Update Arab coalition strikes military sites in Houthi-held Sanaa

Arab coalition strikes military sites in Houthi-held Sanaa

  • Al-Maliki said the airstrikes were a response to Houthi attacks on Saudi airports, power stations and public
  • Fighting intensified outside the central city of Marib on Thursday
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Libya conference communique calls for steps to enable Dec. 24 elections

Libya conference communique calls for steps to enable Dec. 24 elections

  • Kuwaiti FM expressed full support for the new unified authority in Libya
By Reuters ·

Rival Sudan camps take to streets as tensions rise

Rival Sudan camps take to streets as tensions rise

  • Security forces fired tear gas as pro-civilian rule protesters rallied outside parliament in Omdurman
  • Demonstrators joined the march organised by the mainstream faction in several cities across Sudan including Khartoum
By AFP ·

Special Ancient and modern fuse together at the Indian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai photos

Ancient and modern fuse together at the Indian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

  • Pavilion is one of the largest at the event and could remain as a permanent structure once the expo is over
  • The pavilion’s launch coincides with year-long celebrations marking 75 years of Indian independence 
By Rebecca Anne Proctor ·

Special India marks administering more than 1bn COVID-19 jabs

India marks administering more than 1bn COVID-19 jabs

  • PM Narendra Modi hails achievement as ‘triumph of Indian science’
By Sanjay Kumar ·

John Kerry to attend Middle East Green Initiative Summit in Saudi Arabia

John Kerry to attend Middle East Green Initiative Summit in Saudi Arabia

  • Kerry will “engage with government counterparts and private sector leaders on climate crisis
By Arab News ·

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

  • New study by Kantar and Snap reveals that Snapchat is popular among both parents and younger people
  • Snapchat plays major role in advertising, marketing for older audiences
By Arab News ·

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

Report: 71 percent of parents in Saudi Arabia use Snapchat

  • New study by Kantar and Snap reveals that Snapchat is popular among both parents and younger people
  • Snapchat plays major role in advertising, marketing for older audiences
By Arab News ·