Update Saudi Arabia, world leaders urge restraint on escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence

Saudi Arabia, world leaders urge restraint on escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence

  • Riyadh pushes for revival of peace process, end to occupation
  • Arab Americans prod Biden government to hold Israel accountable
By Arab News ·

In absence of deterrents, Iran terror plots on Western soil will continue: analysts

In absence of deterrents, Iran terror plots on Western soil will continue: analysts

  • US Justice Department on Friday announced arrests in Tehran-backed plot to kill Iranian-American activist
  • ‘If we continue to handle these cases as just law enforcement matters with a very minimal or nonexistent policy response, we can only expect the Iranian system to continue this vicious cycle,’ analyst tells Arab News
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Special Unified global effort to repair Earth’s ozone layer infuses new life into climate change fight graphic

Unified global effort to repair Earth’s ozone layer infuses new life into climate change fight

  • Scientists say the hole in the planet’s shield, first detected in the 1980s, will return to normal by around 2066 
  • Same cooperation seen under the 1987 Montreal Protocol needed to slow global warming, say experts
By Jonathan Gornall ·

At least 40 killed in southwest Pakistan bus crash

At least 40 killed in southwest Pakistan bus crash

  • Passenger buses are frequently crammed to capacity and seatbelts are not commonly worn
By AFP ·

Italy, Libya sign $8-billion gas deal as PM Meloni visits Tripoli

Italy, Libya sign $8-billion gas deal as PM Meloni visits Tripoli

  • Meloni is the highest European official to visit oil-rich Libya since the country failed to hold presidential and parliamentary elections in December 2021.
By AP ·

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

  • Under the new criteria, Twitter accounts will only be suspended for severe or ongoing and repeat violations of the platform’s policies
By Reuters ·

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

  • Under the new criteria, Twitter accounts will only be suspended for severe or ongoing and repeat violations of the platform’s policies
By Reuters ·