Guards at the al-Hol refugee camp in northern Syria were left with no other choice but to resort to gunfire in order to pacify Daesh brides, who attempted to attack other women. Foreign Daesh* women have tried to assault other female refugees, calling them “infidels” for not complying with... Read more
Reuters/Tunis * Eastern Libyan forces hint they will take Tripoli * Seeks recognition as head of Libyan armed forces * Some Libyans fear return of Gaddafi-like leader Forces from eastern Libya who have swept through the south and taken control of remaining oilfields in recent weeks have now reinforced... Read more
dpa/Gaza City Israeli warplanes on Friday night carried out a series of airstrikes on military facilities and posts belonging to the Hamas movement across the Gaza Strip, local media reported. The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) tweeted that its jets “struck several Hamas underground structures in Gaza.” The jets carried... Read more
Palestinian Cultural Days opened yesterday in Doha, attended by dozens of ambassadors, diplomats and members of the public. The ceremony began with the national anthems of Qatar and Palestine being played. On display was a large model of Al Aqsa Mosque that also had replicas of its gates and... Read more
Israel’s Supreme Court will likely overturn Central Elections Committee’s decision to ban Ra’am-Balad, political scientists believe The Central Elections Committee’s decision to disqualify the Israeli-Arab Ra’am-Balad party as well as Hadash candidate Ofer Kassif from running in Israel’s upcoming national vote is politically motivated and unlikely to be upheld... Read more
AFP/Jalalabad, Afghanistan Suicide bombers and gunmen attacked a construction company office in the Afghan city of Jalalabad on Wednesday killing 16 employees of the Afghan company, a provincial official said. The attack began when two suicide bombers set off their explosives outside the company office and gunmen then opened... Read more
The labor law was amended several years ago raising the annual leave to 30 – Fridays not included – when the labor law underwent major changes. (Shutterstock) Rapporteur of the Health Committee of the National Assembly MP Osama Al-Shaheen said the committee during its meeting has approved two draft... Read more
Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) has partnered with the Ooredoo Ride of Champions to launch the QSE Corporate Challenge, to promote healthy living within the community, as part of its corporate social responsibility.The Ooredoo Ride of Champions is the biggest mass-participation cycling event in Qatar and the pinnacle of the... Read more
Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) has officially launched its B2B Attractions Marketplace. The online platform, called Priohub, aims to connect attractions and experiences across the city with global audiences and relevant channel partners. The initiative has been designed to help attractions access the industry’s network... Read more
BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:20 P.M.) – A large number of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers were killed on Sunday, making yesterday the deadliest 24 hours of 2019. According to a military source in Damascus, over 30 Syrian Arab Army soldiers were killed across northwestern Syria on Sunday. The source said... Read more