Update King Salman appoints Crown Prince as Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia

King Salman appoints Crown Prince as Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia

  • Prince Khalid bin Salman appointed defense minister
  • SABIC CEO Yousef bin Abdullah Al-Bunyan becomes minister of education
By Arab News ·

Saudi FM pays condolences to slain Abe Shinzo in meeting with Japan FM

Saudi FM pays condolences to slain Abe Shinzo in meeting with Japan FM

  • Japanese FM Hayashi Yoshimasa expressed his appreciation for Saudi’s presence at the ceremony
By Arab News Japan ·

Iranians outraged after TikToker shot dead in protests

Iranians outraged after TikToker shot dead in protests

  • Najafi was shot six times in the city of Karaj, receiving bullets in the face and neck
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia’s culinary heritage showcased at Terra Madre conference in Italy photos

Saudi Arabia’s culinary heritage showcased at Terra Madre conference in Italy

  • Culinary Arts Commission registers 13 famous Saudi foods on the Ark of Taste list of endangered foods
By Rashid Hassan ·

Special Jewish settlers storm Al-Aqsa compound for second day

Jewish settlers storm Al-Aqsa compound for second day

  • A Palestinian security official told Arab News that Israeli police had deployed in large numbers throughout East Jerusalem and imposed restrictions on worshippers as part of a well-rehearsed tactic to prevent protests
By Mohammed Najib ·

Google launches new tools to help travel industry in Middle East

Google launches new tools to help travel industry in Middle East

  • The free tools, available in Arabic and English, provide insights that can help destinations and hotels quickly identify travel trends and plan accordingly
By Arab News ·

Google launches new tools to help travel industry in Middle East

Google launches new tools to help travel industry in Middle East

  • The free tools, available in Arabic and English, provide insights that can help destinations and hotels quickly identify travel trends and plan accordingly
By Arab News ·

Qatar tests out massive bus fleet ahead of World Cup

Qatar tests out massive bus fleet ahead of World Cup

  • Thani Al Zarraa, who is overseeing transport preparations, said some 4,000 buses will be used during the monthlong tournament
  • The bus fleet will shuttle passengers between main transport hubs and the eight stadiums
By AP ·