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Users Report Durability Issues of Samsung Galaxy Fold

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The Samsung Galaxy Fold is an ambitious foldable phone, but one with mounting durability problems, according to a handful of press who got early access to it.

We’ve seen a total of five broken Fold screens – four in which it isn’t working at all and one instance in which half of the 7.3-inch tablet-like display is flickering.

Reviewers and analysts from CNBC, Bloomberg, The Verge, Android Central and YouTube tweeted about their experience after one and two days with the phone.

Samsung has already replaced the broken review units.





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Saudi Arabia, Iraq Sign 13 Agreements Covering Vital Fields

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Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz received in Riyadh on Wednesday Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, reported the Saudi Press Agency.

The two officials stressed their keenness to develop their ties in various fields, overseeing the signing of 13 agreements covering energy, agriculture, industry, oil and gas, mineral wealth, maritime transport, education and culture.

Abdul Mahdi arrived in Riyadh with a large delegation including officials and businessmen.

Saudi Arabia reopened a consulate in Baghdad which had been closed for 30 years. 





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In the end, Jet Airways goes down Kingfisher way

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“It has been decided that flight operations will be suspended for the next three days until October 4, 2012,” a Kingfisher statement of October 1 said, declaring the temporary suspension. It’s another matter that the airline never flew again. Jet’s employees hope that their airline’s suspension is actually temporary and it will fly again.



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Jordan's Tourism Revenue Hits $1.3 Billion in Q1 2019

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The Kingdom’s tourism revenue climbed 5.2 per cent and reached $1.3 billion during the first quarter of this year, in comparison to the same period of 2018.

The number of foreign tourists arriving in Jordan during the first quarter rose 33.3 per cent, and the number of overnight and group-based tourists increased by 36 per cent and 19.7 per cent respectively, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

In 2018, tourism revenue surpassed the $5 billion mark, signifying an 8 per cent increase from 2017’s $4.6 billion.

In 2018, tourism revenue surpassed the $5 billion mark, signifying an 8 per cent increase from 2017’s $4.6 billion.





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