More than 300 dead in Iran unrest: Guards general

More than 300 dead in Iran unrest: Guards general

  • The toll includes dozens of police, troops and militia killed in clashes with demonstrators or murdered
By AFP ·

UAE set to launch rover to the moon Wednesday

UAE set to launch rover to the moon Wednesday

  • Rashid rover will blast off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, tomorrow (Nov.30)
  • If the lunar mission succeeded, the UAE would be the fourth country to land on the moon.
By Arab News ·

5m visitors enjoy Riyadh Season in 5 weeks

5m visitors enjoy Riyadh Season in 5 weeks

  • Events, experiences, exhibitions, and concerts have attracted visitors from inside and outside the Kingdom
By Arab News ·

IRGC threatens Iranian footballers’ families ahead of US match

IRGC threatens Iranian footballers’ families ahead of US match

  • Players warned their relatives face arrest, torture if they do not back regime in final group game
  • Source tells CNN IRGC has flooded Qatar with operatives, officials to monitor players
By Arab News ·

Number of Muslims in UK up 44% in a decade

Number of Muslims in UK up 44% in a decade

  • Latest census shows 6.5% of population are adherents of Islam
  • Second most common ethnic group is “Asian, Asian British or Asian Welsh”
By Arab News ·

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

  • Guardian, NYT, Le Monde, El País and Der Spiegel editors and publishers said the indictment threatens freedom of the press.
By Reuters ·

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

  • Guardian, NYT, Le Monde, El País and Der Spiegel editors and publishers said the indictment threatens freedom of the press.
By Reuters ·

World Cup exploits can put football on map in Australia: coach

World Cup exploits can put football on map in Australia: coach

  • Australia are on the cusp of reaching the last 16 for only the second time in their history, matching the achievement of a “golden generation” who made the same stage in 2006
  • Arnold is looking at the bigger picture and what a good run in Qatar will do for football’s popularity in Australia
By AFP ·