Saudi law will punish spouses in the case of illegally spying on each other’s phone and will add it to crimes related to information technology.
- Things have improved a little. (40%, 32 Votes)
- I’m doing far better now. (29%, 23 Votes)
- I’m doing worse. (19%, 15 Votes)
- Nothing has changed. (13%, 10 Votes)
Total Voters: 80
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No one realized that that the car’s tailpipe was clogged.
Within minutes, the mother and their 1-year-old were dead, while their 3-year-old remains in critical condition, with her chance of survival low….MORE NEWSNER.COM
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By Sue Lloyd RobertsBBC Newsnight The very first Damascus protest was covered by Russian T On 31st January 2011, inspired by the protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, six young Damascus residents organised the first major demonstration of the Syrian uprising.…