King Salman orders establishment of ‘King Salman Complex’ for Prophet’s Hadith

:: Saudi King Salman issued a Royal Decree on Tuesday establishing the “King Salman Complex”, the compound of King Salman for the Prophet’s Hadith. According to the royal order, the complex will More »

Iraqi president Masum calls for urgent Baghdad-Kurdish dialogue

:: Iraqi President Fuad Masum gave a televised speech on Tuesday on the latest developments on the ground in Kirkuk where he said that any Peshmerga supervision of the province “did not More »

Anies Baswedan sworn in as new Jakarta governor

:: Former Education Minister Anies Baswedan and businessman-turned-politician Sandiaga Uno were sworn in Monday as the new governor and deputy governor of Jakarta at a ceremony held by President Joko Widodo at More »

Saudi Crown Prince meets with the commander of the Pakistani Army

:: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Pakistani Army Commander Lieutenant General Javed Bajwa on Monday. The meeting reviewed the bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, especially in the More »

King Salman stresses kingdom’s support for united Iraq in phone call to Abadi

:: Saudi King Salman held a telephone call Monday evening with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq, Dr. Haider al-Abadi, in which he stressed the Kingdom’s support for the unity More »

 

Daily Archives: April 10, 2017

US strike more of a complicator than game-changer

Maria Dubovikova

By : Maria Dubovikova :: “Again, to our very foolish leader, do not attack Syria — if you do many very bad things will happen and from that fight the US gets nothing.” This tweet, written in all-caps, was from

The counter-propaganda against the US strike on Syria

Abdulrahman al-Rashed

By : Abdulrahman al-Rashed Reactions from Tehran, Moscow and Damascus to the US strike on Syria were exactly as expected. They all issued statements condemning the strike against the Shayrat military air base. The US strike came in response to

What if Marine Le Pen wins in May?

Daphne Benoit

By : Daphne Benoit :: Two weeks before the French cast their first presidential ballots, the specter of victory for the far-right leader who promises to crack down on immigration sends shivers down many a spine. Pollsters say the anti-EU

When Trump decided to strike

Turki AlDakhil

By : Turki Aldakhil On August 21, 2013, the Assad regime used chemical weapons against civilians in Syria. Back then, President Barack Obama said this attack crossed the “red line.” He was about to carry out an attack against the

Saudi-Iraqi relations: A regional safety net

Hassan Al Mustafa

By : Hassan Al Mustafa The meeting between Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi during the Arab summit last month in Jordan was not a protocol meeting for the sake of peace or a photo

Rowhani’s re-election depends on Trump

Huda al Husseini

By : Huda al Husseini The official registration of candidates for the Iranian presidential elections will begin on April 11. This is followed by an important step taken by the Guardian Council’s authority vetting the candidates on the 26th of

Second suspect arrested over Stockholm truck attack

A second suspect was arrested Sunday in connection with the Stockholm truck attack that killed four people and injured 15, a district court said. “I can confirm that a second person has been arrested,” Stockholm district court judge Helga Hullman

KSA hotel capacity increases in 2017

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) said the number of hotels increased by 6 percent in 2017 to reach 2,036 compared to 1,908 in 2016. Furnished apartments were recorded at 6,940 and hospital entities amounted to 506,716

Oslo police detonate ‘bomb-like device’; suspect in custody

Norwegian police set off a controlled explosion of a “bomb-like device” in central Oslo early on Sunday and were holding a suspect in custody in an investigation led by security police. A Reuters reporter described a loud bang shortly after

Twelve hospitalized after trains collide in Moscow

Twelve people were hospitalized after a commuter train collided with a long-distance train in western Moscow, Russian authorities said Sunday. Russia’s minister of emergency situations, Vladimir Puchkov, told Russian news agencies that “12 people were hospitalized, including six in serious

Pope Francis decries Egypt church bombing

Pope Francis has decried a deadly attack on a Coptic church in Egypt during Palm Sunday celebrations, just weeks before his planned visit to Cairo. The pontiff expressed his “deep condolences to my brother, Pope Tawadros II, the Coptic church

Jeddah hosts first Rider Champion and Fun Festival

Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) with the cooperation of the General Authority for Entertainment and Saudi Federation of Cars and Motorcycles launched the first Rider Champion and Fun Festival for families on Thursday. The three-day Rider Champion and

Palm Sunday church bombing kills 22 in Egypt

A bomb blast at a church north of Cairo killed at least 22 people and wounded dozens who had gathered for Palm Sunday mass, officials said, in the latest apparent attack on Egypt’s Coptic Christians. Some 71 people were wounded

Egypt’s Sisi declares three-month state of emergency

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi declared a three-month state of emergency in Egypt following twin church bombings that killed dozens of people in two cities on Sunday. Under the country’s constitution, Sisi will have to put the measure before parliament, which

Joint naval maneuvers between Oman and Iran begin

An Iranian Navy flotilla departed for Oman on Saturday to attend a joint “maritime rescue drill” in the South Sea and north of the Indian Ocean, the official Iranian news agency IRNA reported. The agency quoted the commander of Iran’s

Daesh launches suicide attacks on US-backed Syrian fighters

Daesh militants launched two suicide attacks on US-backed Syrian opposition fighters near the border with Iraq, leaving at least 12 dead in the fighting and many wounded, opposition sources said on Sunday. They said eight Daesh militants and four of

Muslim Egyptians donate blood to deadly church blast victims

Egyptian men and women rushed to mosques in Tanta to donate blood for people injured in Sunday’s deadly blast, which struck the Coptic Christian Church earlier in the day. Mohammed Ahmad Hassan, a Tanta resident, said loudspeakers were used to

France issues decree to close Fessenheim nuclear plant by April 2020

France’s oldest nuclear power reactor will stop electricity production by April 2020, once a new generation EPR reactor under construction in Flamanville is operational, according to a decree issued in the country’s official gazette on Sunday. The closure of Fessenheim,

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