Saudi Arabia, UAE reject Israeli measures to evacuate Palestinian homes in Jerusalem

Saudi Arabia, UAE reject Israeli measures to evacuate Palestinian homes in Jerusalem

  • The ministry renewed its stand with the country’s people, and supported all efforts aimed at reaching a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue
By Arab News ·

Special Abdallah Al-Mouallimi told Antonio Guterres that the Israel-Palestine issue was “central to the UN agenda since its inception.” (KSA Mission to UN/File Photo)

UN must shoulder responsibility to resolve Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Saudi envoy says

  • Abdallah Al-Mouallimi also pressed Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on his plans to help bring peace to Syria, Yemen and Libya
  • Guterres was making his case to the General Assembly for a second five-year term as UN chief, and answering questions
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Saudi Arabia's Adel Al-Jubeir called on Saturday for people who "accused the Kingdom" with regard to claims it was involved with the hacking of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos' phone last year to "acknowledge their mistake." (Reuters/File Photo)

Al-Jubeir calls on Kingdom’s accusers in Bezos phone hack to ‘acknowledge their mistake’

  • Minister of State for Foreign Affairs said Saudi Arabia “had nothing to do with the allegations”
  • Saudi embassy in US rejected the claims at the time as “absurd”
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman issued a royal order to promote a number of members of the Public Prosecution Office. (SPA)

King Salman issues royal order to promote members of Public Prosecution Office

  • Attorney General Sheikh Saud bin Abdullah Al-Mujib praised the issuance of the royal order
By Arab News ·

Special Israeli violence against Al-Aqsa worshippers condemned

Israeli violence against Al-Aqsa worshippers condemned

  • The UN Security Council Resolution 2334 considers all settlements, including those in Jerusalem, illegal
By Daoud Kuttab ·

Charities have criticized the UK government for its plan to cut spending on helping feed children in impoverished countries by 80 percent. (Reuters/File Photo)

UK aid cuts will leave tens of thousands of kids at risk of starvation: Charity

  • Britain set to drop food funding by 80% as malnutrition reaches 5-year high
  • Save the Children warns of ‘near-collapse of UK help’ in countries such as Yemen, Sudan, Somalia
By Arab News ·

Special Lebanese ministries told to wait to grant approval for subsidized imports

Lebanese ministries told to wait to grant approval for subsidized imports

  • Finance Ministry to reduce number of subsidized goods from 80 to 30, source tells Arab News
  • Stores report declining sales as food prices surge
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Twitter rolls out Tip Jar – allowing users to send money to favorite accounts

Twitter rolls out Tip Jar – allowing users to send money to favorite accounts

  • Users will be able to connect their Twitter accounts via Tip Jar to various online payment vendors, including Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal or Venmo
  • The company hopes this will encourage people to show their support for creators they follow by tipping them
By Arab News ·

Twitter rolls out Tip Jar – allowing users to send money to favorite accounts

Twitter rolls out Tip Jar – allowing users to send money to favorite accounts

  • Users will be able to connect their Twitter accounts via Tip Jar to various online payment vendors, including Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal or Venmo
  • The company hopes this will encourage people to show their support for creators they follow by tipping them
By Arab News ·

Valencia fans protest against Singaporean owner Peter Lim

Valencia fans protest against Singaporean owner Peter Lim

  • Supporters of Valencia club called for the wealthy businessman to sell his shares and leave the club he has owned since 2014
  • Fans have been upset with recent comments by owner Peter Lim that belittled the supporters and downplayed their importance
By AP ·