video Israeli warplanes pound Houthi-held Hodeidah

Israeli warplanes pound Houthi-held Hodeidah

  • Houthi officials vowed to retaliate. “We will respond more violently and harshly to this Zionist-American orgy,” Abdul Sallam Jahaf, a member of the Houthi Shura Council
video By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Update US President Joe Biden gestures as he speaks at a press conference during NATO’s 75th anniversary summit, in Washington.Reuters

Biden’s ability to win back skeptical Democrats is tested at a perilous moment for his campaign

  • Rep. Mark Takano, the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Committee, called on Biden to “pass the torch,” to Vice President Kamala Harris
By AP ·

13 Palestinians killed in central Gaza strikes as ceasefire talks between Israel and Hamas grind on

13 Palestinians killed in central Gaza strikes as ceasefire talks between Israel and Hamas grind on

  • Palestinian ambulance teams said the three strikes that hit Nuseirat Refugee Camp and Bureij Refugee Camp
By AP ·

Emergency services rescued several people who had been trapped on the ground floor of the building.

Sudan fire kills nine

  • At least four people remain in hospital but are in stable condition, the police said in a statement
By AFP ·

Malaysia marks coronation of new king

Malaysia marks coronation of new king

  • Billionaire King Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar pledges to govern fairly during the 5-year term
By AP ·

Saudi Arabia’s space sector soars with strategic initiatives

Saudi Arabia’s space sector soars with strategic initiatives

  • Initiative aims to bolster the nation’s position in global space economy by developing local capabilities
By Miguel Hadchity ·

AI startup DXwand to set up local office in Riyadh

AI startup DXwand to set up local office in Riyadh

By Nour El-Shaeri ·

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

  • Gershkovich and his employer say he did nothing wrong, Kremlin says he was caught ‘red-handed’
  • The decision is likely to heighten the already tense relations between Russia and the West
By Reuters ·

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

  • Gershkovich and his employer say he did nothing wrong, Kremlin says he was caught ‘red-handed’
  • The decision is likely to heighten the already tense relations between Russia and the West
By Reuters ·