Developing Iran launches drones at Israel, airspace closed and defenses poised

Iran launches drones at Israel, airspace closed and defenses poised

  • “Wing of Zion,” Israel’s version of US “Air Force One,” airborne
  • Israeli army spokesman said would take several hours for drones to arrive
By AP ·

Update Iran’s Revolutionary Guard seizes a container ship near Strait of Hormuz amid tensions with Israel video

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard seizes a container ship near Strait of Hormuz amid tensions with Israel

  • Portuguese-flagged MSC Aries linked with Zodiac Maritime, part of Israeli billionaire Eyal Ofer’s Zodiac Group
  • Iran’s IRNA said special forces unit of IRGC’s navy carried out attack on vessel
By AP ·

Hamas says submitted response to Gaza truce mediators

Hamas says submitted response to Gaza truce mediators

  • Truce talks started on April 7 in Cairo but have so far brought no breakthrough on a plan presented by US, Qatari and Egyptian mediators
  • Hamas said it was also ready “to conclude a serious and real prisoner exchange deal between the two parties“
By AFP ·

Update People are led out from the Westfield Shopping Centre where multiple people were stabbed in Sydney, Saturday, April 13, 2024.

Six killed in Sydney shopping center attack

  • Multiple people were stabbed by the unidentified assailant, who was shot dead by a policewoman at the scene
By AFP ·

PIESHIP incorporates AI to boost last-mile delivery

PIESHIP incorporates AI to boost last-mile delivery

  • Saudi logistics startup set to bolster sector through digital solutions
By Nour El-Shaeri ·

Lebanese newspaper introduces ‘AI President’ in effort to break political deadlock

Lebanese newspaper introduces ‘AI President’ in effort to break political deadlock

  • Artificial intelligence tool’s ‘deep understanding’ of country equips it to address issues effectively, AnNahar newspaper says
  • Lebanon has been without a president for more than two years
By Arab News ·

Lebanese newspaper introduces ‘AI President’ in effort to break political deadlock

Lebanese newspaper introduces ‘AI President’ in effort to break political deadlock

  • Artificial intelligence tool’s ‘deep understanding’ of country equips it to address issues effectively, AnNahar newspaper says
  • Lebanon has been without a president for more than two years
By Arab News ·