Update Arab coalition strikes military sites in Houthi-held Sanaa

Arab coalition strikes military sites in Houthi-held Sanaa

  • Al-Maliki said the airstrikes were a response to Houthi attacks on Saudi airports, power stations and public
  • Fighting intensified outside the central city of Marib on Thursday
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Libya conference communique calls for steps to enable Dec. 24 elections

Libya conference communique calls for steps to enable Dec. 24 elections

  • Kuwaiti FM expressed full support for the new unified authority in Libya
By Reuters ·

Rival Sudan camps take to streets as tensions rise

Rival Sudan camps take to streets as tensions rise


Special Ancient and modern fuse together at the Indian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai photos

Ancient and modern fuse together at the Indian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

  • Pavilion is one of the largest at the event and could remain as a permanent structure once the expo is over
  • The pavilion’s launch coincides with year-long celebrations marking 75 years of Indian independence 
By Rebecca Anne Proctor ·

Syrian jailed for anti-Semitic attacks in Austria

Syrian jailed for anti-Semitic attacks in Austria

  • The man was arrested after he threw stones and scrawled pro-Palestinian slogans on the town synagogue
  • In court the man said he regretted actions that the prosecutor said were motivated by ‘hatred of Jews’
By AFP ·

John Kerry to attend Middle East Green Initiative Summit in Saudi Arabia

John Kerry to attend Middle East Green Initiative Summit in Saudi Arabia

  • Kerry will “engage with government counterparts and private sector leaders on climate crisis
By Arab News ·

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

  • New study by Kantar and Snap reveals that Snapchat is popular among both parents and younger people
  • Snapchat plays major role in advertising, marketing for older audiences
By Arab News ·

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

  • New study by Kantar and Snap reveals that Snapchat is popular among both parents and younger people
  • Snapchat plays major role in advertising, marketing for older audiences
By Arab News ·