ROME: Israel has formally complained after a senior Vatican official spoke of âcarnageâ in Gaza and what he termed a disproportionate Israeli military operation following the Oct. 7 Hamas attacks.
The Israeli Embassy to the Holy See called the comments by Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican secretary of state, âregrettable.â In a statement Wednesday, the embassy said Parolin hadnât considered what it called the relevant facts in judging the legitimacy of Israelâs actions.
Source: Israel complains after Vatican denounces âcarnageâ and disproportionate response in Gaza
RIYADH: In recognition of Saudi Arabiaâs increasing prominence in the space and aviation industry, Italian aerospace company Argotec is gearing up to expand its operations in the Kingdom.Â Â
David Avino,Â Argotec’s CEO and founder, shared the companyâs expansion plans during an interview with Arab News on the sidelines of the World Defense Show in Riyadh.
Source: Italian aerospace firm Argotec targets Saudi expansion in growing space and aviation sector
ROME: Italy will become a target if it takes part in attacks against Yemen, a senior official from Yemenâs Iran-aligned Houthis said in an interview published on Monday.
Mohamed Ali Al-Houthi, head of the Houthiâs supreme revolutionary committee, told daily La Repubblica that Italy must be neutral in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and put pressure on Israel to stop attacks on Gaza, adding that would be the only way to achieve peace in the region.
Source: Italy to become target if it joins attacks against Yemen, threatens Houthi leader
ROME: Italy will provide hospital treatment for 100 Palestinian children from Gaza after transporting them by plane and ship in an operation to be launched in the next few days, Defense Minister
Source: Italy to treat 100 Palestinian children in its hospitals | Arab News
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