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MBS personally involved in hacking of Jeff Bezos’s phone: Report

File sent from number used by Saudi crown prince gave kingdom access to businessman’s phone, the Guardian reports A WhatsApp message sent from a number used personally by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman led to the hacking of Jeff Bezos phone in 2018, the Guardian reported on Tuesday. The newspaper cited “sources” to back its claims without specifying their …

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UNICEF: Haftar’s attacks have displaced 90,000 children

Children in Libya are still suffering greatly amid the violence and chaos resulting from the country’s long civil war, a senior UNICEF official has warned. Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore made her comments in a statement issued a day before the start of the Berlin Conference on the situation in the North African state. “Since last April,” she added, “with …

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Israel to organise music festival in Sinai during Easter

Israel is to host Hashmaliko, a musical festival in Sinai with the participation of musicians of the Arab world, during the upcoming Easter holiday. On Sunday Israeli website, Walla! News announced the festival in an article entitled “The Israeli festival to be held in Sinai.” According to Walla! News, the Hashmaliko festival is an electronic music festival aimed at bringing …

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Massive demonstrations in Jordan against Israel gas deal

Thousands of Jordanians took to the streets of Amman on Friday, demonstrating against the gas deal signed between Jordan and Israel. Quds Press reported that demonstrators called for ousting the government, and holding the officials accountable for signing the “shameful” deal. Prominent national, youth and Islamic leaders took part in the demonstrations, where placards displaying anti-Israeli occupation slogans were raised. …

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Israel nuclear weapons: UK government loses file on its involvement with country’s arsenal

More than 400 documents, including government files relating to the UK’s involvement in Israel’s alleged nuclear arsenal, have gone missing over the last four years, it has been revealed. The response to a Freedom of Information request showed the UK’s National Archive at Kew contains more than 11 million documents in total, including many government documents that become publicly available after 30 years. Notable …

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Saudi Arabia executed record number of people in 2019, human rights group says

Saudi Arabia executed 184 people in 2019, the highest number of killings since records began six years ago, according to human rights campaigners. Research by Reprieve, an organisation which tracks human rights abuses, showed a record number of executions compiled from reports by the official Saudi Press Agency, including one example where 37 people were executed in a single day. Press …

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Group calls for action to release UN database of businesses engaged in Israel’s settlements

The Ramallah-based Al-Haq human rights organization today called on the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to release the long-overdue database of businesses engaged in Israel’s illegal settlement enterprise. On 24 March 2016, said Al-Haq in a Call for Action press release, the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) adopted resolution 31/36 requesting OHCHR to “produce a database …

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11 dead as migrant boat sinks off western Turkey

At least 11 irregular migrants, including eight children, were killed when their boat sank off the coast of western Turkey, a Turkish Coast Guard source said on Saturday, Anadolu Agency reports. The boat carrying 19 irregular migrants capsized off the coast of Cesme in the Aegean province of Izmir, said the source, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media. The Turkish Coast …

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Trump: Saudi paid $1bn to increase number of US troops in region

US President Donald Trump said that he made Saudi Arabia pay the US for the increased presence of American service personnel in the region as a result of the regional tensions. In an interview with the American TV channel Fox News, Trump said: “Saudi Arabia is paying us for [our troops]. We have a very good relationship with Saudi Arabia.” “I said, …

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