Update ‘Joint military forces’ detain ministers, civilians in Sudan ruling body

‘Joint military forces’ detain ministers, civilians in Sudan ruling body

  • Raiders surround the residence of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and storm the house of his media adviser
By Arab News ·

Ministry of Hajj and Umrah cancels 14-day waiting period between Umrah

Ministry of Hajj and Umrah cancels 14-day waiting period between Umrah

By Arab News ·

Special Dozens of Yemenis feared dead in botched Houthi missile launch

Dozens of Yemenis feared dead in botched Houthi missile launch

  • PM urges factions to unify and foil ‘Iranian-led criminal project’
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Saudi Arabia eyes personal status law with main focus on family and strengthening of bonds

Saudi Arabia eyes personal status law with main focus on family and strengthening of bonds

  • Saudi Vision 2030 also stipulates, in many of its programs and articles, strengthening the status of the family and striving to overcome all obstacles facing its members
By SPA ·

South Korea’s leader vows final push for talks with North

South Korea’s leader vows final push for talks with North

  • Moon praised himself for paving the way for a peace process on the Korean Peninsula by holding three summits with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
By AP ·

Telecom Zain KSA profits drop 36% for first 9 months of 2021

Telecom Zain KSA profits drop 36% for first 9 months of 2021

  • The decline is due to a 1 percent drop in revenue, as well as rising revenue costs by 19 percent, the company said in a bourse filing. 
By Arab News ·

Australian regulator ‘concerned’ about Facebook’s approach to media law

Australian regulator ‘concerned’ about Facebook’s approach to media law

  • Since the controversial law was passed in March, Facebook and Google have struck licensing deals with most of Australia’s largest news outlets
By Reuters ·

Australian regulator ‘concerned’ about Facebook’s approach to media law

Australian regulator ‘concerned’ about Facebook’s approach to media law

  • Since the controversial law was passed in March, Facebook and Google have struck licensing deals with most of Australia’s largest news outlets
By Reuters ·