UN to investigate war crimes in Ethiopia

UN to investigate war crimes in Ethiopia

  • Reports says a preliminary analysis of the information indicated that serious violations of international law, possibly amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity, may have been committed
By AFP ·

Update Arab coalition intercepts Houthi ballistic missile targeting Jazan

Arab coalition intercepts Houthi ballistic missile targeting Jazan

  • The coalition is taking all precautions to protect civilians as the Houthi militia continue targeting them
By Arab News ·

Special Why Iran’s hate-filled public school curriculum should be a global concern photos

Why Iran’s hate-filled public school curriculum should be a global concern

  • Teachers use state-designed textbooks that encourage young people to export global revolution using violent means
  • Curriculum encourages political subversion against Arab states and demonizes the US, Israel and Jewish people
By David Andrew Weinberg ·

Saudi Arabia announces 4 more COVID-19 deaths

Saudi Arabia announces 4 more COVID-19 deaths

  • The total number of recoveries in the Kingdom has increased to 369,613
  • A total of 6,514 people have succumbed to the virus in the Kingdom so far
By Arab News ·

New Zealand man charged over threats to Christchurch mosques

New Zealand man charged over threats to Christchurch mosques

  • Police on Thursday arrested the 27-year-old man and charged him with threatening to kill
  • The arrest comes as Muslims prepare to mark the second anniversary of a white supremacist gunman’s attack at the mosques
By AP ·

Special King Salman Energy Park signs anchor tenants

King Salman Energy Park signs anchor tenants

  • President and CEO of SPARK Saif Al-Qahtani: SPARK is proud to welcome TAQA and AMCO as they take the first step toward launching their operations
  • By 2035, the park is expected to contribute more than SR22 billion to the Kingdom’s gross domestic product
By Rashid Hassan ·

Daily Mail owner snaps up New Scientist magazine for $97.8 million

Daily Mail owner snaps up New Scientist magazine for $97.8 million

  • The purchase comes soon after the British firm agreed to sell its EdTech business, Hobsons
By Reuters ·

Daily Mail owner snaps up New Scientist magazine for $97.8 million

Daily Mail owner snaps up New Scientist magazine for $97.8 million

  • The purchase comes soon after the British firm agreed to sell its EdTech business, Hobsons
By Reuters ·