Update A woman sits with a child in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, May 28, 2024. (Reuters)

Israel denies strike on camp near Rafah that Gaza officials say killed 21 people

  • Two days after an Israeli airstrike on another camp stirred global condemnation, Gaza emergency services said four tank shells hit a cluster of tents in Al-Mawasi
  • Al-Mawasi is a coastal area that Israel had advised civilians in Rafah to move to for safety
By Reuters ·

US-built pier in Gaza will need to be removed and repaired after damage from rough seas

US-built pier in Gaza will need to be removed and repaired after damage from rough seas

  • The pier is one of the few ways that food, water and other supplies are getting to Palestinians
By AP ·

Analysis Will EU aid in exchange for curbing refugee flows make it harder for Syrians in Lebanon to overcome hostility?

Will EU aid in exchange for curbing refugee flows make it harder for Syrians in Lebanon to overcome hostility?

  • EU leaders say a new 1 billion euro aid package for Lebanon will ease the economic pressure of hosting displaced Syrian
  • Rights groups say the pledged funding has only emboldened Lebanese authorities to mount a crackdown on Syrians
By ANAN TELLO ·

Saudi Arabia reelected to Global Research Council leadership

Saudi Arabia reelected to Global Research Council leadership

  • The governing board voted unanimously to reelect Vice Chairman Munir bin Mahmoud Eldesouki at the body’s 12th annual meeting
By Arab News ·

Blinken discusses need to end Sudan war with top general

Blinken discusses need to end Sudan war with top general

  • Blinken discussed a resumption of peace negotiations with Burhan
  • Recent attacks around Al-Fashir have shattered a local truce that protected it from the wider war
By Reuters ·

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be indicted for royal defamation, prosecutors say

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be indicted for royal defamation, prosecutors say

  • The former prime minister will also be indicted for violating the Computer Crime Act
  • Thaksin had been in self-imposed exile since 2008, but returned to Thailand in August last year
By AP ·

Saudi minister discusses logistics cooperation on visit to Port of Rotterdam

Saudi minister discusses logistics cooperation on visit to Port of Rotterdam

  • Discussions touched on encouraging Dutch infrastructure investments for metal processing in the Kingdom
By SPA ·

Nigel Farage grilled on UK TV following comments denounced as Islamophobic

Nigel Farage grilled on UK TV following comments denounced as Islamophobic

  • Good Morning Britain presenter Richard Madeley challenges former leader of right-wing parties UKIP and Reform UK over controversial comments about Muslims
  • Farage said on Sunday that the growing number of Muslims in Britain do not subscribe to country’s traditional values
By Arab News ·

Nigel Farage grilled on UK TV following comments denounced as Islamophobic

Nigel Farage grilled on UK TV following comments denounced as Islamophobic

  • Good Morning Britain presenter Richard Madeley challenges former leader of right-wing parties UKIP and Reform UK over controversial comments about Muslims
  • Farage said on Sunday that the growing number of Muslims in Britain do not subscribe to country’s traditional values
By Arab News ·

Towns, Edwards lift Wolves over Mavs 105-100 to avoid sweep in West finals

Towns, Edwards lift Wolves over Mavs 105-100 to avoid sweep in West finals

  • The Wolves avoided being the 16th team out of 21 to get swept after losing the first three games of a series that started at home
  • Luka Doncic had 28 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists in his sixth triple-double of these playoffs, but he and co-star Kyrie Irving were just 13 of 39 from the field
By AP ·