Hundreds of migrants feared dead in shipwreck off Yemen

Hundreds of migrants feared dead in shipwreck off Yemen

  • UN teams ‘on the ground and ready to respond to the needs of survivors’
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

Special Palestinians warn new Israel government ‘will not differ from predecessors’

Palestinians warn new Israel government ‘will not differ from predecessors’

  • The occupation is governed by a security and military system that does not stop practicing terrorism and aggression
By HAZEM BALOUSHA ·

Rights groups urge UN probe mission for Beirut port blast

Rights groups urge UN probe mission for Beirut port blast

  • Human Rights Watch said the call was made in a joint letter by over a hundred Lebanese, regional, and international groups, individuals and survivors and families of the victims
By AP ·

Jeddah-based studio making online gaming educational for children photos

Jeddah-based studio making online gaming educational for children

  • Hakawati offers alternatives inspired by Arab culture, history, and language
By Ruba Obaid ·

New Israel government faces early test with far-right march

New Israel government faces early test with far-right march

  • Jewish ultranationalists prepared to march into annexed east Jerusalem
  • Palestinian prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh condemned it as a provocation
By AP ·

Alarm rises in India over COVID-19 risks as crowds return to malls and rail stations

Alarm rises in India over COVID-19 risks as crowds return to malls and rail stations

  • After a strict five-week lockdown, authorities in Delhi have fully re-opened shops and malls, and allowed restaurants to have 50% seating
  • Suburban rail networks can run at 50 percent capacity, and offices have been partially reopened
By Reuters ·

Abu Dhabi’s Eagle Hills ready to open biggest water park in Jordan

Abu Dhabi’s Eagle Hills ready to open biggest water park in Jordan

  • It will open on July 3
  • The park was developed by Abu Dhabi-headquartered Eagle Hills, one of the largest developers in Jordan
By Arab News ·

EU court backs national data watchdog powers in blow to Facebook, big tech

EU court backs national data watchdog powers in blow to Facebook, big tech

  • EU court supports national data watchdogs to pursue big tech firms.
  • The ruling could encourage national agencies to act against US tech companies such as Google, Twitter and Apple.
By Reuters ·

EU court backs national data watchdog powers in blow to Facebook, big tech

EU court backs national data watchdog powers in blow to Facebook, big tech

  • EU court supports national data watchdogs to pursue big tech firms.
  • The ruling could encourage national agencies to act against US tech companies such as Google, Twitter and Apple.
By Reuters ·