Significance of President Biden’s first visit to Saudi Arabia

By: Imadodin Basar Dimao It is been pretty obvious for years that the mutual relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia had been politically severed since the assassination of Jamal Kashoggi, a Saudi national and journalist by profession who was columnist for the Washington Post at the time of his death. This was also… Read More Significance of President Biden’s first visit to Saudi Arabia

Rescue work continues after passenger plane crash in south China

NANNING – Rescue work continued on Tuesday after a passenger plane with 132 people aboard crashed in south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Monday afternoon. Over 2,000 people have been sent to the site as part of the rescue efforts. Since the site of the crash is located in a mountain forest, the search for the… Read More Rescue work continues after passenger plane crash in south China

Iran has capacity to supply natural gas to world: President

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi on Tuesday declared his country’s readiness to supply natural gas to the world, including Europe. Addressing the sixth summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) in Qatar’s capital Doha, Raisi said that Iran, as one of the world’s biggest holders of natural gas reserves, has the capacity to… Read More Iran has capacity to supply natural gas to world: President

“I have recovered,” says Malaysia’s former Premier Mahathir

Ailing nonagenarian leader undergoing medical checkup at National Heart Institute in Kuala Lumpur PMT Desk Staff KUALA LUMPUR — After many days of inconsistency in his health conditions, Malaysia’s veteran leader Mahathir Mohamad on Friday, Feb. 4, said he has “recovered.” “I have recovered, not fully but have recovered,” said Mahathir in a video message… Read More “I have recovered,” says Malaysia’s former Premier Mahathir

In just 24 hours, Saudi warplanes conduct 50 airstrikes on Yemen

Saudi warplanes have carried out as many as 50 airstrikes against various districts in war-torn Yemen in just 24 hours. The air raids started on Tuesday, and lasted until early Wednesday, Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported. The network identified the targeted locations as the Jabal Habashi District in the Ta’izz Province that lies in Yemen’s… Read More In just 24 hours, Saudi warplanes conduct 50 airstrikes on Yemen

North Korea to resume nuclear and long-range missile tests

North Korea says it may consider resuming “all temporarily suspended” nuclear and long-range weapons tests to boost its defenses against Washington’s “military threats,” amid growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula and renewed US sanctions against Pyongyang. North Korea’s official news agency KCNA reported on Thursday that the decision was made after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un… Read More North Korea to resume nuclear and long-range missile tests