Son of Egypt’s former president Mubarak says family clear of corruption charges

Son of Egypt’s former president Mubarak says family clear of corruption charges

  • The 2011 protests were built on calls for an end to deep-rooted embezzlement and government corruption in Egypt
By AP ·

Sweden, Finland to submit NATO membership bid Wednesday

Sweden, Finland to submit NATO membership bid Wednesday

  • Finland, which shares a 1,300-kilometer (800-mile) border with Russia, and Sweden have been rattled by Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine
By AFP ·

Special Critical regional and global issues examined at Arab Women Forum photos

Critical regional and global issues examined at Arab Women Forum

  • Event in Dubai hosted wide-ranging conversations with strong focus on women’s empowerment
  • Topics ranged from breaking of barriers and dating scams to fake news and potential of Arab women
By Jumana Al-Tamimi ·

Princess Reema bint Bandar Al-Saud received an honorary doctorate from Marymount University in Virginia. (Supplied)

Princess Reema bint Bandar Al-Saud receives honorary doctorate from Marymount University

  • The princess thanks Marymount University for hosting Saudi students throughout the years
By Zaid Khashogji ·

Special Tech booms in the GCC, but women in danger of being excluded

Tech booms in the GCC, but women in danger of being excluded

  • US, Saudi Arabia have similar rates of women in tech, yet experts say more should be done to boost diversity
  • How Middle East women can capitalize on GCC tech boom was discussed at Arab Women Forum
By Rebecca Anne Proctor ·

Smoke rises from the Duvha coal-based power station owned by state power utility Eskom, in Mpumalanga province, South Africa.

Global pollution kills 9 million people a year, study finds

  • Pollution kills about the same number of people a year around the world as cigarette smoking and second-hand smoke combined, the study said
By AP ·

Bank of England official warns of tough times for crypto

Bank of England official warns of tough times for crypto

  • G7 to discuss crypto-asset regulation, says French central banker
By Arab News ·

Exclusive Commercial Bank of Kuwait plans to digitize, says CEO

Commercial Bank of Kuwait plans to digitize, says CEO

By Dana Al-Omar ·

Exclusive Women should not relinquish their rights in business, says Suzy Kanoo

Women should not relinquish their rights in business, says Suzy Kanoo

By Dana Al-Omar - Nour El-Shaeri ·

Special Research shows fake news articles spread on the internet cost the world economy roughly $78 billion a year. (AFP)

Conflicts seen fueling world’s $78 billion annual fake news industry

  • New research reveals annual cost to businesses worldwide of an online phenomenon with real world consequences
  • Areas of conflict and instability, such as Ukraine and Ethiopia, are hotspots of disinformation
By Rebecca Anne Proctor ·

Special Research shows fake news articles spread on the internet cost the world economy roughly $78 billion a year. (AFP)

Conflicts seen fueling world’s $78 billion annual fake news industry

  • New research reveals annual cost to businesses worldwide of an online phenomenon with real world consequences
  • Areas of conflict and instability, such as Ukraine and Ethiopia, are hotspots of disinformation
By Rebecca Anne Proctor ·