Saudi Arabia, UAE, UK and US express concern about Yemen economy

Saudi Arabia, UAE, UK and US express concern about Yemen economy

  • The countries praised Saudi Arabia’s charitable donations to Yemen including oil derivatives
  • The four countries stressed the need for the Yemeni government to return to Aden
By Arab News ·

Special Yemen president renews support to UN-led effort to end war in Yemen 

Yemen president renews support to UN-led effort to end war in Yemen 

  • Hadi meets with new UN special envoy as clashes continue to erupt around Marib city
  • The Houthis have been aggressively pushing since February to take control of the gas-rich city of Marib
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Hezbollah-organized fuel arrives in crisis-hit Lebanon video

Hezbollah-organized fuel arrives in crisis-hit Lebanon

  • Delivery violates US sanctions imposed on Tehran
  • Lebanon’s crisis is rooted in decades of corruption and mismanagement by the ruling class
By AP ·

New Lebanon cabinet lifts petrol price, signs audit deal

New Lebanon cabinet lifts petrol price, signs audit deal

  • The audit is a key requirement for Lebanon to secure foreign aid
By Reuters ·

Trial begins over COVID outbreak in Austrian ski resort

Trial begins over COVID outbreak in Austrian ski resort

  • An independent commission last year concluded that authorities in the Tyrol region acted too slowly to shut down ski resorts
By AP ·

World Economic Forum to return to Davos in January 2022 after two-year absence

World Economic Forum to return to Davos in January 2022 after two-year absence

  • The meeting will focus on accelerating stakeholder capitalism
By Reuters ·

Al Jadeed correspondent Layal Saad during her live broadcast minutes after she was denied entry to Baabda Presidential Palace to cover the Lebanese cabinet's meeting. (Al Jadeed)

Reporter refused entry to Lebanon’s presidential palace to cover cabinet meeting

  • Layal Saad said she was barred because of a previous incident in which she was verbally abused for referring to the president as ‘Aoun’ and not ‘his excellency President Aoun’
  • Al-Jadeed TV said it will take legal action because Baabda Palace is ‘the people’s palace’ and ‘the law doesn’t prohibit any citizen from entering any public facility’
By Bassam Zaazaa ·

Al Jadeed correspondent Layal Saad during her live broadcast minutes after she was denied entry to Baabda Presidential Palace to cover the Lebanese cabinet's meeting. (Al Jadeed)

Reporter refused entry to Lebanon’s presidential palace to cover cabinet meeting

  • Layal Saad said she was barred because of a previous incident in which she was verbally abused for referring to the president as ‘Aoun’ and not ‘his excellency President Aoun’
  • Al-Jadeed TV said it will take legal action because Baabda Palace is ‘the people’s palace’ and ‘the law doesn’t prohibit any citizen from entering any public facility’
By Bassam Zaazaa ·