Saudi Arabia leads condemnation of Houthi missile attacks on Abu Dhabi, Kingdom

Saudi Arabia leads condemnation of Houthi missile attacks on Abu Dhabi, Kingdom

  • Saudi Arabia’s foreign ministry said the Houthis had caused destruction and death in Yemen
  • GCC said continuation of Houthi attacks reflects their rejection of all efforts aimed at bringing peace to Yemen
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia extends residencies, exit-entry visas

Saudi Arabia extends residencies, exit-entry visas

  • The extension, issued by the Minister of Finance, is part of the Kingdom’s efforts to address the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • It will be carried automatically in collaboration with the National Information Center, without the need to visit the passports directorate
By Arab News ·

Lebanon's leading Sunni Muslim politician and Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri delivers a speech in Beirut, Lebanon January 24, 2022. (Reuters)

Hariri will not run in parliamentary elections due to ‘Iranian influence’

  • Hariri, 51, inherited the political mantle of his father, Rafik, after his assassination in 2005
  • Cabinet approves social aid for public sector, appoints Anti-Corruption Commission members
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Special Iraqis taking part in anti-government protests over corruption and unemployment. (AFP/File Photo)

What prevents Iraq from meeting the youth employment challenge

By Nadia Al-Faour ·

Update Chemicals sales soar as Saudi non-oil exports grow by 26%

Chemicals sales soar as Saudi non-oil exports grow by 26%

By Ziad Sabbah ·

Clara Barbier Serrano performed arias by composers such as Purcell, Handel, Mozart and Puccini. Her journey into opera began 10 years ago when she was 16 years old. (Photos/ Hayy Jameel)

Stunning French soprano enthralls Jeddah audience

  • Clara Barbier Serrano performs arias taking audience on a special journey through European history
  • To be in this place in this Maraya concert hall was just incredible, because it’s beautiful; it’s so magical how we can bring this music to the whole world, and then people will somehow connect to it
By Nada Hameed ·

Stephanie Williams, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’s special adviser on Libya, recently reiterated the importance of holding elections “in the shortest possible time frame.” (Reuters/File Photo)

Help build solid basis for Libyan elections and don’t fixate on dates, Security Council told

  • Lawyer and activist Elham Saudi condemned “weak” vetting that resulted in candidates implicated in corruption and crimes against humanity being cleared to stand
  • US envoy highlighted concerns about deteriorating human rights situation in the country and continuing reports of violence and abuse targeting migrants, asylum seekers and refugees
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Hong Kong virus cluster in housing prompts partial lockdown

Hong Kong virus cluster in housing prompts partial lockdown

  • The outbreak has also prompted the city of Shenzhen just across the border in mainland China to tighten rules on people arriving from Hong Kong
By AP ·

Facebook employees take a photo with the company's new name and logo outside its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., Oct. 28, 2021. (AP)

Facebook parent Meta creates powerful AI supercomputer

  • The computer, which is already up and running but is still being built, is called AI Research SuperCluster
By AP ·

Facebook employees take a photo with the company's new name and logo outside its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., Oct. 28, 2021. (AP)

Facebook parent Meta creates powerful AI supercomputer

  • The computer, which is already up and running but is still being built, is called AI Research SuperCluster
By AP ·