video Saudi crown prince holds talks with South Korean president during visit to Kingdom

Saudi crown prince holds talks with South Korean president during visit to Kingdom

  • Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and President Moon Jae-in reviewed relations between their countries
video By Arab News ·

Update Saudi, Korean firms sign multiple business deals as countries partner on developing hydrogen economy

Saudi, Korean firms sign multiple business deals as countries partner on developing hydrogen economy

  • Under agreements signed during the visit, Seoul will be able to secure carbon-neutral hydrogen and ammonia supplies from the Kingdom
  • PIF, Aramco led Saudi firms signing deals with Korean companies
  • Moon is scheduled to meet Gulf Cooperation Council Secretary-General to discuss a free trade agreement with GCC.
By BRIAN KIM ·

Lana Nusseibeh, the UAE's ambassador to the UN, urged the Security Council to convene in response to the deadly terrorist attack on Abu Dhabi on Monday. (UN)

UAE calls for UN Security Council session over Houthi attack on Abu Dhabi

  • Emirati envoy Lana Nusseibeh urged the council to speak with one voice and ‘unequivocally’ condemn the outrage
  • Three people were killed and six injured in drone strike on oil facility, and a fire was sparked at Abu Dhabi’s international airport
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Saudi Arabia’s Council of Ministers held its weekly meeting that was chaired remotely by King Salman from the capital, Riyadh. (SPA)

Saudi Arabia’s Cabinet condemns Houthi attack on UAE

  • The Kingdom emphasized its full support for the UAE against all threats to its security and stability
  • The ministers discussed several regional and international developments and approved a number of agreements
By Arab News ·

Faisal Al-Kheriji prefers cubism and surrealism ‘because cubism paints different shapes, while surrealism is about painting strange characters.’ (Supplied) photos

‘Saudi Picasso’ thinks outside the box

By SALEH FAREED ·

Preserving the country’s heritage is best achieved by ‘paying attention to reviving traditional and industrial crafts.’ (SPA) photos

New program to boost Saudi crafting skills

By Nada Hameed ·

Sudanese barricade streets, staging rallies in protest against coup

Sudanese barricade streets, staging rallies in protest against coup

  • EU foreign affairs chief says repeated calls for authorities to refrain from violence against protesters ‘have fallen on deaf ears’
By AFP - AP ·

Turkey’s Erdogan, Serbia’s Vucic agree to broker Bosnia crisis talks

Turkey’s Erdogan, Serbia’s Vucic agree to broker Bosnia crisis talks

  • Erdogan said Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks alike should refrain from steps that endanger Bosnia’s territorial integrity
  • Erdogan said, earlier, that Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik had voiced support for his mediation offer
By Reuters ·

Crude oil’s latest bull run puts spotlight on geopolitical events

Crude oil’s latest bull run puts spotlight on geopolitical events

  • Having spent the last year fretting over supply, markets and investors appear suddenly more spooked by the ‘what ifs’ of global politics and its impact on still tight supplies
By Michael Glackin ·

The magical landscape of the ancient city and surrounding area in northwestern Saudi Arabia is increasingly attracting the attention of local and international filmmakers, thanks to its rich history and scenic splendor. (Supplied)

Filming of Hollywood movie ‘Kandahar’ in AlUla is a sign of things to come

  • ‘If I get to show the world AlUla for the first time on this scale, I’m all in. It’s a dream come true; I love it,’ said ‘Kandahar’ director Ric Roman Waugh
  • ‘Saudi Arabia is coming together as a film community to show the wider world’ the country can host major productions, according to the head of Film AlUla
By Rahaf Jambi ·

The magical landscape of the ancient city and surrounding area in northwestern Saudi Arabia is increasingly attracting the attention of local and international filmmakers, thanks to its rich history and scenic splendor. (Supplied)

Filming of Hollywood movie ‘Kandahar’ in AlUla is a sign of things to come

  • ‘If I get to show the world AlUla for the first time on this scale, I’m all in. It’s a dream come true; I love it,’ said ‘Kandahar’ director Ric Roman Waugh
  • ‘Saudi Arabia is coming together as a film community to show the wider world’ the country can host major productions, according to the head of Film AlUla
By Rahaf Jambi ·

A new “Green Service Flight” logo will mark all sustainable flights and EgyptAir is offering a 40 percent discount on the Cairo to Paris flight. (Reuters/File Photo)

EgyptAir ‘Green Service Flights’ to cut single-use plastics 

  • Saturday’s flight, from Cairo, Egypt to Paris, France, will be the first of its kind for an African airline
By Mohammed Abu Zaid ·
Minnows Comoros send Ghana crashing out of Africa Cup of Nations

Minnows Comoros send Ghana crashing out of Africa Cup of Nations

  • Ahmed Mogni, who plays for French third-tier club Annecy, scored the winner when he pushed a low cross from Ben Djaloud past Ghana keeper Joseph Wollacott
  • Comoros finish third in the group and must wait until Thursday to know if they are among the best four third-placed teams to get last 16 spots
By AFP ·