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  • Interview: Rosatom ready to take on competition for KSA’s nuclear energy requirements, says Russian exec
    Described as a recognized leader in the field of nuclear technologies, with a share of about 40 percent of the global market, the Russian state-owned corporation Rosatom is bidding to win a contract for the construction of a nuclear power plant in the Kingdom. During an exclusive interview with Arab... Read more »
  • Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan resume Nile dam talks
    NAIROBI: Ethiopia said Saturday it had begun a second round of talks with Egypt and Sudan over a controversial mega-dam built by Addis Ababa on the Nile, long a source of tensions among the three nations. Ethiopia this month announced the completion of the fourth and final filling of the... Read more »
  • Israel strikes Gaza again amid new violence at border
    GAZA CITY: The Israeli army launched a drone strike on the Gaza Strip on Saturday after violent protests in which three Palestinians were wounded by Israeli fire, sources on both sides said. The early evening strike is one of a series that have come amid near-daily protests at the border... Read more »
  • Egyptian FM stresses importance of ‘climate justice’ at UN General Assembly
    NEW YORK: The international community must honor the climate action pledges it made at last year’s COP27 summit, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said on Saturday. During his speech at the 78th UN General Assembly in New York, Shoukry warned about the future effects of climate change and said that... Read more »
  • ‘This is the best opportunity for peace in Yemen since the war broke out,’ US special envoy tells Arab News
    NEW YORK CITY: In their first official visit to Saudi Arabia since the Yemen war erupted in 2014, Houthi envoys arrived in Riyadh last week for five days of talks on a potential agreement that could bring an end to hostilities. Progress has been reported on many of the main... Read more »
  • Regional startups fuel surge in investments
    CAIRO: Venture capital investments in the region have surged, with deep tech startups capturing a significant portion of the activity. Web3 applications, blockchain, and ventures focusing on carbon control have secured substantial funding, reinforcing the region’s role as a driver of innovation and change. UAE-based digital assets infrastructure provider Fuze has... Read more »
  • Russian FM slams Black Sea Grain Initiative ‘lies’
    NEW YORK: Russia’s foreign minister lambasted the “lies” of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, and refuted suggestions that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons, during a heated press conference at the UN on Saturday. Addressing a briefing attended by Arab News, Sergey Lavrov stressed confidence in Iran’s claim that it has... Read more »
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  • Landslide causes large chunk of Swedish motorway to collapse
    STOCKHOLM - A large chunk of a motorway in southwest Sweden collapsed overnight, causing three people to be taken to hospital with light injuries, police said on Saturday. The landslide damaged the motorway between Sweden's second-biggest city Gothenburg and Norway's capital Oslo, near the small town of Stenungsund, around 50 km... Read more »
  • EU does not want to decouple from China but must protect itself, says EU trade chief
    SHANGHAI — The European Union has no intention to decouple from China but needs to protect itself when its openness is abused, the bloc's Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said, as both sides look to cool rising tensions over geopolitics and trade. Relations have become tense due to Beijing's ties with... Read more »
  • Mexican police cuff crooked 'demon doll' Chucky
    MEXICO CITY — Handcuffed, a knife still sticking out of his overalls, the Chucky doll hunches against the wall as police hold him by his bright orange hair to take his mug shot. In a bizarre twist, Chucky and his owner were taken into lock-up in a town in northern Mexico earlier... Read more »
  • Former Italian president Napolitano dies aged 98
    ROME — Former Italian president Giorgio Napolitano, a onetime communist who helped to steer his country through a debt crisis in 2011, died on Friday (Sept 22) aged 98. Condolences poured in from Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's office, other politicians, the Vatican and beyond. "I gratefully recall the personal meetings I... Read more »
  • Pope says impeding migrant rescues at sea is 'gesture of hate'
    MARSEILLE, France — Pope Francis said on Friday (Sept 22) that migrants who risk drowning at sea "must be rescued," calling it "a duty of humanity, a duty of civilisation". Speaking at the start of a trip centred on migration issues in the Mediterranean, he said that impeding such rescues is "a gesture... Read more »
  • Polish PM tells Ukraine's Zelenskiy 'never to insult Poles again'
    WARSAW — Poland's prime minister told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Friday (Sept 22) not to "insult" Poles, maintaining harsh rhetoric towards Kyiv after the Polish president had sought to defuse a simmering row over grain imports. Poland decided last week to extend a ban on Ukrainian grain imports, shaking Kyiv's... Read more »
  • Russian hackers seek war crimes evidence, Ukraine cyber chief says
    KYIV/LONDON — Russian spies are using hackers to target computer systems at law enforcement agencies in Ukraine in a bid to identify and obtain evidence related to alleged Russian war crimes, Ukraine's cyber defence chief told Reuters on Friday (Sept 22). The hackers, working across Russia's foreign, domestic and military intelligence agencies,... Read more »


  • Rep. Andy Kim announces bid to unseat Sen. Menendez after bribery charges
    Rep. Andy Kim (D-N.J.) on Saturday announced plans to run against embattled Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) in 2024.Why it matters: Menendez is facing deep political peril and mounting calls to resign from fellow Democrats in Congress and his home state after he was indicted on federal bribery charges on Friday.Driving... Read more »
  • Tropical Storm Ophelia hits Carolinas, Mid-Atlantic with "life-threatening" storm surge
    Tropical Storm Ophelia is bringing heavy rains, strong winds and coastal flooding Saturday from the Carolinas to the Jersey Shore.The big picture: The storm made landfall early Saturday morning near Emerald Isle, N.C., with top sustained winds of 70 mph. It was steadily weakening Saturday afternoon, and forecast to become... Read more »
  • Convenience-focused startups adjust to tighter money and lower expectations
    Years of zero interest rate policy (ZIRP) gave the world ambitious venture capital-stuffed companies that sought to make everyday tasks and chores as easy as the tap of a button. But the reality of those business models is much more modest now.Why it matters: We were promised a new world... Read more »
  • Mapping the Sun Belt's brutal summer heat
    Data: NOAA; Note: Summers are ranked by their average June-August temperature. Years in the top 33% are considered above average; Map: Erin Davis/Axios VisualsLarge swaths of the Sun Belt were hit by their hottest meteorological summer — June through August — on record.Why it matters: The odds and severity of extreme heat... Read more »
  • Tinder to charge power users $500 per month for VIP features
    Tinder announced Friday that it's offering some of its most-active users a $499 per month subscription, Bloomberg reports.Driving the news: Users not put off by the hefty price tag will gain access additional features, such as the ability to send direct messages to people with whom they have not matched... Read more »
  • The lawyer sending nastygrams for Ray Dalio and Ken Griffin
    A forthcoming book has the potential to decimate the business of Bridgewater, one of the world's largest and most successful hedge funds, and cause "many billions of dollars in damages." Or so claimed letters sent by Bridgewater's lawyer to the book's publisher earlier this year.Why it matters: Bridgewater's lawyer, Tom... Read more »
  • Migrant surge makes U.S. housing crisis worse
    A surge in new migrants is colliding with the U.S.' housing crisis, and even putting a minor dent in the shelter problem is costing state and local governments millions.Why it matters: Cities simply don't have enough affordable homes, enough shelters or enough money to help everyone who needs it, straining... Read more »