Syria and Saudi Arabia to Reestablish Diplomatic Ties

Syria and Saudi Arabia have agreed to reopen their embassies after cutting diplomatic ties more than a decade ago. Talks between the two governments have gathered momentum, and the decision follows a landmark agreement to re-establish ties between Saudi Arabia and Iran. The move marks a significant step in Syria's return to the Arab fold.

US Airstrikes in Syria After Deadly Drone Attack Kills American

The US military carried out airstrikes in Syria against Iran-aligned groups in response to a deadly drone attack on American personnel. The attack drone was determined to be of Iranian origin, which could further escalate tensions between the US and Iran.

Doha-Tel Aviv direct flights open to Palestinians FIFA 2022

Doha-Tel Aviv direct flights will be open to both Israeli and Palestinian fans for the World Cup, FIFA announced on Thursday. But the accord gave...

UAE seeking to boost trade and energy ties with France

MOUs and contracts are also expected to be signed in the transport and waste treatment sectors during the three-day visit.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits UAE

Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a one-day-visit to the United Arab Emirates to offer his condolences on the passing away of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, former UAE president and Abu Dhabi ruler.

PTV anchor fired after he visited Israel

Isareli media channel Haaretz reported that a 15-member delegation of Pakistani expatriates visited Israel. The delegation included American-Pakistanis, British-Pakistani and a Pakistani journalist.

Journalist Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing: Al Jazeera moves to the International Criminal Court

A legal team has been hired to file a case against the killing of its journalist and bombing of its Gaza office by the Israeli forces

US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib introduces resolution to recognise Nakhba

US Congresswoman calls for recognising the forced expulsion of at least 750,000 Palestinians during Israel's establishment in 1948.

Pakistan to send youth to KSA for jobs

On Sunday, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia signed two agreements on worker recruitment and skills verification of the Pakistani workforce employed in KSA. The agreements were...

France finances ISIS but votes against Pakistan in FATF

The relations between Lafarge and intelligence agencies started on Jan. 22, 2014, when the company’s security director Jean-Claude Veillard sent an e-mail to the Interior Ministry’s intelligence directorate. The French administration under Macron has some serious embarrassment to face. France’s stance on Pakistan’s grey list, because of the aforementioned information, is thus hypocritical.

The West owes Qatar a favor over Afghanistan

Analysts describe Qatar's emergence as a broker in Afghanistan as a part of a carefully nurtured strategy by the tiny but rich state to bolster its own security, by becoming indispensable as a venue for international mediation.

Gulf states to suffer from global warming the most: IPCC

A new report this month by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) showed unequivocally that the climate is changing faster than previously feared, and because of human activity.