Warnings at FII about risks of saving the environment and ignoring the economy

Warnings at FII about risks of saving the environment and ignoring the economy

  • ‘Energy supply crunch is looming if underinvestment in oil and gas projects continues’
By WAEL MAHDI ·

Special Lebanese PM distances self from minister’s Houthi Yemen ‘self-defense’ claim

Lebanese PM distances self from minister’s Houthi Yemen ‘self-defense’ claim

  • The Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council said in a statement he rejected Kordahi’s comments
  • Najib Mikati said George Kordahi’s comments on TV did not reflect government’s, president’s position on Yemen
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Death toll of Sudan anti-coup protesters rises to 7

Death toll of Sudan anti-coup protesters rises to 7

  • Some corpses showed wounds caused by ‘sharp tools’
By AFP ·

Special Saudi Arabia’s green oil: Ancient meets modern as the ‘smart farmers’ of Jouf reap a rich olive harvest

Saudi Arabia’s green oil: Ancient meets modern as the ‘smart farmers’ of Jouf reap a rich olive harvest

  • Arab News visited the “Million Tree Farm” in Jouf, a land of fertile soil and moderate climate ideal for cultivating this popular drupe
By Nada Hameed ·

Lebanon’s Beirut blast probe judge suspends hearing for former PM Diab – legal source

Lebanon’s Beirut blast probe judge suspends hearing for former PM Diab – legal source

  • Prime Minister Hassan filed a suit over his prosecution on Wednesday
By Reuters ·

Japan condemns Israeli settlement plans

Japan condemns Israeli settlement plans

  • Japan underscored the necessity of confidence-building between Israel and Palestine and the efforts toward easing tensions and stabilizing the region
By Arab News Japan ·

Facebook, Google, Twitter face grilling by British lawmakers

Facebook, Google, Twitter face grilling by British lawmakers

  • Governments on both sides of the Atlantic want tougher rules aimed at protecting social media users
By AP ·

Facebook, Google, Twitter face grilling by British lawmakers

Facebook, Google, Twitter face grilling by British lawmakers

  • Governments on both sides of the Atlantic want tougher rules aimed at protecting social media users
By AP ·