Iran scraps morality police after months of deadly protests

Iran scraps morality police after months of deadly protests

  • The morality police — known formally as the Gasht-e Ershad or “Guidance Patrol” — were established under hard-line president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
By AFP ·

Update OPEC+ maintains status quo on output amid fresh price cap on Russian oil 

OPEC+ maintains status quo on output amid fresh price cap on Russian oil 

By Nirmal Narayanan  - Donia Diaaeddine ·

Former British Daesh bride ‘will die without medical aid’ in Syrian camp, neurologist warns

Former British Daesh bride ‘will die without medical aid’ in Syrian camp, neurologist warns

  • UK government inaction in Layla case amounts to ‘barbarism,’ says Dr. David Nicholl
By Arab News ·

People with disabilities take the stage at Gulf Theatre Festival photos

People with disabilities take the stage at Gulf Theatre Festival

  • Ahmad bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi said: “The initiatives, programs and projects offered to people with disabilities in the Kingdom reflect our wise leadership’s interest in this group … and the achievement of equal opportunities for them”
By Hebshi Alshammari ·

UK political instability delays British-Moroccan energy project: Report

UK political instability delays British-Moroccan energy project: Report

  • Xlinks venture will provide Britain with renewable energy via cable through Sahara
  • Morocco is established market leader in wind, solar, hydroelectric power industry
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority approves regulations of market-marking and procedures

Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority approves regulations of market-marking and procedures

  • The CMA's approval aims to regulate the activities of listed securities market-making, and impacts resulted from approving the market making registration application
By Arab News ·

England subdue Senegal to book France clash in World Cup quarters

England subdue Senegal to book France clash in World Cup quarters

  • Jordan Henderson and Harry Kane put Senegal to the sword with a pair of clinical finishes before half-time
  • Bukayo Saka added a third, but it was Jude Bellingham’s prodigious work-rate and burgeoning quality in possession that allowed England to turn the tide
By AFP ·