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Kuwait emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah dies aged 91

By Arab News ·

Armenian, Azeri forces accuse each other of shelling far from Karabakh

  • Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev said 10 civilians had been killed by Armenian shelling since Sunday
  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged an immediate end to the fighting in the region of Nagorny Karabakh
By AFP ·

G20 backs Saudi Arabia’s circular carbon economy strategy

  • Energy ministers from world’s leading economies endorse ‘holistic, integrated, inclusive and pragmatic approach to managing emissions’ 

By Frank Kane ·

King Salman receives closing statement of the Science Group Summit

  • The closing statement of the meeting included 10 recommendations, which will be submitted to the G20 heads of state
By Arab News ·

Israelis jam Jerusalem streets over bill to curb protests

  • A large convoy of cars clogged the streets surrounding the Knesset
  • The demonstrators have called on Netanyahu to resign
By AP ·

UK PM says was obese but lost weight since virus scare

  • Boris Johnson: I am fitter than a butcher’s dog, thanks basically to losing weight
  • The 56-year-old spent three nights in intensive care in April after contracting Covid-19
By AFP ·


Italian Daesh member arrested, repatriated

By Francesco Bongarrà ·


US intensifying plans to move military assets from Incirlik to Greece

By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Saudi Arabia strengthens position as world’s largest Islamic finance market

  • Moody’s anticipates a shift to more Shariah-compliant finance over the next 12-18 months as corporates and households increasingly use Islamic products
  • VP-Senior Analyst at Moody’s Ashraf Madani: A comprehensive set of Islamic finance regulations have spurred Saudi banks to issue sukuk
By Arab News ·

Dates and bigger prize money purse announced for Saudi Cup 2021

  • Prince Bandar bin Khalid Al-Faisal, chairman of the JCSA, made the announcement and said he was keen to build on the success of the inaugural Saudi Cup in February 2020
By Arab News ·


Al-Nassr on target for first Asian crown

By John Duerden ·


Al Arabiya team harassed for covering beIN’s Al-Khelaifi corruption trial

  • Al-Fridhi can be seen reporting from outside the court in Switzerland when two men standing behind him begin taking pictures and speaking loudly in an attempt to disrupt the coverage
  • The men also hurled insults and used derogatory terms, Al-Fridhi said, before flashing an image of the Qatari Emir Tamim Al-Thani