Update 19 killed, including 4 IRGC members, in Iran attack

19 killed, including 4 IRGC members, in Iran attack

  • The assailants in Friday’s attack hid among worshippers near a mosque in the city of Zahedan
  • Thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets over the last two weeks to protest the death of Mahsa Amini
By AP ·

Special Yemeni government agrees to extend UN-brokered truce for two months

Yemeni government agrees to extend UN-brokered truce for two months

  • “The government does not object to the renewal, but it does have some reservations,” the Yemeni government official told Arab News, preferring anonymity
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Iraqis gather in Baghdad to mark anniversary of 2019 anti-government protest

Iraqis gather in Baghdad to mark anniversary of 2019 anti-government protest

  • In 2019, protests erupted against then prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s government with demonstrators demanding an overhaul of political system
By AP ·

Saudi artists at Artorama showcase interactive artworks video

Saudi artists at Artorama showcase interactive artworks

  • State-of-the-art installations are offering visitors a unique immersive experience
By Nada Al-Turki ·

Turkish minister says deadly gun attack was ‘America-based’

Turkish minister says deadly gun attack was ‘America-based’

  • Two suspected Kurdish militants opened fire on security force lodgings in the Mediterranean province of Mersin late on Monday, killing one officer and wounding a second officer and a civilian
By AP ·

Sweden allows exports of war material to Turkey

Sweden allows exports of war material to Turkey

  • Four rockets landed in the Green Zone on Wednesday during a partial lockdown as parliament was convening, wounding seven security personnel, and another four rockets fired from eastern Baghdad landed around the zone on Thursday
By AFP ·

Saudi digital transformation strategy enters the final phase

Saudi digital transformation strategy enters the final phase

  • The plan aims to create a new seamless government experience for beneficiaries by 2024
By Nour El-Shaeri ·

Algeria want to replace Guinea as 2025 Cup of Nations hosts

Algeria want to replace Guinea as 2025 Cup of Nations hosts

  • Algeria football boss Zefizef Djahid said his country “will be candidates to host the 2025 AFCON”
  • Confederation of African Football president Patrice Motsepe said Guinea would not host the 2025 edition because they were "not ready to do so"
By AFP ·