Terrorism scourge of this era, says King Salman

:: Terrorism is the “scourge of this era,” King Salman said on Saturday, adding that Saudi Arabia was making More »

Yemen launches investigation into human rights abuses in liberated areas

:: Yemeni Prime Minister Ahmed bin Dajar issued a decision to form a joint committee to investigate allegations regarding More »

Nasrallah says ‘hundreds of thousands’ ready to go to war against Israel

:: Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, warned Israel on Friday that thousands of fighters from different countries More »

Saudi Crown Prince to Al-Azhar Sheikh: Muslims count on their institutes

:: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Al-Azhar’s Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb that Muslims count on Islamic institutes in More »

Saudi Arabia announces Eid will begin on Sunday

:: Sunday, June 25, is the first day of Eid Al-Fitr in Saudi Arabia after reported sightings of the More »

 

Daily Archives: February 10, 2017

Fire at French nuclear plant takes reactor off grid, ‘no associated risk’

A fire caused an explosion at EDF’s Flamanville nuclear power plant in northern France on Thursday, leading the utility to take a reactor offline, but there was

US appeals court upholds suspension of Trump travel ban

A US federal appeals court on Thursday unanimously upheld a temporary suspension of President Donald Trump’s order that restricted travel from seven Muslim-majority countries. The 9th US

Saudi King Salman receives phone call from US secretary of state

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz has received a phone call from the United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. King Salman began the conversation by congratulating

US may sanction Iran over Yemen, Hezbollah and Iraq

The new United States administration, under President Donald Trump, is believed to be exerting pressure for imposition of new sanctions against Iran in response to their activities

Egypt FM: Relations with Saudi Arabia ‘deeply rooted’

Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry stressed that relations with Saudi Arabia are strong and “deeply rooted”, denying claims of tensed ties between Cairo and Riyadh. Shoukry said

Netanyahu orders reprimand of Belgian envoy over meeting with rights groups

Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday ordered the reprimanding of the Belgian Ambassador over a meeting between Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel with representatives of two Israeli

United Nations preparing invitations to Syria peace talks

UN envoy Staffan de Mistura will send invitations to Syria peace talks in the coming days, the UN spokesman said Wednesday – seemingly allowing the opposition to

US tech giants lead legal brief against Trump travel ban

More than 100 companies, including most of high-tech’s biggest names, joined a legal brief opposing President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban, arguing that it would give companies

Saudi Anti-Corruption Commission asked to create database on cases

A Shoura Council member called on the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) to create a database on cases of corruption in the Kingdom. Shoura Council members on Wednesday

Fierce fighting 20km from ISIS bastion in Syria

Fierce fighting took place on Wednesday between militants and US-backed Syrian rebels just 20 kilometers from the ISIS’s self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa, an AFP reporter saw. On

Sessions confirmed as US attorney general

Jeff Sessions

The US Senate confirmed Jeff Sessions as attorney general Wednesday, despite vitriolic debate over his civil rights record and whether he can serve as the nation’s top

Yemen keeps counter-terrorism operations with US despite raid

Yemen said on Wednesday it had not suspended counter-terrorism operations with the US government, despite controversy over a US commando raid on al-Qaeda militants in which several

Iraqi Hezbollah leader killed

The secretary of Iraqi Shiite militia Kataib Hezbollah (Hezbollah Brigades) has been killed according to Iraqi security source. Bassem al-Mousawi died of wounds at a hospital in

British MPs approve bill to start Brexit

British MPs overwhelmingly backed a bill on Wednesday empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to start negotiations on leaving the European Union, bringing Brexit a significant step closer.

Egyptian Louvre attack suspect ‘acted alone’

A 29-year-old Egyptian arrested after a machete attack at the Louvre in Paris last week has said he acted on his own and was not under orders

Made-in-China large passenger plane targets 2017 debut

China’s first homegrown big passenger plane will make its maiden voyage in the first half of this year, state media said Monday, as the country seeks to

Iran commutes death sentences of six juvenile offenders

Iran has commuted death sentences against six juvenile offenders following UN criticism it was executing people who had committed crimes as children at “an unprecedented rate,” a

Canada witnesses population jump due to immigrants

Thanks to a large influx of immigrants, Canada had the largest population growth of all Group of Seven countries over the past five years, government statistics showed

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