Saudi-led coalition in Yemen to halt intervention in Yemen March 30

The Saudi-led coalition battling Iran-supported Houthi rebels said Tuesday it would cease military operations in Yemen today March 30 to help peace efforts by the UN and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). This, Arab News reports citing the coalition, comes in Read more

Morocco’s King condemns attacks on Saudi oil facilities as subversive and terrorist acts

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has vehemently condemned the repeated attacks on Saudi oil storage facilities as subversive and terrorist acts against vital and civilian facilities in Saudi Arabia. This came in a message of solidarity king Mohammed VI addressed Read more

Iran qualifies NATO’s expansion as “serious threat” to security and stability

In a phone call, on Thursday, to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi expressed that NATO’s expansion was a “serious threat” to the region’s security and stability, according to the semi-official Nour News. “NATO’s expansion eastward creates tension Read more

Eight countries including Iran lose right to vote at UN over unpaid dues

The United Nations have suspended the right to vote of eight countries including Iran over unpaid dues, reports say. The UN Chief, Antonio Guterres in a letter to the General Assembly, said 11 countries are behind in their payments, Arab Read more

State-run Iraqi oil giant to acquire Exxon Mobil Corp’s stake in West Qurna 1 oilfield

The Iraqi government has given its approval for the Iraqi National Oil Company to acquire Exxon Mobil Corp’s stake in the giant West Qurna 1 oilfield, Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar announced Wednesday, Zawya reports. Located in Southern Iraq, West Read more