Saudi Arabia, UAE, UK and US express concerns about Yemen economy

Saudi Arabia, UAE, UK and US express concerns about Yemen economy

  • The countries praised Saudi Arabia’s charitable donations to Yemen including oil derivatives
  • The four countries stressed the need for the Yemeni government to return to Aden
By Arab News ·

Special Yemen president renews support to UN-led effort to end war in Yemen 

Yemen president renews support to UN-led effort to end war in Yemen 

  • Hadi meets with new UN special envoy as clashes continue to erupt around Marib city
  • The Houthis have been aggressively pushing since February to take control of the gas-rich city of Marib
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Hezbollah-organized fuel arrives in crisis-hit Lebanon video

Hezbollah-organized fuel arrives in crisis-hit Lebanon

  • Delivery violates US sanctions imposed on Tehran
  • Lebanon’s crisis is rooted in decades of corruption and mismanagement by the ruling class
By AP ·

Jakarta residents win landmark air pollution case against Indonesian president

Jakarta residents win landmark air pollution case against Indonesian president

  • Jakarta, home to over 10 million people, is one the world's most-polluted cities with the concentration of PM2.5 regularly exceeding WHO norms
  • Citizen lawsuit was filed by Jakarta residents in July 2019 against the president and six other top government officials
By Ismira Luftia Tisnadibrata ·

Oil still hovers above $70 with US shut-in output: Market wrap

Oil still hovers above $70 with US shut-in output: Market wrap

  • Brent crude was down 54 cents, or 0.7 percent, at $74.92 per barrel, while WTI slipped by 67 cents, or 0.9 percent, to $71.94
By SHATHA ALMASOUDI ·

Are some Saudi social media influencers crossing the line?

Are some Saudi social media influencers crossing the line?

  • Saudi social media stars are learning they must play by the rules — or pay the price
By Hebshi Alshammari ·

Are some Saudi social media influencers crossing the line?

Are some Saudi social media influencers crossing the line?

  • Saudi social media stars are learning they must play by the rules — or pay the price
By Hebshi Alshammari ·

Malaysia’s top tourist destination reopens despite country’s ongoing COVID-19 crisis

Malaysia’s top tourist destination reopens despite country’s ongoing COVID-19 crisis

  • Reopening of Langkawi part of domestic tourism bubble strategy to restore Malaysia’s reeling visitor sector
  • Only fully vaccinated domestic travelers allowed to visit island resort as 30,000 tourists expected in next 2 weeks
By Kamles Kuma ·
Falastin, a festival in Rome dedicated to Palestinian culture, began on Thursday. (Screenshot)

Rome hosts Palestinian cultural festival

By Francesco Bongarrà ·

PSG coach Pochettino must work on weaknesses as stars flop

PSG coach Pochettino must work on weaknesses as stars flop

  • “Fantomatique” — or "Ghost-like — was the headline in French sports daily L’Equipe on Thursday
  • PSG's performance highlighted that the team still has glaring shortcomings despite being able to field three of the world's best forwards
By AP ·