video Houthi harbor still ablaze days after Israel strikes on Yemen

Houthi harbor still ablaze days after Israel strikes on Yemen

  • Hodeidah port is a vital entry point for fuel imports and international aid for Houthi-held areas of Yemen, a country where the United Nations says more than half the population relies on humanitarian assistance
video By AFP ·

Update Palestinian woman gestures as others flee the eastern part of Khan Younis after they were ordered by Israeli army to evacuate.

Gaza health ministry says dozens killed, after Israel evacuation order

  • The Palestinians were killed by tank salvoes in the town of Bani Suhaila and other towns fringing the eastern side of Khan Younis, with the area also bombarded by air
  • “It is like doomsday,” one resident, who only identified himself as Abu Khaled, said
By AFP ·

US Vice President Kamala Harris arrives to speak from the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Monday, July 22, 2024. video

Harris makes first appearance since launching Democratic presidential campaign

  • Harris has moved swiftly to lock up the Democratic presidential nomination, after Biden announced on Sunday he was stepping aside
  • Virtually all of the prominent Democrats who had been seen as potential challengers to Harris have lined up behind her
By Reuters ·

Mermaids make waves in the Red Sea

Mermaids make waves in the Red Sea

  • First-of-its-kind diving course in Jeddah offers aquatic adventures for summer
By Nada Hameed ·

Israeli Prime Minister Arial Sharon (C) attends his cabinet meeting, 03 July 2005. (AFP file photo)

UK warned Israel over 'out of control' troops in 2002: archives

  • Then-US president George W. Bush complained in private call with UK prime minister Tony Blair that the hardline policies of Sharon were turning Arafat into a martyr similar to 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, the files show
  • Israel has killed at least 39,006 Palestinians in Gaza, also mostly civilians, according to data from the health ministry in the Hamas-ruled territory
By AFP ·

Ukraine reaches preliminary deal with bondholder group on $20-billion debt restructure

Ukraine reaches preliminary deal with bondholder group on $20-billion debt restructure

  • Ukraine’s finances are precarious as its 28-month war with Russia drags on. Russia’s 2022 invasion decimated its economy, leaving it heavily reliant on money – and military aid – from international partners
By Reuters ·

Exclusive Semafor to launch Gulf edition as third instalment in global expansion

Semafor to launch Gulf edition as third instalment in global expansion

  • Former Dow Jones reporter Mohammed Sergie set to lead platform
  • Transformation of Saudi Arabia one of the world’s biggest and most exciting stories right now, co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith tells Arab News
By TAREK ALI AHMAD ·

Exclusive Semafor to launch Gulf edition as third instalment in global expansion

Semafor to launch Gulf edition as third instalment in global expansion

  • Former Dow Jones reporter Mohammed Sergie set to lead platform
  • Transformation of Saudi Arabia one of the world’s biggest and most exciting stories right now, co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith tells Arab News
By TAREK ALI AHMAD ·