The Insider’.
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World Economic Forum Apr 7
Replying to @LatifaIbnZ
, Founder of the Imad Association for Youth and Peace, adds that children should be supported in all aspects of their lives and that authorities must work to combat hate speech online.
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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah Apr 7
Replying to @DrabdullahCE
2/4 In order to fight terrorism, extremism and radicalization it is the responsibility of all governments to stop using terrorism as a mean to obtain foreign policy objectives. Supporting terrorism and extremism is counterproductive and harmful even for their supporters.
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Samah | سماح Apr 7
Proud to be representing Oman with my fellow Muscat Hub shapers at this years -
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World Economic Forum Apr 7
"In the faith community, we have to move that community from tribalism to becoming global citizens.", Founding and Senior Pastor of the .
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World Economic Forum Jul 21
The Middle East needs a technological revolution. Start-ups can lead the way
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World Economic Forum Apr 7
Replying to @AnneSpeckhard @icsve
"You can kill a person, take a territory, but killing an idea is a whole other matter, and the idea still lives." - , Director of .
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Alain Bejjani Apr 7
That’s a wrap, thank you to and all participants for an insightful and inspiring few days. We caught a glimpse of a better future, let’s work to make it happen.
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