Libyan factions face international call to step up peace process

Libyan factions face international call to step up peace process

  • Arab League, African Union, EU and UN call for accelerated efforts to improve security and fully implement ceasefire
  • UN chief Antonio Guterres says urgent and immediate action is needed or window of opportunity might be lost
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Special Turkey conference in doubt amid international efforts to engage Taliban

Turkey conference in doubt amid international efforts to engage Taliban

  • Group boycotting all peace talks until foreign troops exit Afghanistan
By Sayed Salahuddin ·

New oil price surge caps year of recovery since ‘Black Monday’

New oil price surge caps year of recovery since ‘Black Monday’

  • Anniversary of US crude plunging to minus-$40 at start of pandemic recession
By Frank Kane ·

Chips with everything: Saudi restaurant where waiters are robots

Chips with everything: Saudi restaurant where waiters are robots

  • Room is fitted with strategically placed sensors that allow the machines to move about and take food to customers
By Tareq Al-Thaqafi ·

Update Sudanese commander says forces secured eastern border with Ethiopia

Sudanese commander says forces secured eastern border with Ethiopia

  • Karar reaffirmed Sudan’s commitment to non-aggression towards neighboring countries
By Arab News ·

Emirates may need to raise cash if air travel does not pick up

Emirates may need to raise cash if air travel does not pick up

  • Emirates has resumed flights with all of its 151 Boeing 777 jets
  • Emirates lost 12.6 billion dirhams in the first half of the year
By Reuters ·

Netflix shares tumble as subscriber growth cools

Netflix shares tumble as subscriber growth cools

  • Netflix executives had cautioned in past quarters that the pandemic fueled a surge in subscriptions, with people who would have eventually signed up jumping on board sooner than they might have
By AFP ·

Netflix shares tumble as subscriber growth cools

Netflix shares tumble as subscriber growth cools

  • Netflix executives had cautioned in past quarters that the pandemic fueled a surge in subscriptions, with people who would have eventually signed up jumping on board sooner than they might have
By AFP ·