KSrelief Launches 3 Health Projects in Sudan

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has inaugurated three health projects in Port Sudan. SPA
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has inaugurated three health projects in Port Sudan. SPA
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KSrelief Launches 3 Health Projects in Sudan

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has inaugurated three health projects in Port Sudan. SPA
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has inaugurated three health projects in Port Sudan. SPA

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has inaugurated three health projects in Port Sudan in the presence of Saudi Ambassador to Sudan Ali bin Hassan Jafar, Sudanese Minister of Health Dr. Haitham Mohamed Ibrahim, Sovereignty Council member Lieutenant-General Bahri Ibrahim Jaber Ibrahim, and a KSrelief team.

The first project aims to support Al-Abyadh Specialist Hospital for Children with an oxygen station to generate and distribute oxygen, benefiting 25,000 individuals.

The second project seeks to support government hospitals affiliated with the Sudanese Health Ministry with a dialysis machine, benefiting 3,960 individuals.

Under the third project, medical equipment will be provided to children’s hospitals affiliated with the Patient Support Fund, with the goal of reducing deaths and filling the major shortage of medical equipment in Kasla Hospital and Al-Obeid Hospital, benefiting 200,000 individuals directly and indirectly.

These efforts come within the humanitarian and relief projects the Kingdom extends to needy countries and peoples around the world through its humanitarian arm, KSrelief.



Kuwait Court Drops Case Against Notorious Pentagon Hacker

Palace of Justice in Kuwait
Palace of Justice in Kuwait
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Kuwait Court Drops Case Against Notorious Pentagon Hacker

Palace of Justice in Kuwait
Palace of Justice in Kuwait

The Kuwaiti Court of Cassation upheld on Sunday the dismissal of criminal charges against a notorious Kuwaiti hacker who had infiltrated hundreds of websites around the world, including the US Department of Defense’s (Pentagon) website.
The Court of Cassation, the highest judicial authority, affirmed a previous ruling by the Court of Appeals that the 28-year-old defendant could not be prosecuted for the allegations in this case, which occurred 10 years ago.
The accused faced criminal charges related to his hacking of the US Department of Defense website, accessing sensitive weapon sites, and infiltrating 200 American websites, with the information being published in 2011.
On October 9, 2023, the Criminal Court dropped the criminal case against the hacker accused of breaking into global websites, including the Pentagon’s website.
The court’s decision to drop the charges against the hacker was based on the principle that the accused could not be tried for accusations committed over 10 years ago, as the acts were carried out from 2010 to 2012.
The charge of endangering Kuwait’s potential to sever relations by hacking the US Department of Defense website was also dismissed.
The prosecution had accused the defendant of hacking more than 200 sites, some of which contained confidential information belonging to the US.
The hacker was also accused of deceitfully appropriating money through fraud by marketing his website post-hack to attract victims to subscribe and browse the website.