Cabinet welcomes Saudi-Bahrain Coordinating Council

Cabinet welcomes Saudi-Bahrain Coordinating Council

:: The Saudi Cabinet on Tuesday thanked foreign leaders, officials, envoys and citizens for their condolences on the death of Prince Bandar bin Abdul Aziz, brother of King Salman. Chaired by the More »

Khalid bin Salman: Capture of ISIS leader shows commitment to eradicate terror

Khalid bin Salman: Capture of ISIS leader shows commitment to eradicate terror

:: The capture of ISIS’ leader, Abu Osama al-Muhajir, in Yemen is just the latest example of our commitment to eradicating the scourge of terrorism, Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid More »

Iran foreign minister accuses US’ Bolton of plotting for war

Iran foreign minister accuses US’ Bolton of plotting for war

:: Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused US National Security Adviser John Bolton of plotting for war against Iran in a tweet on Tuesday. “Wanna know why those with proven record More »

Saudi Crown Prince departs for Asia trip including South Korea, Japan

Saudi Crown Prince departs for Asia trip including South Korea, Japan

:: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has departed on a trip to South Korea and Japan, where he will lead the Kingdom’s delegation to the G20 summit in Osaka, the More »

King Salman promotes, appoints 38 judges at various levels

King Salman promotes, appoints 38 judges at various levels

:: King Salman issued a royal order on Monday promoting 38 judges at the Ministry of Justice at various ranks. The Kingdom is taking measures to revolutionize its judicial system. Recently, the More »


Daily Archives: November 1, 2015

Indian intellectuals alarmed by rising intolerance attacks

First writers then artists, followed by filmmakers, historians and scientists. The chorus of Indian intellectuals protesting religious bigotry and communal violence grows louder by the week with a single message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi: protect India’s tradition of secularism

Muqeem card glitch at banks will be prevented

The passport department will coordinate with banks to address the issue of updating the accounts of new Muqeem card holders, a top official has told our sister publication Urdu News. Customers had complained to Arab News that some banks refused

Haramain Rail: Property owners seek bigger comp

Real estate owners have filed three lawsuits against the Transport Ministry’s land acquisition committee saying properties acquired for the Haramain Railway project are undervalued. They are demanding the properties be re-evaluated. In another case, the court rejected a lawsuit brought

Russia-US rivalry spreads to ex-Soviet central Asia

After Ukraine and Syria, the ex-Soviet republics of central Asia could become the latest venue for geo-political rivalry between Moscow and Washington, driven by Kremlin worries about Islamists and U.S. suspicion about Russia’s true intentions. US Secretary of State John

Palestinians to bury their dead in flashpoint Hebron

Israeli forces shot dead a suspected Palestinian knife attacker Saturday as funerals were to be held in the restive West Bank city of Hebron for others killed in the latest wave of violence. The surge of unrest since early October

Children are at school to learn, not get beaten

Yara al-Wazir

By : Yara al-Wazir It emerged this week that Egyptian child Bibawi Farajallah was beaten by his teacher after asking another pupil to move his head so he could see the blackboard that the teacher was writing on. The teacher

Stop the Syria massacres first, then talk later

Brooklyn Middleton

By : Brooklyn Middleton The latest round of international talks on how to end the Syrian conflict took place on the same day as the latest massacre in the country. Regime airstrikes and shelling killed at least 70 people and

The Lesson Prof. Aziz Sancar gave people by winning the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Harun Yahya

By : Harun Yahya Recently, news related to Southeastern Turkey appeared in the global news media. But this time the topic of the news was not the bombs, or murders in the region. It was about a person who was

The Americas moving Left

Eyad Abu Shakra

By : Eyad Abu Shakra Argentinian voters went the other day to polls to elect a new president who will take over from President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Opinion polls have been showing Daniel Scioli the Peronist Left candidate comfortably

The Arabian Peninsula without Arabs

Abdulrahman al-Rashed

By : Abdulrahman al-Rashed Recent scientific studies suggest that in 60 years the temperature and humidity in our region will reach 70 degrees Celsius; it will be impossible to live in the Arabian Peninsula. Indeed, the presence of oil resources

Mystery over cause of Egypt plane crash

A Russian passenger airliner crashed Saturday in a remote mountainous part of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula 23 minutes after taking off from a popular Red Sea resort, killing all 224 people on board, including 25 children. The cause of the crash

Syrian rebels launch fresh offensive against ISIS

A newly formed U.S.-backed Syrian rebel alliance on Saturday launched an offensive against ISIS in the northeast province of Hasaka, a day after the United States said it would send special forces to advise insurgents fighting the militants. It was

Israel denies link to ‘tear gas death’ of Palestinian baby

Israel’s military rejected Saturday any link between its use of tear gas during West Bank clashes and the death of an eight-month-old boy, after the Palestinian health ministry said he was asphyxiated. On Friday, the Palestinian ministry said Ramadan Thawabteh

Car bomb explodes outside hotel in Somali capital

A suspected car bomb exploded at the entrance to a hotel in the centre of the Somali capital early on Sunday morning, damaging parts of the hotel and killing at least two people, a police officer and a witness said.

U.S. Navy discovers wreckage believed to be cargo ship El Faro

Wreckage believed to be of the cargo ship El Faro, which was lost off the Bahamas along with its 33 crew during Hurricane Joaquin, was discovered on Saturday, U.S. officials said. El Faro disappeared on Oct. 1 en route from

Pollution threatens Gulf coral reefs

The World Health Organization classified Saudi Arabia as the fifth in terms of pollution, and official statistics indicate that 80 percent of coral reefs in the Arabian Gulf are affected by pollution. Coral reefs are expected to become extinct within

Russia doubts ISIS claim that it shot down airliner

Moscow cast doubt Saturday on claims by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group’s Egyptian affiliate to have downed a Russian passenger jet that crashed in the Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people onboard. “This information cannot be

Turkish jets hit ISIS targets in Syria

Turkish jets on Saturday launched bombing raids against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Syria, the day before Turks are due to vote in a parliamentary election, a senior government official said. American jets were standing by

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