Update Saudi Arabia plans to be world’s biggest hydrogen producer

Saudi Arabia plans to be world’s biggest hydrogen producer

By Deema Al Khudair ·

Israeli official says reopening of US Palestinian mission in Jerusalem may not happen

Israeli official says reopening of US Palestinian mission in Jerusalem may not happen

  • The Jerusalem consulate was subsumed into the US Embassy that was moved to the contested city from Tel Aviv in 2018
By Reuters ·

Libya’s elections commission to open registration for candidates in Nov, commission head says

Libya’s elections commission to open registration for candidates in Nov, commission head says

By Reuters ·

Special Saudi Arabia unveils road map to achieve a carbon-neutral future photos

Saudi Arabia unveils road map to achieve a carbon-neutral future

  • Saudi Green Initiative forum in Riyadh attended by energy and environment officials and decision-makers
  • Kingdom aims for “net zero” carbon emissions by 2060 while preserving its leading role in energy markets
By Frank Kane ·

Update Ethiopia launches air strike on Tigray’s ‘western front’

Ethiopia launches air strike on Tigray’s ‘western front’

  • The seventh aerial bombardment in the war-hit region this last week
By AFP ·

UAE banks' assets to grow 8% in 2022, says banking official

UAE banks' assets to grow 8% in 2022, says banking official

  • The UAE economy will reap benefits from the world fair Expo 2020 for about eight years
By Arab News ·

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

  • Communal and religious tensions in India have a history of boiling over on social media and stoking violence
  • Facebook has become increasingly important in politics, and India is no different
By AP ·

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

  • Communal and religious tensions in India have a history of boiling over on social media and stoking violence
  • Facebook has become increasingly important in politics, and India is no different
By AP ·