Showing results for "2 march"

A man escaped Sudan’s bloody civil war. His mysterious death in Missisippi has sparked suspicion

  • JACKSON, Mississippi: As a child, Dau Mabil escaped war-torn Sudan and built a new life in Mississippi. This month, fishermen found the body of the 33-year-old Mabil floating in a river, prompting calls for a federal investigation into his disappearance and death. Mabil, who lived in Jackson w...
·

Have deaths of Quds Force commanders in Iran-Israel shadow war dented IRGC’s public image and confidence?

  • LONDON: Iran brought its decades-long shadow war with Israel into the open on April 13 when it mounted a combined drone and missile attack in retaliation for a suspected Israeli airstrike on its embassy annex in Damascus, which killed two senior commanders of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard ...
·

AI’s relentless rise gives journalists tough choices

  • PERUGIA: The rise of artificial intelligence has forced an increasing number of journalists to grapple with the ethical and editorial challenges posed by the rapidly expanding technology. AI’s role in assisting newsrooms or transforming them completely was among the questions raised at the Int...
·

Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif to visit China in May — state media

  • ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will visit China in May to restore Beijing’s confidence in Islamabad with regard to various projects, Pakistani state media reported on Saturday, citing a senior official. Beijing is investing over $65 billion in energy and infrastructure projects in Pa...
·

American golfer John Catlin wins 2024 Saudi Open in Riyadh

  • RIYADH: American professional golfer John Catlin won the 2024 Saudi Open, presented by the Public Investment Fund, after completing his wire-to-wire victory at Riyadh Golf Club on Saturday. He finished seven shots ahead of his nearest challenger on 24-under-par. From the moment he teed off on...
·

London police apologize after threatening to arrest ‘openly Jewish’ man near pro-Palestinian protest

  • LONDON: London’s police force has been forced to issue two apologies after officers threatened to arrest an “openly Jewish” man if he refused to leave the area around a pro-Palestinian march because his presence risked provoking the demonstrators. Gideon Falter, chief executive of the Campaign...
·

Erdogan in mediation talks with Hamas leader amid domestic controversies

  • ANKARA: The meeting between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh in Istanbul on Saturday has sparked debate over Turkiye’s attempts to play a greater mediating role for the Palestinian cause amid domestic controversies over the ruling government, which has lost...
·

Police say attack on Japanese nationals in Karachi can be case of ‘mistaken identity’

  • KARACHI: The suicide attack on Japanese nationals in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi could be a case of “mistaken identity” as no group has claimed responsibility for it, a senior police officer said on Saturday. The Japanese nationals were traveling on Friday in a Hiace van to an industri...
·

AI’s relentless rise gives journalists tough choices

  • PERUGIA, Italy: The rise of artificial intelligence has forced an increasing number of journalists to grapple with the ethical and editorial challenges posed by the rapidly expanding technology. AI’s role in assisting newsrooms or transforming them completely was among the questions raised at...
·

Taiwan’s defense ministry detects 21 Chinese military aircraft

  • TAIPEI: Taipei’s defense ministry said it had detected 21 Chinese military aircraft around the self-ruled island since 8:15 am (0015 GMT) on Saturday, a month before Taiwan’s May 20 inauguration of incoming president Lai Ching-te. “17 aircraft (of the 21) crossed the median line and its extens...
·

Pages