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Arab News panel of experts see Trump-Biden debate as partisan tie

  •   CHICAGO: A panel of political pundits and consultants were split along party lines in deciding who won Thursday’s debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Guests on Arab News’s special post debate analysis program, which streamed live on the newspa...
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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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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 News, through its editorial cartoons

  • RIYADH: They say that laughter is the best medicine, and sometimes, when the state of the world is looking overwhelmingly bleak, seeing the funny side is all that is left to do. One of the most entertaining and fundamental parts of any newspaper are its caricatures, which provide a welcome re...
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Arab News launches special US elections radio show

  • LONDON: Arab News announced the launch of its radio show covering the US elections, “The Ray Hanania Show,” hosted by its US special correspondent Ray Hanania, on Tuesday. The weekly show – found on WNZK AM 690, based in Detroit and broadcasting throughout Michigan, Ohio and Southeast Canada –...
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Fake news war: In Libya, battles also rage on social media

  • TRIPOLI: On Libya’s front lines, fighters often hold a gun in one hand and a smartphone in the other, using their cameras in the propaganda war. Since eastern commander Khalifa Haftar launched an offensive to seize the capital Tripoli, most Libyans have watched the fighting on social media. ...
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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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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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Family of slain American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh urges Biden to launch probe

  • CHICAGO: The brother of slain Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh called on President Joe Biden Wednesday to immediately investigate the killing of his sister saying “someone must be held accountable.” Anton Abu Akleh, who is also an American citizen, an...
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Sony flags nearly $1bn movie business write-down

  • TOKYO: Sony will take a write-down of nearly $1 billion in the fiscal third quarter, the company said Monday, blaming expected weaker profits in its movie business following a decline in the DVD market.The Tokyo-based electronics and entertainment giant said the charge amounted to 112.1 billion...
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