Special Yemeni parties under pressure for 6-month truce extension

Yemeni parties under pressure for 6-month truce extension

  • Envoy is expected to meet Houthi leaders to persuade them to extend the truce and accept his latest proposal for opening roads in Taiz
  • Grundberg: We are at a crossroads where the risk of a return to war is real
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Update Thirteen reported killed as Iran Revolutionary Guards target dissident sites in Iraq

Thirteen reported killed as Iran Revolutionary Guards target dissident sites in Iraq

  • The strikes were reported after Iranian authorities accused armed Iranian Kurdish dissidents of involvement in unrest now shaking Iran
  • Thirteen people were killed and 58 wounded in the attacks near Irbil and Sulaimaniya in Iraqi Kurdistan
By AFP - Reuters ·

Special Is it the end of Japan’s neutrality? photos

Is it the end of Japan’s neutrality?

  • Detention of consul by Russia for alleged spying comes hard on the heels of defense deals with Israel
  • Twin developments have called into question Japan’s neutrality, exposed its diplomatic vulnerabilities
By Arab News ·

Special Saudi tourism gets chance to bloom in UN challenge

Saudi tourism gets chance to bloom in UN challenge

By HUSSAM AL-MAYMAN ·

Arab publishers turn the page with audiobooks, Riyadh forum told

Arab publishers turn the page with audiobooks, Riyadh forum told

  • Kingdom’s key role in regional publishing outlined on conference final day
By Hebshi Alshammari ·

Former Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi convicted again, Australian economist gets 3 years

Former Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi convicted again, Australian economist gets 3 years

  • Suu Kyi received a three-year sentence after being tried and convicted under the secrets law
  • Australian economist Sean Turnell had served as an adviser to the former leader
By AP ·

Consultancy agreement signed to launch Jordanian-Iraqi economic city

Consultancy agreement signed to launch Jordanian-Iraqi economic city

  • Industries on the site will benefit from free trade agreements and have access to over 1bn consumers without customs restrictions
By Arab News ·

Rohingya seek reparations from Facebook for role in massacre

Rohingya seek reparations from Facebook for role in massacre

  • “Meta — through its dangerous algorithms and its relentless pursuit of profit — substantially contributed to the serious human rights violations perpetrated against the Rohingya,” the report says
By AP ·

Rohingya seek reparations from Facebook for role in massacre

Rohingya seek reparations from Facebook for role in massacre

  • “Meta — through its dangerous algorithms and its relentless pursuit of profit — substantially contributed to the serious human rights violations perpetrated against the Rohingya,” the report says
By AP ·

London Halal Food Festival opens its gates to 18,000 visitors

London Halal Food Festival opens its gates to 18,000 visitors

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  • With 150 vendors, festival showcases 25 cuisines from around the world
  • Festival’s mission is to help support halal SMES
By Tamara Turki ·
Racist abuse of Richarlison shows FIFA still has work to do

Racist abuse of Richarlison shows FIFA still has work to do

  • In a statement, FIFA condemned the incident, saying: “First and foremost, FIFA strongly rejects any form of racism and violence and has a very clear zero tolerance stance against such behavior in football
By AP ·