Update Houthi missile strikes China-bound oil tanker in Red Sea

Houthi missile strikes China-bound oil tanker in Red Sea

  • The vessel and crew are safe and continuing to its next port of call: UKMTO
  • The incident occurred 76 nautical miles (140 kilometers) off Yemen’s Hodeidah
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Israeli leaders split over post-war Gaza governance

Israeli leaders split over post-war Gaza governance

  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes under personal attack from Defense Minister Yoav Gallant for failing to rule out an Israeli government in Gaza after the war
By AFP ·

Fierce fighting in northern Gaza as aid rolls off US-built pier

Fierce fighting in northern Gaza as aid rolls off US-built pier

  • Residents say Israeli bulldozers demolishing homes and shops in Jabalia in the path of the advance
  • Hamas says US floating aid pier is no substitute for end of Israeli siege of Gaza
By Reuters ·

Special How women and girls in war-torn Gaza are coping with water, sanitation and hygiene collapse photos

How women and girls in war-torn Gaza are coping with water, sanitation and hygiene collapse

  • UN Women has described ongoing Israel offensive as a “war on women” with at least 10,000 female deaths since last October
  • Deprived of access to adequate services, more than 1 million women and girls face daily challenges and serious health risks
By ANAN TELLO ·

Startup Wrap: Saudi venture capital sector continues to expand globally 

Startup Wrap: Saudi venture capital sector continues to expand globally 

  • Global venture capital firms capitalize on Kingdom’s expansive strategy
By Nour El-Shaeri  ·

EU bans 4 more Russian media outlets from broadcasting in the bloc, citing disinformation

EU bans 4 more Russian media outlets from broadcasting in the bloc, citing disinformation

  • The EU has already suspended Russia Today and Sputnik among several other outlets since February 2022
By AP ·

EU bans 4 more Russian media outlets from broadcasting in the bloc, citing disinformation

EU bans 4 more Russian media outlets from broadcasting in the bloc, citing disinformation

  • The EU has already suspended Russia Today and Sputnik among several other outlets since February 2022
By AP ·