Update 112 killed as Israel forces fire on Gazans rushing for food aid

112 killed as Israel forces fire on Gazans rushing for food aid

  • Israeli source said troops opened fire at “several people” in crowd who posed threat to them
  • Gaza Health Ministry spokesperson Ashraf Al-Qidra said incident took place at Al-Nabusi roundabout west of Gaza City
By AP ·

People mourn at Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, over the body of a Palestinian killed.

Saudi Arabia leads Arab condemnation of targeting of civilians in northern Gaza

  • Israeli troops fired on a large crowd of Palestinians racing to pull food off an aid convoy in Gaza City on Thursday, witnesses said
  • More than 100 people were killed in the chaos, bringing the death toll since the start of the Israel-Hamas war to more than 30,000
By Arab News ·

Russell Peters, the comedian enjoying the last laugh

Russell Peters, the comedian enjoying the last laugh

  • Canadian performer advises people to follow their dreams despite setbacks
  • Stand-up veteran recalls earning $50 for gigs, being booed off stage and learning on the job
By HUSSAM AL-MAYMAN ·

People mourn at Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, over the body of a Palestinian killed.

Saudi Arabia leads Arab condemnation of targeting of civilians in northern Gaza

  • Israeli troops fired on a large crowd of Palestinians racing to pull food off an aid convoy in Gaza City on Thursday, witnesses said
  • More than 100 people were killed in the chaos, bringing the death toll since the start of the Israel-Hamas war to more than 30,000
By Arab News ·

Netanyahu says he will pave way to end exemption for ultra-Orthodox from military service

Netanyahu says he will pave way to end exemption for ultra-Orthodox from military service

  • Ultra-Orthodox Jews, who make up 13 percent of Israel’s population, claim the right to study in seminaries instead of serving in uniform for the standard three years
  • Israel’s Supreme Court in 2018 voided a law waiving the draft for ultra-Orthodox men, citing a need for the burden of military service to be shared across Israeli society
By Reuters ·

Special El-Sisi, Al-Burhan discuss developments in Sudan

El-Sisi, Al-Burhan discuss developments in Sudan

By Gobran Mohamed ·

Ukraine forces claim downing record number of Russian jets in February

Ukraine forces claim downing record number of Russian jets in February

  • Says 10 SU-34, two Su-35 fighter jets and an A-50 aircraft had been shot down in February
  • Russian military bloggers and the British defense ministry had also mentioned downed A-50 planes
By AFP ·

Special Inter-Arab trade at $700bn: Union of Arab Chambers

Inter-Arab trade at $700bn: Union of Arab Chambers

  • Secretary-general attends World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Abu Dhabi
  • ‘The Arab region’s presence in such events aids in shaping policies for freer global trade’
By Bruna Garcia ·

Special Saudi art on show as 17th edition of UAE fair launched

Saudi art on show as 17th edition of UAE fair launched

  • Jeddah-based Hafez Gallery will be showcasing rare black-and-white works on cardboard by Saudi artist Abdulsattar Al-Mussa
  • Jeddah’s Athr Gallery will be putting on a solo exhibition of works by Saudi artist Ayman Yossri Daydban
By Rawaa Talass ·
Analysis Azeem Rafiq (L) and Colin Graves (R) during hearings on racism in cricket. (Screenshots)

Desperate times at Yorkshire County Cricket Club amid racism scandal

  • Following allegations of racism at Yorkshire CCC, a number of complaints were upheld and formally accepted by the club
By Jon Pike ·

Special Al-Hazm stun Al-Nassr to rescue draw in 8-goal thriller

Al-Hazm stun Al-Nassr to rescue draw in 8-goal thriller

By John Duerden ·

Bayern focused on hunting down Leverkusen

Bayern focused on hunting down Leverkusen

By AFP ·