Yemen government, Houthis discuss final draft of agreement on opening roads in Taiz

Yemen government, Houthis discuss final draft of agreement on opening roads in Taiz

  • The discussions began on Wednesday, and are part of the UN-brokered truce that came into effect on April 2
  • Taiz governor said a military operation would break the siege of Taiz if talks did not lead to reopening roads
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Libya’s security threatened by foreign fighters, say UN experts

Libya’s security threatened by foreign fighters, say UN experts

  • Russia’s mercenary Wagner Group singled out for violating international law
  • 7 other armed groups accused of using unlawful detention to settle scores

Saudi investment minister heads Greece delegation to bolster strategic, trade relations

Saudi investment minister heads Greece delegation to bolster strategic, trade relations

  • Khalid Al-Falih will meet with a number of Greek government officials and top CEOs during the three-day visit
  • He will also attend the Saudi-Greek Ministerial Committee, Saudi-Greek Investment Forum, and Saudi-Greek Business Council
By Arab News ·

The Jeddah Jungle is home to about 1,000 species of wild creatures, as well as 200 species of rare birds. (SPA) photos

Jeddah Jungle takes visitors on ultimate safari experience

  • Guests discover wildlife firsthand, including wild cats and other exotic animals
By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR ·

Visit by far-right Israeli lawmaker sparks Jerusalem unrest

Visit by far-right Israeli lawmaker sparks Jerusalem unrest

  • The unrest erupted ahead of a mass ultranationalist Israeli march planned later Sunday
  • Sunday’s unrest took place in a contested hilltop compound revered by Jews and Muslims
By AP ·

Afghan women demand education and work at Kabul protest

Afghan women demand education and work at Kabul protest

  • Since seizing power in August, the Taliban have rolled back the marginal gains made by women during the two decades of US intervention in Afghanistan
By AFP ·