Angry Lebanese set up mock gallows amid calls for ‘revenge’ over blast

  • MPs resign in protest as political fallout intensifies
  • As the dust settles from the disaster, the political fallout is intensifying
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Lebanon prime minister Diab to call for early polls after deadly Beirut blast

  • He spoke as security forces scuffled with anti-government demonstrators
By AFP ·

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A travel-experience company has Saudi Arabia’s nature and culture in its sights

  • The Traveling Panther aims to bring the Kingdom’s natural wonders and cultural heritage alive through local narratives
  • The initial focus of the five female Saudi founders is on the Kingdom’s Eastern Province, Asir and the coast of Tabuk
By Caline Malek ·

Third Saudi aid plane arrives in Beirut

  • KSRelief teams are also active in treating blast victims
By SPA ·

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Saudi artist reimagines Jeddah through ’80s pop art

By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR ·

Saudi women embrace COVID-19 measures at driving schools

By ASEEL BASHRAHEEL ·

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Yemen’s attorney general orders probe into Aden ammonium nitrate reports

  • On Friday, Yemeni lawmakers joined voices that demanded an immediate investigation into allegations of stranded containers of ammonium nitrate
By Saeed Al-Batati ·

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Philippines to charter flight to bring home citizens from Lebanon

  • Remains of four who died in Tuesday’s massive blast in Beirut also to be repatriated
By Ellie Aben ·

Ankara shuns IMF help even as Turkish lira crashes to record low

  • The IMF won’t be sufficient to meet Turkey’s foreign financing needs, even if the government were to request assistance: Ali Babacan, Former finance minister
By Arab News ·

Guardiola’s faith in Jesus bodes well for major clash

  • Brazilian player says he uses his compatriot Ronaldo as a benchmark
By AFP ·

Lebanese news agency boycotts politicians’ press conferences, including Hezbollah’s Nasrallah

  • The Lebanese news agency LBCI has said it will no longer provide coverage of any politician’s press conference, including Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah
  • “Let your accomplishments speak for you and don’t distract people with storytelling,” an LBCI presenter said
By TAREK ALI AHMAD ·