Moscow says more Mariupol fighters surrender; Kyiv silent on their fate

Moscow says more Mariupol fighters surrender; Kyiv silent on their fate

  • The Swedish and Finnish ambassadors handed over their NATO membership application letters
  • Turkey has said in recent days it will block the Nordic members’ accession unless they do more to crack down on Kurdish militants on their territory
By Reuters ·

Saudi deputy defense minister meets US national security adviser

Saudi deputy defense minister meets US national security adviser

  • Both officials discussed ways to support and enhance relations within the framework of a common vision
  • They reviewed solid Saudi-US relations, and discussed prospects for cooperation and joint coordination
By Arab News ·

Special Lebanon reformists weigh choices after election surge

Lebanon reformists weigh choices after election surge

  • Analysts have added up MPs to figure out the size of the parliamentary blocs, which are divided between sovereign blocs and pro-Hezbollah groupings
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Saudi-US defense delegations review ties, discuss future cooperation

Saudi-US defense delegations review ties, discuss future cooperation

  • Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid says the meeting was organized upon Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s directives
By Arab News ·

Amnesty demands FIFA pay $440m to Qatar’s ‘abused migrant workers’

Amnesty demands FIFA pay $440m to Qatar’s ‘abused migrant workers’

  • FIFA should earmark at least $440 million to provide remedy for the hundreds of thousands of migrant workers who have suffered human rights abuses in Qatar during preparations for the 2022 World Cup
By AFP ·

US warns abortion ruling could increase extremist violence

US warns abortion ruling could increase extremist violence

  • Opponents of abortion have carried out at least 10 killings as well as dozens of arson and bomb attacks against medical facilities in their long campaign to overturn Roe v. Wade
By AP ·

World Economic Forum to return in-person as it aims to shed light on ‘History at a Turning Point’

World Economic Forum to return in-person as it aims to shed light on ‘History at a Turning Point’

  • This year’s meeting will bring together about 2,500 leaders and experts from around the world, including more than 50 heads of state and government, more than 1,250 leaders from the private sector and nearly 100 Global Innovators and Technology Pioneers
By Arab News ·

Three more senior executives quit Twitter amid fallout from $44bn Musk deal

Three more senior executives quit Twitter amid fallout from $44bn Musk deal

  • Tesla magnate says agreement ‘on hold’ after spat with CEO Parag Agrawal over possible fake accounts
  • Up to 20 percent of platform’s 229m accounts could be spam bots, Musk claims
By Arab News ·

Three more senior executives quit Twitter amid fallout from $44bn Musk deal

Three more senior executives quit Twitter amid fallout from $44bn Musk deal

  • Tesla magnate says agreement ‘on hold’ after spat with CEO Parag Agrawal over possible fake accounts
  • Up to 20 percent of platform’s 229m accounts could be spam bots, Musk claims
By Arab News ·