Tuesday 23 February, 2021
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Category Archives: Middle East

Women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to join the military and take up arms, this is the latest profession accord the kingdom has offered to recruit female soldiers. The women now have the privilege to join as soldiers, lance corporals,...

By Khaama Press on Feb 23rd, 2021

Shattered glass is pictured on the floor of a shop following a rocket attack in Arbil, the capital of the northern Iraqi Kurdish autonomous region, on February 15, 2021. – A volley of rockets targeted the Kurdish regional capital in northern...

By Khaama Press on Feb 16th, 2021

Gulf countries broke a three-year-old embargo with Qatar and an agreement aimed at ending Arab countries including Saudi Arabia ends to close their rift. The agreement is due to be signed in Saudi Arabia, a senior Trump administration...

Image Source: Social Media Iran- At least 10 climbers have died and several more were missing in mountains located in the north of Tehran following heavy snowfalls, Iranian state media reported on Saturday. Nine people were found dead...

At least eight people are killed in shelling of an industrial compound in Yemen’s strategic port of Hodeidah, Dec. 3, 2020. HODEIDAH, Yemen – At least eight people are killed in shelling of an industrial compound in Yemen’s strategic...

The Arab Spring was a series of popular pro-democracy uprisings that enveloped several largely Muslim countries. The events began in the spring of 2011. However, the political and social impact of these popular uprisings remains significant...

The scene of the attack in Damavand, near Tehran- BBC- EPA Top and most senior Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated near Tehran, the Iranian Defense Ministry confirms. The scientist died following the attack in Absard,...

Abu Dhabi’s probe in a 2017 incident in Kandahar, revealed the involvement of Haqqani Network, and Pakistan’s ISI, Hindustan Times Reports. Some of the UAE moves prompted by the findings of its investigation into the 2017 attack...

The New York times, quoting security intelligence, reported Abu Mohammad Al-Masri, Al-Qaeda’s Second highest in Command, mastermind of deadly attacks on US embassies in Africa was killed in Iran. Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, who went by...

At least three people were wounded during an international event, according to officials, holding WWI memorial in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The explosive device hit when several representatives of countries were present at the event on Wednesday;...

FILE – In this Nov. 10, 2016, file photo, Bahrain’s Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa greets Britain’s Prince Charles in Manama, Bahrain. Prince Khalifa, one of the world’s longest-serving prime ministers who...

Whale sharks are endangered and do not pose a threat to humans. [Photo: Mathieu Pique/The National] UAE – The United Arab Emirates warned residents to steer clear of two whale sharks spotted in Al Raha and Al Bahia beaches in recent weeks,...

Photo Source: Social Media-UAE DUBAI UAE announced on Saturday it eases Islamic Laws for personal freedom of the public, allowing unmarried couples to cohabitate and alcohol restrictions are relaxed. The relaxing rules will apparently...

Sheikh Meshaal sworn in as Crown Prince before Kuwait parliament [Photo: KUNA] Kuwait’s parliament has unanimously voted to endorse Sheikh Meshaal Al Ahmad Al Sabah as crown prince, according to sources, a day after the new emir named...

A picture taken on October 3, 2020 shows members of diplomatic missions in Egypt attending a press conference to announcement of a new discovery of 59 sarcophaguses excavated by the Egyptian archaeological mission working at the Saqqara necropolis,...