video Update Israel says it has evidence linking Iran to deadly tanker attack; Tehran denies

Israel says it has evidence linking Iran to deadly tanker attack; Tehran denies

  • Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said he has ordered the nation’s diplomats to push for UN action against “Iranian terrorism”
video By Arab News ·

Special Lebanese army is deployed after clashes erupted in Khalde, Lebanon, on Sunday. The clashes broke between two groups during the funeral of a Hezbollah supporter killed a day earlier. (Reuters) video

Lebanese killed as violence erupts at Hezbollah funeral

  • Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati called for restraint after the clashes
  • Protesters gather outside home of Hezbollah officer after activist arrest controversy
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Special Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri. (AFP)

Egyptian foreign minister: We trust wisdom of Tunisian leadership on managing current crisis

  • Shoukry highlights Cairo’s aspiration for continued cooperation with Libya to promote regional stability
By Mohammed Abu Zaid ·

A nurse speaks to a man before administering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine as part of a vaccination campaign by the Saudi health ministry, in Riyadh. (AFP file photo)

Saudi HR ministry launches tough measures for unvaccinated workers

  • Authorities instruct all institutions to require proof of immunity against COVID-19 from employees
By Arab News ·

While authorities say they are investigating whether the fires may have started as ‘sabotage’ by outlawed Kurdish militants, experts mostly point to the climate crisis. (AP)

Fire crews battle Turkish wildfires at holiday destinations

  • Panic-stricken tourists were evacuated Saturday from some hotels in Bodrum as a fire rolled down the hill toward the seashore
By AP ·

Special Afghanistan’s women fear the worst as Taliban advance sows alarm and terror graphic

Afghanistan’s women fear the worst as Taliban advance sows alarm and terror

  • Since 2001 women have held key positions in institutions, run for the presidency and served as ambassadors
  • Educated women fearful of losing their freedoms and rights as ultraconservative Pashtun group eyes power
By Sayed Salahuddin ·

Kuwait plans region’s first city for electric carmakers

Kuwait plans region’s first city for electric carmakers

  • Kuwait Ports Authority noted that electric carmakers do not use local distributors or dealers
By Reuters ·

Rotana signs media partnership deal with Sawt Beirut International, Lebanon’s LBC

Rotana signs media partnership deal with Sawt Beirut International, Lebanon’s LBC

  • The agreement was signed by Abdullah Al-Shabana, head of the TV sector at Rotana Channels Group, and Jerry Maher, executive director of Sawt Beirut International
  • Maher said the partnership is an opportunity to promote free media in the Arab world
By Arab News ·

Rotana signs media partnership deal with Sawt Beirut International, Lebanon’s LBC

Rotana signs media partnership deal with Sawt Beirut International, Lebanon’s LBC

  • The agreement was signed by Abdullah Al-Shabana, head of the TV sector at Rotana Channels Group, and Jerry Maher, executive director of Sawt Beirut International
  • Maher said the partnership is an opportunity to promote free media in the Arab world
By Arab News ·

Art therapy is super effective. (Supplied)

Art, a tool to heal and educate, say Saudi psychologists

  • Art therapy is a specialized form of psychotherapy where practitioners use the creative art process and output to help the client learn about themselves and to heal them
By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR ·
Lamont Marcell Jacobs of Italy crosses the finish line and wins gold. (Reuters)

Italy’s Lamont Marcell Jacobs claims shock Olympic 100m win

  • The fastest man in the world this year, American Trayvon Bromell, was eliminated in the semi-finals
  • Jacobs had not even broken 10 seconds until this year
By AFP ·