video Frankly Speaking: Can Lebanon ever have an ‘independent’ president?

Frankly Speaking: Can Lebanon ever have an ‘independent’ president?

  • Ziad Hayek explains how he would fix the economy and break the political deadlock without Hezbollah’s support
  • Presidential candidate weighs in on relations with the GCC bloc and whether a war with Israel is now inevitable
video By Arab News ·

Pilgrims cast stones at Jamarat on first day of Tashreeq photos

Pilgrims cast stones at Jamarat on first day of Tashreeq

  • Designated pathways across the various floors of the Jamarat facility ensure a smooth flow of pilgrims and ease crowd management
By Arab News ·

US Senior Advisor for Energy Security Amos Hochstein. (AFP)

Biden adviser travels to Israel for meetings to avoid escalation between Israel, Lebanon

  • Amos Hochstein will advance efforts to avoid further escalation along the ‘Blue Line’ between Israel and Lebanon
By Reuters ·

Palestinian Authority at risk of collapse, Norway says

Palestinian Authority at risk of collapse, Norway says

  • Norway chairs the international donor group to the Palestinians and is a backer of the Palestinian Authority
By Reuters ·

Philippine captain vows to return to sea after Houthi attack

Philippine captain vows to return to sea after Houthi attack

  • Tutor’s captain Christian Domarique: ‘We first need to rest because of the trauma’
  • Houthis claimed responsibility for a missile strike on the Liberia flagged, Greek-owned coal carrier Tutor
By Reuters ·

Global audiences suspicious of AI-powered newsrooms, report finds

Global audiences suspicious of AI-powered newsrooms, report finds

  • Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism found that people are suspicious of AI creating news content, especially on sensitive subjects like politics
  • Survey also highlights the increasing role of news influencers, stressing the need for better audience engagement within newsrooms
By Reuters ·

Global audiences suspicious of AI-powered newsrooms, report finds

Global audiences suspicious of AI-powered newsrooms, report finds

  • Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism found that people are suspicious of AI creating news content, especially on sensitive subjects like politics
  • Survey also highlights the increasing role of news influencers, stressing the need for better audience engagement within newsrooms
By Reuters ·