Lebanon at risk of complete blackout by September-end: State power firm

Lebanon at risk of complete blackout by September-end: State power firm

  • PM Mikati heads to Paris to meet President Macron after government formation
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Iraqi leader Barham Salih tells UNGA: ‘Corruption and terrorism work in tandem’

Iraqi leader Barham Salih tells UNGA: ‘Corruption and terrorism work in tandem’

  • Mideast peace efforts rely on an Iraq that ‘is safe, stable and fully sovereign’
  • Plea for international funding to rebuild regions ‘freed from yoke of terror’
By Arab News ·

International community condemns latest Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia

International community condemns latest Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia

  • Dr. Yousef Al-Othaimeen praised the efficiency of Coalition air defenses in intercepting Houthi missiles and drones
By Arab News ·

Libyan leader to hold international conference on country’s security, stability

Libyan leader to hold international conference on country’s security, stability

  • Mohammed Al-Menfi revealed that security, military, and economic issues would top the agenda of the meeting that would also shore up support for the upcoming national elections
By ALI YOUNES ·

Rome to host 1st International Youth Forum Against Islamophobia

Rome to host 1st International Youth Forum Against Islamophobia

  • Event, co-funded by European Commission, seeks ‘more inclusive’ society, organizers tell briefing attended by Arab News
  • 65% of Italian Muslims say they have suffered violence, prejudice or discrimination: Study
By Francesco Bongarra  ·

SDAIA aims to put Saudi in global top 10 for data and AI

SDAIA aims to put Saudi in global top 10 for data and AI

  • Digitization is not a luxury, minister says
  • Kingdom is training 25,000 Saudis youth in digital skills
By Fahad Abuljadayel ·

Economist magazine calls for Georgieva to quit IMF over World Bank data scandal

Economist magazine calls for Georgieva to quit IMF over World Bank data scandal

  • "The head of the IMF must hold the ring while two of its biggest shareholders, America and China, confront each other in a new era of geopolitical rivalry," the Economist said
  • Critics of multilateralism are already citing the findings as evidence that international bodies cannot stand up to China
By Reuters ·

Economist magazine calls for Georgieva to quit IMF over World Bank data scandal

Economist magazine calls for Georgieva to quit IMF over World Bank data scandal

  • "The head of the IMF must hold the ring while two of its biggest shareholders, America and China, confront each other in a new era of geopolitical rivalry," the Economist said
  • Critics of multilateralism are already citing the findings as evidence that international bodies cannot stand up to China
By Reuters ·