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 ·

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 ·

Update Foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Iraq meet on sidelines of GCC meeting

Foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Iraq meet on sidelines of GCC meeting

  • The GCC condemned Houthi attempts to attack the Kingdom
  • The council reiterated its support for Yemen’s legitimate government
By Arab News ·

El-Sisi: Egypt rejects foreign interference in Iraqi affairs

El-Sisi: Egypt rejects foreign interference in Iraqi affairs

By Mohammed Abu Zaid ·

Update Tunisian president says border with Libya to reopen

Tunisian president says border with Libya to reopen

By AFP ·

Expats in Saudi Arabia welcome call for business fees for hiring them to be proportionate to wages

Expats in Saudi Arabia welcome call for business fees for hiring them to be proportionate to wages

  • However they say the proposal by a Shoura Council member should also include the monthly fees they pay for dependents
By Rashid Hassan ·

Somalia’s Farmajo and Roble: the leaders at loggerheads

Somalia’s Farmajo and Roble: the leaders at loggerheads

  • Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly known as Farmajo, Italian for cheese, inherited a deeply unstable nation where Al-Shabab extremists still hold swathes of countryside
  • Mohamed Hussein Roble, the Swedish-trained civil engineer, is seen by many as a straight talker who understands Somalia’s complex makeup and is ready to discuss issues openly
By AFP ·

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 ·