• Sun. Jul 21st, 2024

Yemen’s Houthi group promise retaliatory attacks against Israel

Yemen’s Houthi group on Saturday vowed to launch retaliatory attacks against Israel after the latter destroyed oil storage facilities in the Houthi-held Red Sea port city of Hodeidah. “The Israeli

Iranian destroyer, dubbed Sahand, salvaged after mishap

The Iranian destroyer, dubbed Sahand, that had capsized off the coast of the southern port city of Bandar Abbas earlier this month has been salvaged, the semi-official Fars news agency

Greece: Aircraft with 233 persons on board make an emergency landing

An aircraft with 233 persons on board made an emergency landing on Friday at Athens International Airport (AIA), local media reported Saturday. All passengers and crew were safe. The plane

Turkish military mark Cyprus invasion with massive parade

The Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) organized a parade in breakaway northern Cyprus on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of 1974. The parade included 50 ships,

Israeli fighter jets strike “military targets” of Yemen’s Houthi militia

Israel’s military confirmed Saturday that it bombed sites affiliated with the Houthi militia in Yemen, a day after the military group’s explosive drone killed a man in Israel’s Tel Aviv.

Tunisia’s Kais Saied intends to run for another term

Tunisian President Kais Saied intends to run for another term in the upcoming presidential election scheduled for Oct. 6. “I officially announce my candidacy for the presidential elections to continue

Record-breaking heat is expected to hit Japan on Sunday

Record-breaking heat is expected to hit Japan on Sunday, with over 200 locations across the country forecasted to experience extreme temperatures. Scorching temperatures were recorded from Kanto to Okinawa on

Egypt to halt detested power cuts as heatwave grips country

Egypt will suspend rotating power outages starting from July 21 to brace users for summer heatwaves, the Egyptian prime minister has announced. “As of Sunday, July 21, we will stop

Suez Canal’s annual revenue drops by over 20 percent

The Egyptian Suez Canal’s annual revenue dropped by about 23.4 percent in the fiscal year 2023/2024 due to the Red Sea crisis, Osama Rabie, chairman of the Suez Canal Authority

Double weather warning issued for Cyprus as island swelters

A double yellow warning for high temperatures for both tonight and tomorrow has been issued by the Met Office in Cyprus. The yellow warning tonight starts at 9pm with temperatures

Famagusta Gazette