The Muslim World
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday he would resume his protest march to Islamabad after recovering from an assassination attempt, as his supporters staged nationwide protests that blocked major roads.
Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth said on Thursday it will make electric cars in the kingdom under a joint venture with Apple supplier Foxconn as part of a push to build new industries and lessen dependence on oil.
Duty of Arab states to step up efforts in order to resume peace process, support PalestiniansPolitical solution that encompasses all components of the Syrian people is only solution to crisisStability and security of Iraq is key to region’s stability and securityFood security, as well as energy and water resources, is now at the forefront of global challengesAMMAN — Deputising for His Majesty King Abdullah, HRH Crown Prince Hussein on Wednesday headed Jordan’s delegation at the 31st Ordinary Session of the Council of the League of Arab States at
Benjamin Netanyahu's likely return to power will fuel concern about deepening tensions with Arab neighbours, but Gulf states which forged ties with Israel under his leadership will see him as a regional balance against Iranian power.
The new assessment comes days after Saudi Arabia shared intelligence with Washington indicating an imminent strike.
PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) — Ethiopia’s warring sides agreed Wednesday to a permanent cessation of hostilities in a conflict believed to have killed hundreds of thousands, but enormous challenges lie ahead, including getting all parties to lay down arms or withdraw.
Pope Francis spoke against the death penalty on Thursday at the start of a trip to Bahrain where the Shi'ite Muslim opposition accuse the Sunni monarchy of overseeing human rights abuses and families of death row inmates had sought help from the pontiff.