IAEA: Surveillance of Iran nuclear program no longer ‘intact’

IAEA: Surveillance of Iran nuclear program no longer ‘intact’

  • Director-general says Tehran ‘taking their time’ in arranging meeting with FM
  • How long it would take Iran to field nuclear weapon ‘continuously lessening’
By Arab News ·

13 killed in Damascus army bus bombing: state media

13 killed in Damascus army bus bombing: state media

  • Images released by SANA showed a burning bus
By Reuters ·

Special Those who want to stop Beirut port blast probe are involved in the crime, say activists

Those who want to stop Beirut port blast probe are involved in the crime, say activists

  • Civil society members stage a sit-in outside the Justice Palace to show ‘solidarity with the judiciary’
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Rap star Pitbull to launch Riyadh Season with sold-out concert

Rap star Pitbull to launch Riyadh Season with sold-out concert

  • Grand parade and fireworks display in opening ceremony of the Middle East’s largest entertainment festival
By Lojien Ben Gassem ·

Kuwait’s emir launches process for amnesty pardoning dissidents

Kuwait’s emir launches process for amnesty pardoning dissidents

  • This could potentially end a months-long standoff with opposition
By Reuters ·

Philippine drug war review doubts police ‘self-defense’ claims: Justice minister

Philippine drug war review doubts police ‘self-defense’ claims: Justice minister

  • Around 154 officers had been identified for ‘possible criminal liability’ over police operations
  • Three policemen were sentenced in 2018 to prison for killing a teenager during an anti-narcotics sweep
By AFP ·

Facebook shuts fake accounts in Sudan, as fight for public opinion rages online

Facebook shuts fake accounts in Sudan, as fight for public opinion rages online

  • Facebook removes two large networks targeting Sudanese users, one of which was linked to the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF)
  • Earlier this month, Facebook said it had shut a network of almost 1,000 accounts and pages linked to the RSF

Facebook shuts fake accounts in Sudan, as fight for public opinion rages online

Facebook shuts fake accounts in Sudan, as fight for public opinion rages online

  • Facebook removes two large networks targeting Sudanese users, one of which was linked to the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF)
  • Earlier this month, Facebook said it had shut a network of almost 1,000 accounts and pages linked to the RSF