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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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As it turns 47, Arab News continues to reap rewards of digital transformation

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading multilingual pan-Arab daily, celebrated its 47th anniversary with a commitment to continue to be the platform of choice for voices that matter to its audiences worldwide. Since its establishment in 1975, the Riyadh-based newspaper has sought to be an internation...
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As it turns 47, Arab News continues to reap rewards of digital transformation

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading multilingual pan-Arab daily, celebrated its 47th anniversary with a commitment to continue to be the platform of choice for voices that matter to its audiences worldwide. Since its establishment in 1975, the Riyadh-based newspaper has sought to be an internation...
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Australian reporter hit by bullet in the Philippines, tweets photo of ‘lucky’ miss

  • DUBAI: An Australian journalist took to Twitter to assure followers he is fine after being hit by a stray bullet in his neck while covering the Philippine military's assault against militants aligned with Daesh in a southern city. ABC journalist Adam Harvey shared a photo of the x-ray whi...
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Big moves, big money as major media get in on podcasts

  • NEW YORK: With growth rates and audiences that investors can’t resist, podcasts are attracting media’s biggest players — including streaming giant Spotify, which has made its mark with the acquisition of a sector heavyweight. To acquire Gimlet Media — considered by some to be the industry’s mo...
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Black Lives Matter leader to take Houthi violence against Ethiopians to UN

  • Hawk Newsome, the leader of the Black Lives Movement of Greater New York City, said Wednesday he might take the plight of Africans and especially Ethiopians in Yemen to the United Nations. Newsome, whose organization confronts racism and racist actions against African Americans, said he was s...
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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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Experts discuss Biden’s recognition of the Armenian genocide on the Ray Hanania Show

  • CHICAGO: Leaders and activists from the Armenian community in the US applauded the recent decision by President Joseph Biden to formally acknowledge the genocide of the Armenian people in 1915 by Ottoman Forces and said it adds to the pressure on Turkey to begin a process of reparations. Bide...
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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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Facebook-owner Meta releases first human rights report

  • LONDON: Facebook owner Meta released its first annual human rights report on Thursday, following years of accusations that it turned a blind eye to online abuses that fueled real-world violence in places like India and Myanmar. The report, which covers due diligence performed in 2020 and 2021,...
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