Niece of Iran’s Supreme Leader urges world to cut ties with Tehran over unrest

Niece of Iran’s Supreme Leader urges world to cut ties with Tehran over unrest

  • “O free people, be with us and tell your governments to stop supporting this murderous and child-killing regime,” Moradkhani said in the video
By Reuters ·

Iranian artists call for global boycott of arts organizations tied to Tehran regime

Iranian artists call for global boycott of arts organizations tied to Tehran regime

  • 6,000 creatives sign statement urging support for art students persecuted for protests
  • Signatories slam ‘increasingly brutal, violent and deadly state crackdown’
By Arab News ·

New Zealand mosque shootings: Twitter fails to detect newly uploaded videos of terror attack

New Zealand mosque shootings: Twitter fails to detect newly uploaded videos of terror attack

  • PM Jacinda Arden urges Elon Musk action on extremism
  • White supremacist murdered 51 Muslims in 2019
By Arab News ·

Saudi Fashion Commission discusses sustainability with industry leaders

Saudi Fashion Commission discusses sustainability with industry leaders

  • Commission announces launch of new center at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology focused on sustainability in textile science
By Arab News ·

Gulf Air steward dies mid-air after suffering heart attack

Gulf Air steward dies mid-air after suffering heart attack

  • Plane landed in Erbil and was immediately met by medical team
  • Al-Yazidi was pronounced dead on arrival in nearby hospital
By Arab News ·

Amnesty International criticizes UK MPs for calls to deport trafficked Albanians

Amnesty International criticizes UK MPs for calls to deport trafficked Albanians

  • Group of 50 Conservatives demands prime minister removes ‘loopholes’ in asylum law
  • Organization says returning trafficked people is likely to ‘deliver them into cruel exploitation all over again’
By Arab News ·

Update BBC reporter ‘beaten and kicked by police’ in China protest

BBC reporter ‘beaten and kicked by police’ in China protest

  • BBC spokesperson: ‘The BBC is extremely concerned about the treatment of our journalist Ed Lawrence, who was arrested and handcuffed while covering the protests in Shanghai’
  • Chinese authorities justified the arrest as being for Lawrence’s ‘own good,’ so as to prevent him from catching COVID-19 from the crowd
By Arab News ·

Update BBC reporter ‘beaten and kicked by police’ in China protest

BBC reporter ‘beaten and kicked by police’ in China protest

  • BBC spokesperson: ‘The BBC is extremely concerned about the treatment of our journalist Ed Lawrence, who was arrested and handcuffed while covering the protests in Shanghai’
  • Chinese authorities justified the arrest as being for Lawrence’s ‘own good,’ so as to prevent him from catching COVID-19 from the crowd
By Arab News ·

Cameroon fight back to draw World Cup thriller with Serbia

Cameroon fight back to draw World Cup thriller with Serbia

  • Jean-Charles Castelletto scored first for Cameroon but Serbia led 3-1 after goals from Strahinja Pavlovic, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Aleksandar Mitrovic
By AFP ·