Gaza death toll nears 30,000 as aid groups warn of ‘imminent’ famine

Gaza death toll nears 30,000 as aid groups warn of ‘imminent’ famine

  • One in six children under 2 years of age in northern Gaza are suffering from acute malnutrition
  • WFP “is ready to swiftly expand and scale up our operations if there is a ceasefire agreement,” WFP Deputy Executive Director Carl Skau said
By AFP ·

Palestinian FM says Hamas knows it cannot be in new govt

Palestinian FM says Hamas knows it cannot be in new govt

  • “The time now is not for a government where Hamas will be part of it, because, in this case, then it will be boycotted by a number of countries, as happened before,” he said
By AFP ·

The US, according to a senior US military official, has targeted more than 230 locations in Houthi-controlled parts of Yemen.

US, Red Sea coalition forces destroy 5 Houthi drones

  • UK Maritime Trade Operations said on Tuesday night that it had received an alert about an explosion 60 nautical miles west of Hodeidah
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Jewellery Salon is now in Jeddah, featuring striking ornaments from more than 30 brands under one roof.

Jewellery Salon showcases timeless treasures in Jeddah

  • “The people of Jeddah truly value exquisite jewelry, and this year there is a noticeable emphasis on uniqueness and healthy competition among jewelers”: Al-Sunaidi
By Afshan Aziz ·

Special Arab Parliament denounces Israel for constructing watchtower on Al-Aqsa’s western wall

Arab Parliament denounces Israel for constructing watchtower on Al-Aqsa’s western wall

  • Arab Parliament said that the Israeli occupation aims to change the historical, political, demographic, and legal reality of the occupied city of Jerusalem
  • Parliament called for urgent international intervention to end Israeli violations at Islam’s third holiest site and to take all measures to stop the ethnic cleansing
By Gobran Mohamed ·

EU watchdog wants new search and rescue rules after hundreds of migrants drown off Greece

EU watchdog wants new search and rescue rules after hundreds of migrants drown off Greece

  • European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly said current rules prevent the EU’s border and coast guard agency Frontex from fulfilling its obligations to protect the rights of migrants
  • Up to 750 people were believed to be crammed aboard the Adriana when it sank off Greece last June
By AP ·

Special Saudi Arabia makes $38m contribution to global education fund

Saudi Arabia makes $38m contribution to global education fund

By Reina Takla - MANAL AL-BARAKATI ·

News outlets call for free access to Gaza for foreign media

News outlets call for free access to Gaza for foreign media

  • After 5 months of war, journalists are still denied the freedom to enter the territory without direct supervision by the Israeli army, which is accused of ‘limiting insights’
  • In an open letter to Israel and Egypt, the organizations also called for greater efforts to ensure the safety of local reporters in the territory
By Arab News ·

News outlets call for free access to Gaza for foreign media

News outlets call for free access to Gaza for foreign media

  • After 5 months of war, journalists are still denied the freedom to enter the territory without direct supervision by the Israeli army, which is accused of ‘limiting insights’
  • In an open letter to Israel and Egypt, the organizations also called for greater efforts to ensure the safety of local reporters in the territory
By Arab News ·

Anthony Kim joins LIV Golf after 12-year absence from pro competition

Anthony Kim joins LIV Golf after 12-year absence from pro competition

  • American competing as wildcard in pursuit of full-time status, starting in Jeddah
  • Greg Norman: It’s clear that he (Kim) has the fire to win again and show why he was one of the most compelling players in the world
By Arab News ·