US ‘concerned’ by collapse of truce in Yemen; uncertain whether Iran is to blame

US ‘concerned’ by collapse of truce in Yemen; uncertain whether Iran is to blame

  • Tim Lenderking: ‘Last-minute’ demands and backtracking by Houthis had derailed extension talks
  • United States would continue to help its Gulf Arab partners defend themselves
By RAY HANANIA ·

Update OPEC+ agrees output cut of 2 million barrels per day despite US concerns

OPEC+ agrees output cut of 2 million barrels per day despite US concerns

  • OPEC+ fell about 3.6 million bpd short of its output target in August
By Fahad Abujadayel - Donia Diaaeddine ·

Special Jason Greenblatt’s ‘In the Path of Abraham’ offers an inside track on the Middle East peace process graphic

Jason Greenblatt’s ‘In the Path of Abraham’ offers an inside track on the Middle East peace process

  • Abraham Accords have normalized ties between Israel and an Arab quartet: UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco
  • Greenblatt: Normalization leads to a reasonable, peaceful settlement of the Middle East conflict
By David Romano ·

KSRelief donates aid, medical services to Lebanon, Sudan, Bangladesh, Yemen

KSRelief donates aid, medical services to Lebanon, Sudan, Bangladesh, Yemen

  • KSRelief continued its relief efforts in Lebanon, Sudan, Bangladesh and Yemen this week
By Arab News ·

Israeli ministers to meet on Lebanon maritime deal, but approval pending

Israeli ministers to meet on Lebanon maritime deal, but approval pending

  • The draft deal has had a mostly warm preliminary reception by the Israeli and Lebanese governments
By Reuters ·

Two dead, five missing in strikes on Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia

Two dead, five missing in strikes on Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia

  • Moscow annexed the region this week, despite not having full control of it
By AFP ·

Myanmar court hands Japanese journalist 10-year prison term

Myanmar court hands Japanese journalist 10-year prison term

  • Toru Kubota was arrested after filming an anti-government protest in July
  • Incitement is a catch-all political law covering activities deemed to cause unrest
By AP ·

Myanmar court hands Japanese journalist 10-year prison term

Myanmar court hands Japanese journalist 10-year prison term

  • Toru Kubota was arrested after filming an anti-government protest in July
  • Incitement is a catch-all political law covering activities deemed to cause unrest
By AP ·