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: March 12, 2017

Iran, the Kurds and Daesh in the US-Russia deal

Raghida Dergham

By : Raghida Dergham The remarks by Nikki Haley, the US envoy to the UN, regarding Washington’s priorities in Syria, constitute both a convergence and a divergence

Humanitarian diplomacy strongest weapon against global challenges

Sinem Cengiz

By : Sinem Cengiz Today, the world faces a list of global challenges, including poverty, war, migration, terrorism, oppression and disrespect for human rights. Every country is

‘America First?’ Not so fast

Giorgio Barba Navaretti

By : Giorgio Barba Navaretti Trump’s goal to bring manufacturing jobs back to the US seems to ignore the economic realities and business practices that dominate the

Of students, teachers and a careless attitude

Mashari Althaydi

By : Mashari Althaydi I recently read a funny yet provocative piece of news in the Egyptian daily Almasry Alyoum that addresses a real problem in the

Who governs and manages a world of chaos?

Ghassan Imam

By : Ghassan Imam Amid the chaos governing the world, a generation that lived through the Cold War is still alive thanks to better awareness in the

Does Netanyahu believe in a regional approach to peace?

Yossi Mekelberg

By : Yossi Mekelberg One of the big mysteries of Israeli politics remains Prime Minister Netanyahu’s long-term strategic thinking regarding future relations with the Palestinians — assuming

Syrian family’s asylum is first setback for Trump’s revised travel ban

A federal judge in Wisconsin dealt the first legal blow to President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban on Friday, barring enforcement of the policy to deny U.S.

‘Trust us,’ top US Marine tells women in shocking nude photo inquiry

Fewer than 10 women victims have come forward so far in the investigation into nude photos of female service members that were posted online without their permission,

Attorney general seeks resignations of 46 US attorneys

Jeff Sessions

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is seeking the resignations of 46 United States attorneys who were holdovers from the Obama administration, the Justice Department said Friday. Many of

Iraq paramilitaries find mass grave of hundreds executed by ISIS

Iraqi paramilitary forces announced Saturday that they had discovered a mass grave at Badush prison near Mosul containing the remains of hundreds of people executed by ISIS.

King Salman starts Japan league of Asian tour today

The high-profile visit of King Salman to Japan beginning Sunday will reinforce ties with Tokyo while providing opportunities to explore investment opportunities and secure energy security for

Germany shuts down shopping mall over attack threat

German police ordered a shopping center in the central city of Essen shut on Saturday, citing the threat of an attack, less than a year after a

Saudi Arabia and Japan: An enduring relationship

Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Despite the absence of cultural, historical or religious bonds, Saudi Arabia and Japan have become close strategic partners as well as strong allies with progressively growing commercial

Twin bombings kill 30 in Damascus old city

Twin explosions Saturday near religious shrines frequented by Shiite pilgrims in the Syrian capital Damascus killed at least 40 Iraqis, Syria’s interior minister and media reported. Syria

Narendra Modi’s party claims victory in four Indian states

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party won a landslide victory in India’s most important battleground state on Saturday, in a personal triumph that will strengthen his claim to

Netherlands cancels landing permission for Turkish minister

The Dutch government on Saturday withdrew landing permission for the Turkish foreign minister’s aircraft, escalating a diplomatic dispute between the two NATO allies over campaigning for a

Gang arrested for thefts in Riyadh

Riyadh police have arrested five people involved in stealing valuables from parked cars. The media spokesman for the police said the initial clues for the arrest were

Naval mine kills Yemeni coastguards in Bab al-Mandeb

Two Yemeni coastguards were killed and 8 others were wounded when their vessel hit a naval mine on Friday near the international shipping passage of Bab al-Mandeb,

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