video New violence erupts in Syria with 14 killed in Damascus bus bombing

New violence erupts in Syria with 14 killed in Damascus bus bombing

  • Regime kills 13 in retaliatory shelling of Idlib
video By Arab News ·

Arab coalition says more than 80 Houthis killed near Yemen’s Marib

Arab coalition says more than 80 Houthis killed near Yemen’s Marib

  • Arab coalition says airstrikes hit 26 Houthi targets, also destroying 11 military vehicles
By Arab News ·

Virus: Morocco suspending UK, Germany, Netherlands flights

Virus: Morocco suspending UK, Germany, Netherlands flights

  • The new restriction will come into force just before midnight Wednesday, the North African kingdom's airports authority said
  • In a tweet, national carrier Royal Air Maroc said the move was due to “the pandemic situation”
By AP ·

Live Taking place under the title Imagine More, the event will be staged near to the extended Boulevard zone and broadcast live with more than 2,760 drones capturing every moment. (Supplied) video

All eyes on Riyadh as Imagine More season kicks off with night of music

By Lojien Ben Gassem - Lama Al-Hamawi & Zaid Khashogji ·

US mediator and Lebanese officials discuss future of border talks with Israel

US mediator and Lebanese officials discuss future of border talks with Israel

  • Amos Hochstein met President Michel Aoun, Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, PM Mikati and other ministers
  • Lebanon is ready “to continue to cooperate positively,” Aoun said
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Biden’s Japan envoy pick vows to make Nissan executive case a priority

Biden’s Japan envoy pick vows to make Nissan executive case a priority

  • Greg Kelly has denied charges he helped Carlos Ghosn hide 9.3 billion yen ($81.4 million) of Ghosn’s earnings over eight years through deferred payments
  • Rahm Emanuel, who President Joe Biden has nominated to be his ambassador to key US ally Japan, told senators he would deal with it as if he was a congressman and Kelly a constituent
By Reuters ·

Critics of the practice contend that the foreign nationals will work for lower wages than US citizens. (File/AFP)

Facebook paying fine to settle US suit on discrimination

  • Facebook is paying a hefty fine to resolve allegations that it discriminated against US workers in favor of foreigners with special visas to fill high-paying jobs
  • Facebook sponsored the visa holders for “green cards” authorizing them to work permanently.
By Reuters ·

Critics of the practice contend that the foreign nationals will work for lower wages than US citizens. (File/AFP)

Facebook paying fine to settle US suit on discrimination

  • Facebook is paying a hefty fine to resolve allegations that it discriminated against US workers in favor of foreigners with special visas to fill high-paying jobs
  • Facebook sponsored the visa holders for “green cards” authorizing them to work permanently.
By Reuters ·