More than 300 dead in Iran unrest: Guards general

More than 300 dead in Iran unrest: Guards general

  • The toll includes dozens of police, troops and militia killed in clashes with demonstrators or murdered
By AFP ·

UAE set to launch rover to the moon Wednesday

UAE set to launch rover to the moon Wednesday

  • Rashid rover will blast off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, tomorrow (Nov.30)
  • If the lunar mission succeeded, the UAE would be the fourth country to land on the moon.
By Arab News ·

Industry leaders at XP Music Futures predict Arab region as next global music hub

Industry leaders at XP Music Futures predict Arab region as next global music hub

  • The event kicked off on Monday with an enticing performance by up-and-coming Saudi talents Ntitled and MOT
  • MDLBEAST Chief Creative Officer: Annual XP focuses on growing the local scene and nurturing talent
By Nada Al-Turki ·

5m visitors enjoy Riyadh Season in 5 weeks

5m visitors enjoy Riyadh Season in 5 weeks

By Arab News ·

Special ‘Messi 10’ circus show mesmerizes Riyadh fans

‘Messi 10’ circus show mesmerizes Riyadh fans

By Rahaf Jambi ·

IRGC threatens Iranian footballers’ families ahead of US match

IRGC threatens Iranian footballers’ families ahead of US match

  • Players warned their relatives face arrest, torture if they do not back regime in final group game
  • Source tells CNN IRGC has flooded Qatar with operatives, officials to monitor players
By Arab News ·

Students sent home, police on patrol as China curbs protests

Students sent home, police on patrol as China curbs protests

  • Authorities have eased some controls after demonstrations in at least eight mainland cities and Hong Kong
  • Security forces have detained an unknown number of people and stepped up surveillance
By AP ·

Number of Muslims in UK up 44% in a decade

Number of Muslims in UK up 44% in a decade

By Arab News ·

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

  • Guardian, NYT, Le Monde, El País and Der Spiegel editors and publishers said the indictment threatens freedom of the press.
By Reuters ·

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

Leading media outlets urge US to end prosecution of Julian Assange

  • Guardian, NYT, Le Monde, El País and Der Spiegel editors and publishers said the indictment threatens freedom of the press.
By Reuters ·

Mexico face early World Cup exit against Saudi Arabia

Mexico face early World Cup exit against Saudi Arabia

  • Mexico have reached the round of 16 at the last seven World Cups
  • El Tri sit at the bottom of Group C ahead of a must-win match against Saudi Arabia
By AP ·