Iran’s intervention in the internal affairs of other countries is a threat to the region, the chief of the GCC said on Saturday. (File/AFP)

Iran’s meddling in affairs of other countries threatens regional security: GCC chief

  • The GCC chief said that economic integration is on the list of priorities for the council
  • Al-Hajraf: Current situation in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen represents direct threat to the security of region
By Arab News ·

Iraqi PM announces arrest of terrorist network behind Sadr City bombing

Iraqi PM announces arrest of terrorist network behind Sadr City bombing

  • At least 35 people were killed and more than 60 wounded in the bombing
  • The announcement comes ahead of Al-Kadhimi’s meeting with Biden which will take place on Monday
By Arab News ·

Update Arab coalition destroys 3 Houthi drones launched toward southern Saudi Arabia

Arab coalition destroys 3 Houthi drones launched toward southern Saudi Arabia

By Arab News ·

Times have changed in Saudi society and gender is no longer the barrier it once was to pursuing a career in previously male-dominated fields such as the automobile industry. (Supplied) photos

Car enthusiast puts her fellow Saudi women in the driving seat

  • Nada Hambzaza aims to pass on what she has learned about cars to the Kingdom’s newly empowered female drivers
By SALEH FAREED ·

Lebanese man dies in accident waiting in gas station queue

Lebanese man dies in accident waiting in gas station queue

  • Fuel shortages have resulted in queues kilometers long outside petrol stations leading to unprecedented congestions, horrific accidents
  • Local media reported the 27-year-old man had been looking forward to catching up with his friends after filling his car with fuel
By Bassam Zaazaa ·

Greek police clash with protesters in rally against mandatory vaccinations

Greek police clash with protesters in rally against mandatory vaccinations

  • Over 4,000 people rallied outside Greek parliament to oppose mandatory inoculations for healthcare workers and nursing staff
  • A rally on Wednesday was marred by violence
By Reuters ·

Special Erdogan’s appearance at a military parade on July 20 in the northern part of the capital, Nicosia, might have passed off without incident had he not reiterated his contentious position on the Cyprus dispute. (AFP)

What Turkey and EU’s conflicting visions mean for Cyprus’ future

By Menekse Tokyay and Arnab Neil Sengupta ·

G20 split on climate goals as China, India push back on coal phaseout

G20 split on climate goals as China, India push back on coal phaseout

  • Coal phaseout 2025 deadline too soon for some nations
  • Some wanted more aggressive global warming target than Paris 2015
By Arab News ·

The Home Office stressed that work on the legislation is still “ongoing and has not reached a conclusion.” (Reuters/File Photo)

Journalists will not be seen as spies: UK government defends Official Secrets Act reform

  • Some media outlets claimed that the legislation, if passed, will effectively treat journalists like spies
  • UK government claimed that freedom of the press is an integral part of the country’s democratic processes
By Leen Fouad ·

The Home Office stressed that work on the legislation is still “ongoing and has not reached a conclusion.” (Reuters/File Photo)

Journalists will not be seen as spies: UK government defends Official Secrets Act reform

  • Some media outlets claimed that the legislation, if passed, will effectively treat journalists like spies
  • UK government claimed that freedom of the press is an integral part of the country’s democratic processes
By Leen Fouad ·