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Israeli Forces Conduct Extensive Operations in Southern Gaza’s Rafah

Simultaneously, the Palestinian Authority's state-run news agency Wafa reported that Israeli artillery strikes extended across central and eastern Rafah, further exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in the densely populated area

Egypt Urged: Free Activists, Probe Abuses Amid Palestine Solidarity Protests

Amnesty International and Egyptian rights groups like EIPR and ECRF have documented numerous arrests in the past seven months, highlighting concerns over human rights violations in Egypt
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Mangaf Tragedy: Death Toll Surpasses 35 in Devastating Fire Accident

According to Major General Eid Al-Owaihan, Director General of the Forensic Department, the fire claimed the lives of over 35 individuals, while 15 others were rushed to hospitals for treatment

Saudi Arabia’s Decision Marks a Significant Shift Away from Petro-dollar Dominance

The historic agreement, forged amid optimistic visions of economic collaboration and military cooperation between Riyadh and Washington, established a framework where Saudi Arabia would exclusively trade oil in US dollars

Turkey and US Finalize $23 Billion F-16 Fighter Jet Deal

A Turkish Defense Ministry spokesperson announced, "The contract was signed, and delegations from both sides are now negotiating the finer details." This development marks a notable enhancement in Turkey's defense capabilities, providing it with some of the most advanced F-16 models available

Gulf States and Beyond Open Doors to Russian Tourists, Easing Visa Restrictions

This move comes amidst a shifting landscape where traditional Western destinations have become less accessible to Russian tourists following geopolitical tensions stemming from the 2022 Ukraine conflict

Red Sea Tensions Flare as Houthis Cripple Greek Cargo Ship in Missile Attack

The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) confirmed the ship sustained a breach, allowing water into the engine room, causing loss of control. Initial reports suggest a smaller vessel rammed the Tutor's rear before an "unknown projectile" struck it from the air

Hezbollah Commander Killed in Southern Lebanon Strike; Escalating Tensions Prompt Fears of War

The strike, which occurred late Tuesday in the town of Jouya, intensified the already high tensions between the two adversaries, leading to a barrage of rockets fired from Lebanon into Northern Israel

Moscow-Tehran Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement Suspended Amidst Iranian Challenges

The lack of specificity has fueled speculation regarding the underlying issues, which could range from economic challenges to political disagreements or logistical obstacles. As of now, there has been no official comment from Iranian authorities to provide further clarity on the situation

Hamas Accepts UN Ceasefire Resolution, Calls on US to Ensure Israeli Compliance

Hamas's acceptance of the resolution includes critical elements such as the cessation of hostilities, the withdrawal of Israeli troops from the Gaza Strip, and the exchange of hostages for prisoners held by Israel

Resilient Mosul: Life Blossoms Amid Ruins Seven Years After Liberation

Despite ongoing political discord, corruption allegations, and reconstruction delays, life is gradually returning on both sides of the river. More than two dozen residents interviewed during a recent four-night visit by Reuters expressed a sense of security not felt in the past two decades

Houthi Missile Attacks Disrupt Shipping in Gulf of Aden: Two Commercial Vessels Damaged

Despite the damage inflicted, the ship continued its voyage with no injuries reported among its crew. The Norderney is managed by Sunship Schiffahrtskontor, which has also not issued a statement

Discover the Coolest Iced Coffee Spots in Riyadh: A Refreshing Journey for Coffee Enthusiasts

Whether you're a dedicated coffee connoisseur or just in need of a cool pick-me-up, these six cafes promise an exceptional experience, blending ambiance, quality, and, of course, delightful iced beverages

UN Warns Israel of Possible International Law Breaches After Gaza School Airstrike

The UN Human Rights Office raised concerns about Israel's alleged failure to uphold fundamental principles of international humanitarian law, including distinction, proportionality, and caution during attacks in Gaza

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Israeli Forces Conduct Extensive Operations in Southern Gaza’s Rafah

Simultaneously, the Palestinian Authority's state-run news agency Wafa reported that Israeli artillery strikes extended across central and eastern Rafah, further exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in the densely populated area

Egypt Urged: Free Activists, Probe Abuses Amid Palestine Solidarity Protests

Amnesty International and Egyptian rights groups like EIPR and ECRF have documented numerous arrests in the past seven months, highlighting concerns over human rights violations in Egypt

Dubai Municipality Mobilizes Massive Clean-Up Effort Ahead of Eid Al Adha Holidays

Covering over 2,300 kilometers of roads, including highways, residential areas, markets, public beaches, waterways, and facilities, the municipality's efforts are geared towards enhancing the city's aesthetic appeal and ensuring hygienic conditions for residents and visitors alike

Mangaf Tragedy: Death Toll Surpasses 35 in Devastating Fire Accident

According to Major General Eid Al-Owaihan, Director General of the Forensic Department, the fire claimed the lives of over 35 individuals, while 15 others were rushed to hospitals for treatment