Update Israeli strikes across Gaza kill at least 17, Palestinian health officials say

Israeli strikes across Gaza kill at least 17, Palestinian health officials say

  • Israeli military say troops continue ‘intelligence-based’ activities in Rafah
  • Air strikes had targeted militants, tunnels, and other Hamas military infrastructure
By Reuters ·

Iran threat prompted increased protection of Trump, Saturday attack appears unrelated, officials say

Iran threat prompted increased protection of Trump, Saturday attack appears unrelated, officials say

  • Biden administration reached out to senior officials at the Secret Service to make them aware of alleged plot
By AP ·

Update Toll from Oman mosque attack rises to nine including three gunmen video

Toll from Oman mosque attack rises to nine including three gunmen

  • Daesh claim responsibility for attack
  • Pakistani foreign ministry described incident in Wadi Al-Kabir district of Muscat as “terrorist” attack
By Agencies ·

Saudi Cabinet reiterates calls for immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza

Saudi Cabinet reiterates calls for immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza

  • Cabinet session was headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
  • Stressed need to activate international accountability mechanisms regarding continued Israeli violations
By Arab News ·

Analysis Why Damascus has failed to prevent repeated Israeli strikes on Iranian targets on Syrian territory

Why Damascus has failed to prevent repeated Israeli strikes on Iranian targets on Syrian territory

  • Israeli air attacks on Syrian soil have increased in frequency since the outbreak of war in Gaza
  • Syrians fear being dragged into wider regional war as Israel attacks suspected Iran-backed targets
By ANAN TELLO ·

Kingdom and Airbus can fly high together, says company chief video

Kingdom and Airbus can fly high together, says company chief

  • $19 billion aviation agreement ‘will help Saudia to grow and also help the country to achieve its Vision 2030’
  • Saudia signed a deal with Airbus in May for 105 aircraft, the largest agreement in Saudi aviation history
By NOOR NUGALI ·