Despite the growing threat of Covid-19, the wars in Yemen and Libya grind on further endangering millions of distressed civilians.
As the number of Covid-19 related infections and deaths rises, so the regime continues to introduce precautionary and preventive countermeasures to try and mitigate its spread.
Summary: Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman has stepped in to rescue Carnival, a cruise ship company stricken by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Iraq has implemented measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but confusing messages and political opportunism are hobbling an effective response.
While the world is focussed on the Covid-19 pandemic ISIS is quietly reassembling infrastructure, financial and otherwise, that will enable it to rebuild its global terror campaign.
Covid-19 is spreading fast in Egypt notably among the armed forces and so the government has introduced a military curfew and other sweeping measures to try and contain it. Egyptians count on God and the hot weather to save them.
Mohammed Bin Salman is fighting a war in Yemen and Covid-19. So was this the time to launch an oil price war with Russia?