Saada tribal leaders demand Saudi-led coalition continue military operations in Yemen

  • Saada does not belong to Houthis, say tribal chiefs
  • Iran accused of trying to drive a wedge between Arab countries using its Houthi proxies

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How political forces fueled the spread of Iraq protests

  • Regional and local players blamed for spreading violent demonstrations across southern provinces
  • Analysts say that Iran has the most to gain from disrupting oil supplies from Iraq


Air strikes kill seven civilians in southern Syria: monitor

  • It was not immediately clear whether the strikes were carried out by the regime or its Russian ally
  • More than 350,000 people have been killed and millions displaced by Syria’s war since it started in 2011
By AFP ·


KSRelief to provide 5,000 Yemenis with school supplies

  • There are two million Yemeni children out of school because of the Houthis’ aggression against civilians
  • The total cost of all the projects provided by KSRelief since its establishment is $70 million
By Hanan Alnufaie ·


Israel warns Syrians away from frontier as Assad closes in

  • The Syrians who approached the fence were 200 meters away, when an Israeli soldier told them to leave
  • The crowd, which included women and children, then walked back slowly toward the refugee encampment
By Reuters ·


Daesh suicide bomber kills 20 in northern Afghanistan: Police

  • Provincial council chief Mohammed Noor Rahman said the explosion occurred in a mosque during a funeral
  • In northern Afghanistan, Taliban and Daesh have been waging bitter battles in recent days
By AP ·


Goldman Sachs’ second quarter profit up 44 pct; CEO Blankfein to retire

  • The New York-based bank said Tuesday that earnings reached $2.35 billion in the second quarter
  • Nearly all of Goldman’s businesses saw double-digit growth in the second quarter
By AFP ·


Pakistan’s Azhar Ali signs for Somerset

  • Azhar is set to make his Somerset debut against Worcestershire later this month
By AFP ·


Netflix subscriber slip hints at ‘lumpy’ road ahead for streaming giant

  • Shares of Netflix fell 13 percent on Tuesday after it reported a surprise shortfall in subscriber additions
  • While Wall Street remains overwhelmingly positive on Netflix and its role in video streaming globally, the numbers did raise question marks over future growth
By Reuters ·