Airlines resume services after global IT crash wreaks havoc

Airlines resume services after global IT crash wreaks havoc

  • King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh posted a video of smooth airport operations shortly after the IT outage was fixed
  • Dubai Airports said operations were back to normal after the outage affected the check-in process for some airlines
By Arab News ·

13 Palestinians killed in central Gaza strikes as ceasefire talks between Israel and Hamas grind on

13 Palestinians killed in central Gaza strikes as ceasefire talks between Israel and Hamas grind on

  • Palestinian ambulance teams said the three strikes that hit Nuseirat Refugee Camp and Bureij Refugee Camp
By AP ·

Trump to hold first campaign rally after assassination attempt

Trump to hold first campaign rally after assassination attempt

  • Trump and Vance will take the stage in Grand Rapids with the Republican Party unified behind them after this week’s nominating convention
By Reuters ·

Saudi Arabia unveils Golden Pen fiction award with $690,00 prize pool 

Saudi Arabia unveils Golden Pen fiction award with $690,00 prize pool 

  • Competition open to original works in Arabic, and all nationalities and ages will be eligible
By Arab News ·

Emirati market opens in Qingdao to celebrate 40 years of UAE-China relations

Emirati market opens in Qingdao to celebrate 40 years of UAE-China relations

  • Market includes pavilions selling dates, traditional handicrafts, and popular Emirati cuisine
By Arab News ·

More than 1,200 UK cyclists ride to raise awareness, funds for Gaza

More than 1,200 UK cyclists ride to raise awareness, funds for Gaza

  • Rides will run across London, Belfast, Liverpool, Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, and South Wales
By Arab News ·

IMF welcomes Saudi recalibrations on Vision 2030 projects

IMF welcomes Saudi recalibrations on Vision 2030 projects

  • IMF’s revision of KSA economic output is largely due to oil production cuts
By Arab News ·

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

  • Gershkovich and his employer say he did nothing wrong, Kremlin says he was caught ‘red-handed’
  • The decision is likely to heighten the already tense relations between Russia and the West
By Reuters ·

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

Russian court jails US reporter Gershkovich for 16 years in spying case his employer calls a sham

  • Gershkovich and his employer say he did nothing wrong, Kremlin says he was caught ‘red-handed’
  • The decision is likely to heighten the already tense relations between Russia and the West
By Reuters ·