Special Hezbollah fires ‘dozens’ of rockets at Israel after drone attack kills fighter

Hezbollah fires ‘dozens’ of rockets at Israel after drone attack kills fighter

  • Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah warned that ‘no place’ in Israel would be spared if authorities in the country declared all-out war against his group
  • Nasrallah warned the Cypriot government that ‘opening its airports and bases to the enemy to target Lebanon means it has become part of the war’
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

UN experts say firms sending arms to Israel could be complicit in abuses

UN experts say firms sending arms to Israel could be complicit in abuses

  • The group of 30 experts, including several UN Special Rapporteurs, said arms manufacturers supplying Israel should halt their transfers of war materiel
  • The UN experts said on Thursday the risk to arms firms had increased since the International Court of Justice ordered Israel last month to halt its military offensive in Rafah
By Arab News ·

Update Sudan one of world’s ‘worst crises’ in decades: medical charity

Sudan one of world’s ‘worst crises’ in decades: medical charity

  • Grandi said that although he had “seen a little bit of progress in the last few weeks,” much more action was needed to improve access
  • The global community had to continue lobbying for aid access, he said
By AFP ·

Special How Saudi startup Braincell is optimizing decision-making and automation through AI graphic

How Saudi startup Braincell is optimizing decision-making and automation through AI

  • AI solutions designed to solve specific business problems are having a profound impact on how firms operate
  • Braincell leverages AI to enhance processes, from logistics and healthcare to banking and smart cities
By SULAFA ALKHUNAIZI & LAMA ALHAMAWI ·

South Sudan’s vice president expresses concern over ongoing peace talks

South Sudan’s vice president expresses concern over ongoing peace talks

  • The former rebel leader signed an agreement with President Salva Kiir in 2018 that ended a five-year civil war that killed about 400,000 people
By AP ·

Police officers patrol the square in front of Id Kah Mosque in Kashgar, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China, May 3, 2021.

Campaigners urge UN rights chief to act on China Xinjiang abuse report

  • The August 2022 report, produced under the leadership of the last commissioner, Michelle Bachelet, said the extent of arbitrary and discriminatory detention of Uyghurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang may be an international crime
By Reuters ·

TikTok accuses federal agency of ‘political demagoguery’ in legal challenge against potential US ban

TikTok accuses federal agency of ‘political demagoguery’ in legal challenge against potential US ban

  • ByteDance-owned company said in court letter that Committee on Foreign Investment ceased negotions after submitting draft security agreement
By AP ·

TikTok accuses federal agency of ‘political demagoguery’ in legal challenge against potential US ban

TikTok accuses federal agency of ‘political demagoguery’ in legal challenge against potential US ban

  • ByteDance-owned company said in court letter that Committee on Foreign Investment ceased negotions after submitting draft security agreement
By AP ·

The best TV shows of 2024 so far 

The best TV shows of 2024 so far 

  • From warlords in feudal Japan, through post-apocalyptic wastelands, to a stalker in Scotland
By Arab News ·
Dominant Spain brush past Italy to reach Euro 2024 knockouts

Dominant Spain brush past Italy to reach Euro 2024 knockouts

  • For Italy Thursday’s deserved defeat was a reality check as vibrant Spain peppered the brilliant Gianliugi Donnarumma’s goal throughout the match while the Azzurri failed to have a single attempt on target
By AFP ·