Special Lebanon MPs hide in fear of Hezbollah assassins

Lebanon MPs hide in fear of Hezbollah assassins

  • Crisis surrounds probe being conducted by Judge Tarek Bitar, who wants to question former and serving ministers linked to Hezbollah and the allied Amal Party about their responsibility for the deadly port blast
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Special Members of the Syrian Kurdish internal security services known as “Asayish” march in a procession ahead of the body of their fallen comrade Khalid Hajji. (AFP/File Photo) graphic

How viable is the Kurds’ autonomous territory in northeast Syria?

  • Bashar Assad appears uninterested in a more decentralized state in which the Kurds have greater autonomy
  • America’s botched Afghanistan exit might work in the Kurds’ favor if Biden wants to avoid similar scenes in Syria
By David Romano ·

Confronting crimes against humanity is route to justice, Saudi official tells UN committee meeting

Confronting crimes against humanity is route to justice, Saudi official tells UN committee meeting

  • Mission also reaffirms Kingdom's commitment to help fight illicil financial flow
By SPA ·

Food security major objective of Saudi Vision 2030

Food security major objective of Saudi Vision 2030

By Rashid Hassan ·

Saudis welcome COVID-19 rule changes on social gatherings

Saudis welcome COVID-19 rule changes on social gatherings

By MOHAMMED AL-KINANI ·

Erdogan: US proposes F-16 sales in return for Turkey’s F-35 investment

Erdogan: US proposes F-16 sales in return for Turkey’s F-35 investment

  • Turkey wants a return for its investment in the F-35 program and that talks on the issue are ongoing
  • Te US removed Turkey from the program in 2019 after it acquired Russian S-400 missile defense systems
By Reuters ·

Pope Francis decries attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and England

Pope Francis decries attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and England

  • ‘I implore you, please, to abandon the path of violence, which is always a losing one’
By AP ·

Tunisia in talks with Saudi Arabia, UAE for financial support

Tunisia in talks with Saudi Arabia, UAE for financial support

  • The nation is looking to secure $4 billion from the IMF over three years
By Arab News ·