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

Saudi Arabia plans to be world’s biggest hydrogen producer

  • The minister said the Kingdom is “the best and biggest” exporter of oil and that it has been progressing towards chemical productions
video By Deema Al Khudair ·

Arab leaders, Pakistan’s Imran Khan arrive in Saudi Arabia for Middle East Green Initiative Summit photos

Arab leaders, Pakistan’s Imran Khan arrive in Saudi Arabia for Middle East Green Initiative Summit

  • Libyan president and Morocco’s prime minister also arrived in Riyadh to attend the regional summit
  • The inaugural summit will see world leaders and representatives gather on Monday to define green policy solutions
By Arab News ·

Saudi and US officials discuss climate change initiatives

Saudi and US officials discuss climate change initiatives

  • Al-Jubeir, Kerry discuss Kingdom’s environmental efforts on sidelines of Saudi Green Initiative Forum
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia registers 2 COVID-19 deaths, 47 new infections

Saudi Arabia registers 2 COVID-19 deaths, 47 new infections

  • Ministry of Interior records 824 violations against precautionary measures in the past week
  • Municipalities close three businesses and issue fines to 500 others for violating precautionary measures
By Arab News ·

Husband of detained Iranian-British woman on hunger strike

Husband of detained Iranian-British woman on hunger strike

  • Richard Ratcliffe started his fast on Sunday outside the British government’s Foreign Office in central London
  • He plans to maintain a “constant vigil” by sleeping in a tent outside the building’s main entrance
By AFP ·

Lebanon’s negotiations with IMF likely to start in November: minister

Lebanon’s negotiations with IMF likely to start in November: minister

  • Foreign Minister Bou Habib also spoke about the maritime border dispute between Lebanon and Israel
By Reuters ·

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 ·