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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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The Ray Hanania show compares Ramadan in US and Saudi Arabia

  • Muslims around the world celebrated the start of Ramadan this week, but the experience and traditions of the holy month can vary widely from country to country, especially in the pandemic era. In Saudi Arabia, for example, the latest technology is being employed to protect the health of worshi...
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Saudi green initiatives explained in Arab News US radio show

  • CHICAGO: Saudi Arabia’s innovative efforts to “Go Green” to protect the environment and sustain its natural resources are moving forward at unprecedented speeds, Rawan Radwan, a deputy section editor and writer for Arab News, explained Wednesday. During an appearance on “The Ray Hanania Show,”...
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Turn on, tune in: Ray Hanania radio show returns for 2nd season

  • LONDON: The Ray Hanania radio show returns for its second season on Wednesday with a wide array of guests tackling crucial topics in the Arab world — a timely return at the start of Arab American Heritage Month. “Although we are Arab American and Middle East oriented, in English, our audience...
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US accused of double standards over Khashoggi, urged to deploy same sanctions on killers of other Arab journalists

  • LONDON: After US President Joe Biden’s administration took measures to sanction Saudi officials that took part in 2018 murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, several Middle East experts have accused the US of deploying double standards. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, as well as s...
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Larry King, broadcasting giant for half-century, dies at 87

  • LOS ANGELES: Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for a half-century, died Saturday. He was 87. King died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Ora Media, the studi...
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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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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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Arab News post-debate panelists: No clear winner between Biden and Trump

  •   CHICAGO: An Arab News panel of four distinguished Arab-American journalists and writers concluded Tuesday evening that there was “no clear winner” in the first of three debates between President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Trump and Biden took the stage in ...
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What can we expect from Sony’s PlayStation 5 launch?

  • LONDON: The moment gamers around the world have been waiting for is almost here — they will finally get a glimpse of the much-anticipated PlayStation 5 (PS5) console on Thursday. Manufacturer Sony is hosting a virtual “Future of Gaming” event at 8 p.m. (GMT), during which the new device will ...
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