Yemen government, Houthis discuss final draft of agreement on opening roads in Taiz

Yemen government, Houthis discuss final draft of agreement on opening roads in Taiz

  • The discussions began on Wednesday, and are part of the UN-brokered truce that came into effect on April 2
  • Taiz governor said a military operation would break the siege of Taiz if talks did not lead to reopening roads
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Libya’s security threatened by foreign fighters, say UN experts

Libya’s security threatened by foreign fighters, say UN experts

  • Russia’s mercenary Wagner Group singled out for violating international law
  • 7 other armed groups accused of using unlawful detention to settle scores

Saudi investment minister heads Greece delegation to bolster strategic, trade relations

Saudi investment minister heads Greece delegation to bolster strategic, trade relations

  • Khalid Al-Falih will meet with a number of Greek government officials and top CEOs during the three-day visit
  • He will also attend the Saudi-Greek Ministerial Committee, Saudi-Greek Investment Forum, and Saudi-Greek Business Council
By Arab News ·

The Jeddah Jungle is home to about 1,000 species of wild creatures, as well as 200 species of rare birds. (SPA) photos

Jeddah Jungle takes visitors on ultimate safari experience

  • Guests discover wildlife firsthand, including wild cats and other exotic animals
By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR ·

American forces patrol near the countryside of Rumaylan in Syria’s northeastern Hasakeh province near the border with Turkey.

13 Albanians, others from Kosovo are repatriated from Syria

  • Hundreds of people from Albania and Kosovo joined Daesh and other groups fighting in Syria and Iraq in the early 2010s
By AP ·

Shanghai takes further steps toward reopening, Beijing eases COVID-19 curbs

Shanghai takes further steps toward reopening, Beijing eases COVID-19 curbs

  • The Chinese commercial hub of 25 million aims to essentially end from Wednesday prolonged lockdow
By Reuters ·

Special With 500,000 jobs and 50 new companies, PIF finds Saudi Arabia a place in the sun graphic

With 500,000 jobs and 50 new companies, PIF finds Saudi Arabia a place in the sun

  • The progress made by the Kingdom in non-oil sectors indicates that KSA is moving ahead in the right direction
By Nirmal Narayanan - Fahad Abuljadayel and Theresa Stevens ·

’Triangle of Sadness’ wins Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Fest

’Triangle of Sadness’ wins Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Fest

  • The festival also named Korean star Song Kang Ho best actor for his performance in Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s film “Broker”
  • Best actress went to Zar Amir Ebrahimi for her performance as a journalist in Ali Abbasi’s “Holy Spider”
By AP ·
Swiatek racks up 31st straight win as French Open gets Nordic twist

Swiatek racks up 31st straight win as French Open gets Nordic twist

  • Swiatek’s winning streak is the best since Serena Williams’s 34 successive victories in 2013
By AFP ·