Astate-sponsored Chinese group hacked an Indian media conglomerate, a police department and the agency responsible for the country's national identification database, a U.S.-based private cybersecurity company said Wednesday.
The Insikt Group, the threat research division of Massachusetts-based R
The Guardian newspaper published an article by Simon Jenkins, in which he said that the US-British-Australian defense alliance (UCAS) has become more and more murky with the passage of days, as it is the product of an industrial dispute over who has the right to build submarines for the Australian
Facebook’s oversight board has recommended an independent reviewer conduct a “thorough examination” into its content moderation of posts relating to Israel and Palestinians.
The recommendation came after a review of a case in which a user’s post sharing an Arabic-language
Algeria has started large-scale activities to restore its influence in Africa by declaring it will write off the debts of 14 countries, a report published by Radio France International (RFI) confirmed.
The report referred to the announcement by Foreign Minister, Ramtane Lamamra, on Thur
Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz on Sunday said there is a deep ideological dispute with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, reported Anadolu Agency.
Speaking at a counterterrorism conference in the coastal city of Herzliya, Gantz said despite having "a deep ideological dispute with the
Israeli security estimates, reported this Friday morning by Maariv and Yedioth Ahronoth newspapers, indicated that the process of chasing the six Palestinian prisoners who were able to get out of Gilboa prison at dawn last Monday, may last for days or may last for weeks, without any guarantee of i
It seems that the clouds of the Afghan crisis will rain in Yemen and bring with them more disasters than they did with the government of Ashraf Ghani. It has nothing to do with speculation, as since the eighties the events that occur in Afghanistan have directly affected Yemen, starting with the e
Under the above title, Igor Sobotin wrote, in the "Nezavisimaya Gazeta", about the attempt to blame the former President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, for the crisis in the country's economy.
The article stated: Former Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will be held accountable for the economic problems
The Algerian Minister of Communication Ammar Belhimer said all of the country's components stand against the Moroccan-Israeli alliance.
"Algeria represented by its people, constitutional institutions and developmental prospects are the subject of a real and systematic war from several parties, fo
Officials in Tunisia are working to set up fabricated charges against the Ennahda movement claiming it is involved in acts of terrorism, ahead of launching a security campaign against the group, details leaked to Arabi21 appear to show.
A source familiar with Tunisian presidential affai
During his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett at the White House, US President Joe Biden reaffirmed his administration's plan to reopen the US Consulate General in Jerusalem, news agencies reported on Friday.
At the same time, Biden expressed his opposition to the Israeli ev
The British newspaper, The Telegraph, wondered about the ability of Ahmed Masoud, the son of the former Afghan leader Ahmed Shah Masoud, nicknamed the "Lion of Panjshir", to resist the Taliban.
British writer Charles Moore pointed out that Ahmed Masoud, who was educated and trained in Britain, is
Under the above title, Ekaterina Postnikova wrote, in "Izvestia", about the poor position of the European Union on the possible Russian and Chinese role in Afghanistan.
The article stated: “Stakeholders should help Afghanistan in its settlement, and not divide it into spheres of influence,&
Tunisian President Kais Saied declared on Monday that he rejects dialogue and vowed not to back down in the political crisis gripping his country, Arabi21 has reported.
"The road map is the one drawn by the Tunisian people, and I will not back down," he insisted. "Whoever imagines or ma
The British Guardian newspaper published an article describing Kabul's fall as inevitable, and that it marked the end of the western post-imperial fantasy that led to the current horrific situation.
In the article, columnist Simon Jenkins said that with everything that happened, the reaction of t
Twitter on Thursday blocked the official account of India’s largest opposition party, the Indian National Congress, in a move that the ruling government has claimed was an “act of respecting the country’s law.”
Following months of tension, Twitter recently began to comply
On Saturday, August 7, 2021, Lebanese and Arab newspapers revealed obstacles facing the negotiations to form the Lebanese government, represented in the distribution of portfolios and key ministries, and the rejection of some "unwelcome" names.
The Lebanese newspaper, Al-Akhbar, reported, quoting
The US Federal Trade Commission criticized Facebook Inc. on Thursday for making “misleading claims” to explain why it had disabled the accounts of researchers studying political ads on the social media platform.Facebook said on Tuesday it had cut off the personal accounts and access of