video Israeli warplanes pound Houthi-held Hodeidah

Israeli warplanes pound Houthi-held Hodeidah

  • Houthi officials vowed to retaliate. “We will respond more violently and harshly to this Zionist-American orgy,” Abdul Sallam Jahaf, a member of the Houthi Shura Council
video By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Saudi Arabia says no involvement with strikes targetting Hodeidah

Saudi Arabia says no involvement with strikes targetting Hodeidah

  • Ministry of Defense spokesman says the Kingdom will not allow any entity to use its airspace for offensive action
  • Israeli warplanes struck targets in Houthi-controlled Hodeidah following a Houthi drone attack on Tel Aviv
By Arab News ·

Update US President Joe Biden gestures as he speaks at a press conference during NATO’s 75th anniversary summit, in Washington.Reuters

Biden’s ability to win back skeptical Democrats is tested at a perilous moment for his campaign

  • Rep. Mark Takano, the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Committee, called on Biden to “pass the torch,” to Vice President Kamala Harris
By AP ·

Strawberry picking in Taif serves up a sweet summer escape photos

Strawberry picking in Taif serves up a sweet summer escape

  • Locations help create jobs during the summer season
By SALEH FAREED ·

Saudi Arabia says no involvement with strikes targetting Hodeidah

Saudi Arabia says no involvement with strikes targetting Hodeidah

  • Ministry of Defense spokesman says the Kingdom will not allow any entity to use its airspace for offensive action
  • Israeli warplanes struck targets in Houthi-controlled Hodeidah following a Houthi drone attack on Tel Aviv
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia’s space sector soars with strategic initiatives

Saudi Arabia’s space sector soars with strategic initiatives

  • Initiative aims to bolster the nation’s position in global space economy by developing local capabilities
By Miguel Hadchity ·

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

  • Gershkovich and his employer say he did nothing wrong, Kremlin says he was caught ‘red-handed’
  • The decision is likely to heighten the already tense relations between Russia and the West
By Reuters ·

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

  • Gershkovich and his employer say he did nothing wrong, Kremlin says he was caught ‘red-handed’
  • The decision is likely to heighten the already tense relations between Russia and the West
By Reuters ·