Tunisia launches probe into funding of Ennahda party

Tunisia launches probe into funding of Ennahda party

  • The probes follow President Kais Saied’s dismissal of the prime minister and key Cabinet members
By Arab News ·

UN Security Council faces criticism from Israeli and Palestinian envoys

UN Security Council faces criticism from Israeli and Palestinian envoys

  • Israel’s ambassador says members should be focusing on the activities of Iran and Hamas instead of the situation in East Jerusalem
  • Palestine’s representative bemoans council’s “limitations in times of aggression and war” which mean it has “an even greater duty to actively pursue peace”
By Ephrem Kossaify ·

Special The case for continued financial support for Lebanon’s Hariri tribunal graphic

The case for continued financial support for Lebanon’s Hariri tribunal

  • Critics argue the Special Tribunal for Lebanon failed and should close down because it did not lead to a single arrest 
  • Experts participating in an Arab News webinar said Hariri tribunal should be allowed to complete its mandate
By TAREK ALI AHMAD ·

Saudi Arabia participates in global education summit

Saudi Arabia participates in global education summit

  • Summit aims to draw a roadmap to transform educational systems in targeted countries
  • Saudi education minister is representing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
By SPA ·

Special Austria rejects EU military cooperation with Turkey

Austria rejects EU military cooperation with Turkey

  • Ankara’s May bid to be included in PESCO was given cold shoulder by Vienna over several concerns
By MENEKSE TOKYAY ·

Ahmad Ramahi (left), founder and CEO of WeDeliver, and co-founder Nasser Al-Maawi. (Supplied)

Saudi delivery startup raises $2.4m to expand outside KSA

  • The startup uses artificial intelligence and a mobile application to partner companies
By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR ·

Special Deepfake of Beirut port blast victim Amin Al-Zahed. (Screenshot)

Lebanon’s MTV slammed over deepfake video of Beirut port blast victims

  • MTV Lebanon video commemorating the victims of the Beirut port blast has been branded as insensitive by social media users
  • The video featured deepfakes of two victims of the devastating Aug. 4 explosion, Ralph Mallahi and Amin Al-Zahed, speaking directly to the camera
By Leen Fouad - TAREK ALI AHMAD ·

Special Deepfake of Beirut port blast victim Amin Al-Zahed. (Screenshot)

Lebanon’s MTV slammed over deepfake video of Beirut port blast victims

  • MTV Lebanon video commemorating the victims of the Beirut port blast has been branded as insensitive by social media users
  • The video featured deepfakes of two victims of the devastating Aug. 4 explosion, Ralph Mallahi and Amin Al-Zahed, speaking directly to the camera
By Leen Fouad - TAREK ALI AHMAD ·