Israeli military rejects allegations of burying Palestinians in mass graves at Gaza hospital

Israeli military rejects allegations of burying Palestinians in mass graves at Gaza hospital

  • The military said corpses already buried at Nasser hospital were examined as part of search for hostages
  • UN calls for international probe into deaths at Gaza hospitals
By Reuters - AFP ·

US Senate approves $95 billion aid bill to support Ukraine, Israel war effort

US Senate approves $95 billion aid bill to support Ukraine, Israel war effort

  • Ukraine, who has been been on the back foot in its war against Russia, welcomed the vote
  • Israel, which has killed more than 34,000 in Gaza, plans to attack Rafah to free hostages held by Hamas
By Reuters ·

Special ‘We will leave no stone unturned to shield UNRWA from ferocious attacks,’ says agency chief

‘We will leave no stone unturned to shield UNRWA from ferocious attacks,’ says agency chief

  • Philippe Lazzarini says many supporters of each side in Israeli-Palestinian conflict fail to feel empathy for those on the other and so demonize them
  • ‘The peace process, per se, is not enough; what we need is healing,’ he tells Arab News
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

World needs rewilding experiments, Riyadh forum told

World needs rewilding experiments, Riyadh forum told

  • Kingdom ‘dedicated to restoring endangered species to natural habitats,’ expert says
By Haifa Alshammari ·

Outer Edge Summit in Riyadh explores AI, digital futures

Outer Edge Summit in Riyadh explores AI, digital futures

By Sulafa Alkhunaizi - Hajar AlQusayer ·

Rafah evacuations not ‘possible’ under current conditions: Red Cross

Rafah evacuations not ‘possible’ under current conditions: Red Cross

  • Israel’s has killed at least 34,183 people in Gaza, mostly women and children, according to the Hamas-run territory’s health ministry
  • Egeland said some Palestinians had returned to areas in northern Gaza in recent weeks but that more than one million remained in Rafah
By AFP ·

Arrests follow barricades and encampments as US college students nationwide protest Gaza war

Arrests follow barricades and encampments as US college students nationwide protest Gaza war

  • More than 100 pro-Palestinian demonstrators who had camped out on Columbia University’s upper Manhattan campus were arrested last week
By AP ·

US police arrest Jadaliyya co-editor Sinan Antoon during pro-Gaza demonstration at New York University

US police arrest Jadaliyya co-editor Sinan Antoon during pro-Gaza demonstration at New York University

  • Antoon was arrested along with other NYU faculty members while attempting to protect demonstrating students from the police
  • NYU students were calling for a ceasefire in Palestine's Gaza Strip
By Arab News ·

US police arrest Jadaliyya co-editor Sinan Antoon during pro-Gaza demonstration at New York University

US police arrest Jadaliyya co-editor Sinan Antoon during pro-Gaza demonstration at New York University

  • Antoon was arrested along with other NYU faculty members while attempting to protect demonstrating students from the police
  • NYU students were calling for a ceasefire in Palestine's Gaza Strip
By Arab News ·

Sinner plays down Djokovic, Alcaraz comparisons

Sinner plays down Djokovic, Alcaraz comparisons

  • The Italian world No. 2 can come within touching distance of the top-ranked Djokovic in the standings should he triumph in Madrid this fortnight and he arrives in the Spanish capital brimming with confidence
  • In the absence of Djokovic, who has pulled out of the tournament, Sinner is the top seed in Madrid
By AFP ·