Update U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits the American University in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2023. (AP)

Blinken makes Middle East trip amid rising Israel-Palestine violence

  • Blinken will repeat US calls for calm and emphasize Washington’s support for a two-state solution
  • On Sunday, Blinken met with Egyptian youth leaders at the American University in Cairo
By Reuters ·

Nicole Marie Rodgers, who is originally from Columbus, Georgia, allegedly stabbed Algheraibi in the neck. (Philadelphia Police)

Suspect in murder of Saudi student set for Feb. 13 court hearing in Philadelphia

  • Alwaleed Algheraibi, 25, stabbed in the neck
  • Bail denied for accused Nicole Marie Rodgers, 19
By RAY HANANIA ·

Israeli guards kill ‘armed’ Palestinian near West Bank settlement

Israeli guards kill ‘armed’ Palestinian near West Bank settlement

By AFP ·

Egyptian soprano, Bocelli-Jameel recipient Laura Mekhail charms Jeddah photos

Egyptian soprano, Bocelli-Jameel recipient Laura Mekhail charms Jeddah

  • In an exclusive interview after the performance, Mekhail told Arab News that receiving the Bocelli-Jameel scholarship at the Royal College of Music was the most amazing experience she ever had
By Nada Hameed ·

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses lawmakers of his AK Party during a meeting in parliament in Ankara, Turkey. (Reuters)

Turkiye’s Erdogan signals Finland’s NATO bid may be considered over Sweden

  • Turkiye suspended NATO talks with Sweden and Finland last week after a protest in Stockholm in which a far-right politician burned a copy of the Qur’an
By Reuters ·

Omar Al-Anazi. (Police photo)

Cleveland police investigating report of missing Saudi citizen

  • The police have categorized the disappearance as “endangered” because of his circumstances as a visitor to the city with limited English language skills
By RAY HANANIA ·

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 ·