video Update Gaza death toll tops 100 as Israeli air strikes, Hamas rocket fire continue

Gaza death toll tops 100 as Israeli air strikes, Hamas rocket fire continue

  • Palestinian officials say 27 children are among the dead in four days of Israeli bombardment
  • Seven people have been killed in Israel, its military said
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Update A patrol unit of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) is stationed in the southernmost Lebanese town of Naqura by the border with Israel. (AFP/File Photo)

Three rockets fired from Lebanon towards Israel

  • Lebanese security forces also confirmed that at least three rockets were fired from south of country
By Reuters ·

Update Palestinians react in front of the remains of destroyed building after being hit by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021. (AP)

OIC to hold emergency meeting to discuss Jerusalem and Gaza, at request of Saudi Arabia

  • The meeting between foreign ministers of member nations will address continuing Israeli attacks in the Palestinian territories
By Arab News ·

Iraqi PM thanks King Salman for hospital donation

Iraqi PM thanks King Salman for hospital donation

  • The king ordered Wednesday that the hospital, designated for COVID-19 cases, which was gutted by fire in April be rebuilt
  • Saudi Arabia will take on critical cases to provide them with medical care at the king’s expense
By Arab News ·

London Bridge terror attack could not have been prevented, says MI5 officer

London Bridge terror attack could not have been prevented, says MI5 officer

  • Usman Khan killed two people in 2019, less than a year after his release from jail on terror charges
  • An inquest into the deaths aims to determine whether the attack could have been predicted
By Arab News ·

Samsung boosts non-memory chip investment  to $151bn

Samsung boosts non-memory chip investment to $151bn

  • The government will offer about 1 trillion won in long-term loans for increasing 8-inch wafer chip contract manufacturing capacity
By Reuters ·

Tech giants face hefty fines under UK online safety bill to protect children

Tech giants face hefty fines under UK online safety bill to protect children

  • A new online safety bill will regulate social media with terms and conditions on minimum age thresholds
  • Ofcom, the government-approved regulator for broadcasting and telecommunications, will be responsible for enforcing the new bill
By Arab News ·

Tech giants face hefty fines under UK online safety bill to protect children

Tech giants face hefty fines under UK online safety bill to protect children

  • A new online safety bill will regulate social media with terms and conditions on minimum age thresholds
  • Ofcom, the government-approved regulator for broadcasting and telecommunications, will be responsible for enforcing the new bill
By Arab News ·