Brig. Gen, Ahmed Al-Assiri, official spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, has made an interesting statement about Riyadh’s readiness to send ground troops to Syria.
A group of young Saudi contemporary artists is causing a sensation in the country and throughout the Middle East with their modern works, questioning some of the aspects of our society.
While most carmakers are racing to implement some progress along the road of autonomous driving, Porsche is saying it will not lead the charge in that direction.
No campus erupted in shrill protest against the mob that stripped a Tanzanian lady student in Bengaluru and paraded her because she was black.
Article 5 of NATO was first invoked following the horrifying 9/11 terror attacks.
For make no mistake about it, a government, such as the one in Damascus, that cows its opponents into submission by starving them to death, is committing a war crime.
The Pakistan government argues that privatization is the only way to save Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). In doing so what it is really doing is acknowledging its own incompetence.
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon was not the first to call for a settlement between Saudi Arabia and Iran in order to ensure stability in the Middle East.
When the Cold War ended most of us started to act as though the danger of nuclear war had gone away. It didn’t.
The Indian government’s diplomatic clout is not legendary.
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