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 ·

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

Toll from Oman mosque attack rises to nine including three gunmen

  • Pakistani foreign ministry described incident in Wadi Al-Kabir district of Muscat as “terrorist” attack
By AFP - Reuters ·

Special US military destroys 5 Houthi drones amid escalating ship attacks

US military destroys 5 Houthi drones amid escalating ship attacks

  • Centcom: It was determined these UAVs presented an imminent threat to US, coalition forces and merchant vessels in the region
  • Houthis also fired an explosive and remotely controlled boat at the MT Chios Lion, a Greek-operated, Marshall Islands-owned, crude oil tanker
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Excessive sun exposure can cause collagen and elastin in the skin to break down, leading to wrinkles, age spots, and sagging.

Have a sunkissed and safe summer

  • Experts advise on how you can get that golden glow and save your skin from damage, cancer
By Ghadi Joudah ·

Special Israeli army attacks kill five Lebanese in 24 hours, including two women

Israeli army attacks kill five Lebanese in 24 hours, including two women

  • Hezbollah responds by shelling Kiryat Shmona; warns of ‘severe response’ if Israel launches large-scale war in Lebanon
  • A Hezbollah member and his 2 sisters died on Monday night in an attack on their home, and 2 people on a motorcycle were killed on Tuesday by a drone attack
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

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 ·