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AP outraged as photographer beaten by Israeli police

  • JERUSALEM: An Associated Press photographer was pushed and beaten by Israeli police in an unprovoked attack while covering a protest in a tense Jerusalem neighborhood, sending him to the hospital with head injuries. The AP said it was outraged by the violence against staffer Mahmoud Illean, wh...
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TikTok announces new updates during first TikTok World event

  • DUBAI: TikTok hosted its first global virtual event, TikTok World, at the end of last month. The event celebrated creators and brands and announced new tools and solutions to help marketers better connect with their audiences. President of Global Business Solutions at TikTok Blake Chandlee sa...
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Facebook unveils its first smart glasses

  • LONDON: Facebook Inc. launched its first smart glasses on Thursday in a step toward its aim of offering true augmented-reality spectacles. The glasses, which were created in partnership with Ray-Ban maker Essilor Luxottica, allow wearers to listen to music, take calls or capture photos and sho...
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Journalists, citizens face uncertainty in Afghanistan

  • The rapid withdrawal of US military forces from Afghanistan, two decades after the conflict there began, has left citizens and journalists concerned about their future, journalism experts said Wednesday. The Committee to Protect Journalists is receiving hundreds of appeals from journalists in...
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Arab-American journalists reflect on the legacy of 9/11 on their communities

  • ATLANTA, US: As the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11 approaches, Arab American journalists said the terrorist attacks undoubtedly had a damaging effect on views of Arabs and Muslims in the US, and that the media contributed to this by focusing on negative stereotypes. Ray Hanania, Adam Elmahrek a...
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World media’s failure to cover Houthi terror in Yemen fuels more attacks: correspondent

  • CHICAGO: The mainstream news media’s failure to fully cover violence in Yemen is preventing peace and fueling the continued Iran-backed Houthi violence there, veteran Yemeni journalist Saeed Al-Batati said Wednesday. Al-Batati, a war correspondent for Arab News in Yemen, said that the absence...
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Ray Hanania show discusses upcoming Iranian elections, recent Arab News exclusive with exiled crown prince

  • CHICAGO: The leading candidate in Iran’s June 18 elections is a man who has already been sanctioned by both the US and EU for human rights violations and brutality against dissidents, including the torture and killing of children, Ali Safavi, a board member of the world’s leading dissident orga...
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UN unifies voice around rights of Palestinians, Arab News correspondent reports

  • CHICAGO: The UN held unprecedented unified sessions this week to address Israel’s violence against Palestinian civilians and Hamas intervention in the conflict, Ephrem Kossaify, the UN correspondent for Arab News, reported Wednesday. Kossaify, whose reporting at the UN was cited by the presti...
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Ray Hanania Show discusses how US media failed to report the truth about the Jeff Bezos leak

  • CHICAGO: Many Western news outlets failed in their duty to correct mistaken reporting that falsely accused Saudi authorities of involvement in hacking Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s phone, a media insider said on Wednesday. After US tabloid the National Enquirer reported in 2019 that the billion...
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Experts assess media coverage of situation in Gaza on Ray Hanania show

  • CHICAGO: The office of the Associated Press (AP) in Gaza City, which was destroyed by the Israeli bombing of Al-Jalaa tower last weekend, is just one of 18 media sites attacked by Israel during its current conflict with the Palestinians. The shocking figure was given on Wednesday, during a di...
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