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Europeans return to Syria, fueling tourism and attracting criticism

Placeholder while loading article actions BEIRUT — Standing on the castle-like walls of Aleppo’s historic citadel, Nick White was shocked by the city’s destruction. The 63-year-old British tourist got to see how large parts had been flattened by the terrible civil war in Syria. Aleppo’s ancient citadel has never been …

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Fran Hall: Northfield Globetrotter, Airstream Photographer

The son of a lanky sheet metal worker from Northfield, Minnesota, Fran Hall grew up during the Great Depression and became an unlikely globe-trotting chronicler of the most epic road trip of all time. Mobile home company Airstream hired Hall in 1963 to shoot photos and film during a 14-month …

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Iran and Venezuela sign 20-year cooperation plan

Iran and Venezuela signed a 20-year cooperation plan on Saturday, according to live coverage by Iranian state television. The plan includes cooperation in oil, petrochemicals, tourism and culture. The signing ceremony was held at Saadabad Palace in northern Tehran, attended by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim …

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Israeli PM Bennett on whirlwind visit to UAE amid standoff with Iran

Placeholder while loading article actions TEL AVIV, Israel — Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made a surprise visit to the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, the snapshot trip coming as efforts to salvage a deal over Iran’s nuclear program are locked in a deepening stalemate with Tehran. The visit was …

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Russia’s nuclear threat worked

The war in Ukraine reaffirmed the relevance of nuclear weapons as a major deterrent in global conflicts. For the first time since the end of the Cold War, a major power has publicly threatened to deploy tactical nuclear weapons. And the threat worked: the West carefully calibrated its arms deliveries …

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‘Prolonged political stalemate’ further polarizes Libya

The NATO row over Turkey’s opposition to Swedish and Finnish membership goes beyond the expansion of the North Atlantic military alliance. It’s as much about Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s immediate political goals as it is about Turkey’s positioning in a new world order of the 21st century. At first …

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Biden voices strong support for Finland and Sweden’s NATO bids

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says he has “great expectations” for a second round of meetings scheduled for next week of partner countries supplying arms to Ukraine. Zelensky Told reporters on May 21 that he expects positive responses to his requests for multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) and US jets at …

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Biden welcomes ‘momentary’ bids from Sweden and Finland to join NATO

Russian troops have full control of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol and all Ukrainian fighters entrenched there have surrendered, the Russian Defense Ministry has said, as Moscow steps up its assault on eastern Ukraine. “The territory of the Azovstal Metallurgical Plant…has been completely liberated,” the ministry said. mentioned in …

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Video Games: The West’s Alt-Right Radicalization Toolkit

The radicalization of young people and adults by the alt-right has moved beyond online discussion forums and grassroots protests into the virtual reality of video games, particularly in the Western world, through avenues such as Roblox. If left unchecked, these threats can blur the lines between radicalization and terrorism over …

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Finland heads for NATO membership, Ukraine claims gains against Russian troops

Russia’s military campaign in Ukraine appears to be running out of steam as its forces struggle to take more territory in the Donbass amid fierce resistance, Western military officials have said. After initially failing to take the capital, kyiv, in the first weeks of the war, Russian forces refocused their …

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Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’: NPR

Xochitl Gomez in America Chavez, Benedict Wong in Wong and Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange. Jay Maidment/Marvel Studios hide caption toggle caption Jay Maidment/Marvel Studios Xochitl Gomez in America Chavez, Benedict Wong in Wong and Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange. Jay Maidment/Marvel Studios If you saw Avengers: Endgame in a …

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Lebanese online archive chronicles Arab immigration to Latin America

SAO PAULO, Brazil: Although approximately 18 million Latin Americans can trace their ancestry to the Arab region, little effort has been made to chronicle and preserve the writings, photographs and news clippings that document the history their migration and installation – so far. Most of the Arabs who moved to …

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Iran celebrates National Shiraz Day

Shiraz, as the city of prominent Iranian poets Saadi and Hafez, and with great experience in the history and culture of this land, holds a special place among Iranians. It is one of the most historic cities in Iran, a spectacular city with many gardens and historical monuments that welcomes …

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Social housing champion wins 2022 MJ Long Award

Monkman, a design team leader in the London Borough’s Department of Architecture and a ‘great advocate’ of social housing, received the award at the W Lunch, held today (3 May 2022) at The Brewery, London. It was awarded for his collective work as part of the Islington Architects team working …

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The Development of Cyberspace Warfare in the United States, Part 6

Organic Air Force teams, cutting-edge Silicon Valley startups, or large traditional defense contractors are not mutually exclusive. Each group brings different ideas, processes, and experiences to the spectrum of cyber issues, and the development of tools driven by each team provides timely and requested capabilities to cyber forces. Additionally, the …

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US plan to decouple tech from China lacks strategy

According to a new article by Jon Bateman of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) think tank. “The United States cannot afford to become embroiled in technological decoupling, one of the most important global trends of the early 21st century,” wrote Bateman, a former senior intelligence analyst, policy adviser …

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Overestimating intelligence: the overestimating of the Russian armed forces

Organic Air Force teams, cutting-edge Silicon Valley startups, or large traditional defense contractors are not mutually exclusive. Each group brings different ideas, processes, and experiences to the spectrum of cyber issues, and the development of tools driven by each team provides timely and requested capabilities to cyber forces. Additionally, the …

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Lebanese President meets Lebanon’s envoy to Saudi Arabia ahead of his return

BEIRUT: A sudden upheaval in the exchange rate in Lebanon has angered citizens ahead of the legislative elections. Economist Louis Hobeika said the turmoil should motivate people to “vote for change and not re-elect those in power”. He told Arab News that the ruling parties had plenty of time to …

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Configuring security – Egypt – Al-Ahram Weekly

Later this spring, the UAE is set to host a new series of meetings on regional security cooperation under the Mechanism for Security and Cooperation in the Middle East (MESAC) initiative. MESAC meetings are sponsored by the Institute for Islamic Strategic Affairs, a UK-based, Gulf-funded non-profit organization whose stated mandate …

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World Cup 2022: is Qatar advancing in its best light?

The right to a free press is revered and protected in Lebanon. Constitutional freedom of expression in Lebanon is guaranteed by Article 13, which states that all forms of expression are protected “within the limits imposed by law”. For many people, the hardest path to freedom is not the path …

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Israel, US, 4 Arab countries focus on security at summit

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, center, with his Bahraini counterpart, Abdullatif bin Rashid al-Zayani, center left, after the summit in Sde Boker, Israel, on Monday.Credit…Pool photo by Jacquelyn Martin SDE BOKER, Israel — At a groundbreaking summit in Israel on Monday, senior diplomats from Israel, the United States and four …

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After decades of status quo, can Pakistan remain a neutral actor on the world stage? – Middle East Monitor

When Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan lashed out at the European Union and Western envoys who urged him to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine, asking him if they thought Pakistan was their “slave” and asking why similar demands had not been made of India, he cemented a precedent that …

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The development of cyber warfare in the United States

Russia’s UN representative Vasily Nebenzya told the UN Security Council that Russia had discovered “at least 30 Ukrainian laboratories working on diseases such as anthrax, cholera and ‘plague’. with U.S. military funding and oversight. He said the “reckless” activity included research related to bird-borne diseases, lice and fleas. He warned: …

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Ukraine crisis: who has the upper hand?

The military operation in Ukraine raises the question of the balance of losses and gains of major participants, as well as global players. Such a balance has not yet been found for Russia and Ukraine. Hostilities continue and no political settlement has been reached, meaning it is still unclear to …

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New York’s Grand Capitol is slowly awakening from pandemic slumber

ALBANY, NY – The pace inside this huge pile of stone was once frenetic. Lobbyists seeking to influence legislation in the New York State Capitol would stand sentry outside its doors, seeking to bend the ears of lawmakers who rushed out of debates or closed-door negotiating sessions. Activists raced its …

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Lebanese political factions prepare for May elections

BEIRUT: More than 500 candidates, including 69 women, have applied to take part in Lebanon’s May 15 legislative elections, with the country’s interior ministry expecting the number to rise significantly before the midnight Tuesday deadline. By Friday evening, a total of 517 candidates had applied. The 2018 elections were contested …

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Outdoor Voices founder Ty Haney is launching a new venture in the NFT space

It would probably be an overstatement to say that Ty Haney changed the way we work. She didn’t start a boutique fitness craze; it’s not Jane Fonda. But Outdoor Voices, the athletics company she founded in 2014, has helped popularize a fitness paradigm that has more to do with daily …

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We’ve tested Samsung’s new ultralight laptops

Photo: Matías S. Zavia / Gizmodo Samsung has just announced two new ultra-light laptops: the Galaxy Book 2 Pro, in the traditional format, and the Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360, a 2-in-1 with a folding touchscreen. In agreement with last year models these iterations integrate even better with Samsung’s device …

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Thought leaders inspire global citizens in TED-style talk series in Seoul

Former LegalZoom CEO John Suh speaks at Dulwich College Seoul. Renowned Korean American serial entrepreneur John Suh said children must be allowed to fail in order to succeed, as he addressed parents in Seoul in the second installment of a thought leadership series inspired by TED Talks. The …

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The consequences of Ukraine, 2022

So much has been written about the Russian invasion of Ukraine that it is not necessary to know more about the situation on the ground. Admittedly, it is premature to make a post-mortem on the causes and responsibilities of a conflict that arose so quickly and unexpectedly. But now is …

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Beyond Ukraine, Putin is looking at what he calls America’s ’empire of lies’

PARIS — President Vladimir V. Putin ordered Russian troops into Ukraine, but made clear his real target went beyond his neighbor to the American “empire of lies” and he threatened “consequences.” that you’ve never faced in your history” for “anyone who tries to interfere with us. In another rambling speech …

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How Expo 2020 Dubai showcases Arab achievements, heritage and ambitions

DUBAI: In 1851, the Great Exhibition aims to bring culture, history and innovation together in one place – London – for the whole world to see. Since that inaugural World Expo, however, more than 85% of global events have been hosted by European or North American cities. A few notable …

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Biden should aim for better diplomacy with Iran, not a ‘better deal’

As the international community eagerly watches the final stages of negotiations on the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, in Vienna, senior officials from the United States, Europe and Iran attend the Munich Security Conference This weekend. While the presence …

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House GOP moves to overturn Biden’s Iran nuclear diplomacy

Nearly 200 House Republicans have written to President Biden warning him that any nuclear deal reached with Iran without Congressional approval “will meet the same fate” as President Obama’s 2015 deal later scrapped by President Trump. Why is it important: The Biden administration has been working feverishly to secure a …

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Israeli Prime Minister Bennett meets the King of Bahrain and the Crown Prince in Manama | Politics News

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met the King of Bahrain during a historic visit to the oil-rich Gulf country, 17 months after establishing relations under a US-sponsored deal in 2020, based in part on shared concerns about Iran. Bennett was on a day-long visit to the island kingdom on Tuesday, …

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A classic Parisian apartment with a modern design

In the fall of 2019, architect and designer Sophie Dries, 35, and her companion, sculptor Marc Leschelier, 37, moved into a two-bedroom Haussmann apartment in Paris’ 11th arrondissement, not far from the historic Place des Vosges. For several months, they lived almost entirely without furniture or home comforts except for …

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Ukraine News: Airlines suspend flights as German leader warns of ‘serious threat to peace’

Jake Sullivan, President Biden’s national security adviser, in Washington on Friday.Credit…Leah Millis/Reuters Jake Sullivan, President Biden’s national security adviser, said Sunday that US officials still believe Russian President Vladimir V. Putin could invade Ukraine at any time, despite continued diplomatic efforts. “The way they built up their forces, the way …

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Israel’s integration into Middle East security involves opportunities and pitfalls

Growing defense cooperation between Israel and Persian Gulf states is one of the few promising security developments in the troubled Middle East. In his testimony this week, Army Lt. Gen. Michael Kurilla, appointed to head US Central Command, mentioned the integration of cyber defense and missile defense, in particular, as …

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Diplomatic efforts to resolve tensions in Ukraine intensify at high-level meetings in Moscow and Washington

French President Emmanuel Macron has indicated that – although resolving the impasse over Moscow’s troop build-up near the border with Ukraine could take months – there is room for progress after holding talks with Russian and Ukrainian leaders. “We now have the opportunity to advance these negotiations” between Russia and …

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The Expo 2020 Palestine Pavilion in Dubai takes visitors on a multi-sensory tour of Jerusalem

Frankly: terrorism threat won’t deter expansion of UK investment in Middle East, UK trade official says DUBAI: Escalating terrorist attacks by the Iran-backed Houthis will not deter British companies from increasing their investments in the Middle East, the British official responsible for his country’s trade with the region has told …

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The architects of a major New York firm drop their candidacy for unionization.

Less than two months after seeking to form the only union at a leading US architecture firm, workers at SHoP Architects in New York have officially ended their efforts. “We never imagined that we would have to write this statement, but after a difficult attempt at organizing which was met …

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Reviews | For Ukraine, Europe thinks Putin wants more than war

The answer is surprising, even paradoxical. Europeans and Ukrainians are skeptical of a major Russian invasion of Ukraine not because they have a more benign view of Mr. Putin than their American counterparts. Rather, it’s because they see him as meaner. War, they reason, is not the Kremlin’s game. Instead, …

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Bringing Saudi Arabia into the Abraham Accords, a strategic goal for the United States and Israel

(February 1, 2022 / JNS) In its annual strategic survey released in recent days, the Tel Aviv-based Institute for National Security Studies pointed to a central understanding that has spread across the region. The United States is focusing its attention and resources on relations with China (and, more recently, Russia) …

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Should the site of the Beirut port explosion be transformed into a place of remembrance?

DUBAI: For Sultan El-Halabi, August 4, 2020 started like any other day in Beirut. He was driving with his mother from their hometown of Chouf to the Lebanese capital, where they settled into a hotel facing the sea to rest. But shortly after 6 p.m., El-Halabi’s mother said she felt …

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Pentera Redefines the Cybersecurity Validation Market with the Industry’s First Unified Testing Platform for Internal and External Threats

Market Leader’s New Platform Autonomously Validates Any IT Attack Surface and Offers Organizations the Fastest Path to Cybersecurity Readiness BOSTON & TEL AVIV, Israel, January 24, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pentera, the leader in automated security validation, today unveiled its next-generation security validation platform. The company is ending the era of disparate security …

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In 2022, the military rivalry between the powers will be increasingly intense

The United States of America and Russia recently clashed over the issue of Ukraine. A few weeks ago, the leaders of the two superpowers behind the Ukrainian situation called a meeting on the crisis. Although they both drew a clear line between them during the meeting, they did not make …

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Iranian-born Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh dies aged 72

The Art Gallery of South Australia remembers the life and career of famous Iranian-born Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh (born 2 March 1949), who died suddenly on Saturday 15 January 2022. AGSA Director Rhana Devenport ONZM said: “Hossein’s passing leaves us all deeply shocked and saddened at AGSA – it has …

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The negative effects of US-Chinese competition on the future of US interests in the Middle East

Many potential repercussions and negative effects may have arisen as a result of the US-China competition regionally and globally, and this conflict between them has spread to the Middle East in one way or another, especially after the signing of Israeli peace agreements with a number of Gulf countries (UAE …

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YouTubers Can Finally Monetize Gender-Affirming Content

Photo: Jewel Samad (Getty Images) If you read enough stories about the inner workings of ad revenue, you’ll notice this weird incongruity that keeps coming back. On the one hand, online ads are a crucial element (although Boring AF) element of Internet architecture; the hundreds of billions dollars in digital …

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PS commentator predictions for 2022 by PS editors

Forecasting is always a dangerous business. But in a world characterized by shifting power struggles, technological change, and rising temperatures, no one can claim that the future is entirely impenetrable. Project union commentators again offered their suggestions for the most important political, economic and political developments to watch over the …

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Master Chief & Cortana relationship

Picture: 343 Sectors With Infinite halo, 343 Industries and Microsoft want the sixth major entry in the llong-standing shooting franchise feel like a smooth restart of the series, especially when it comes to the relationship between the Master Chief and his AI Cortana’s buddy. After his supposed death at the …

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Isfahan’s Jameh Mosque is like a museum of Iranian architecture: minister

TEHRAN – Isfahan’s UNESCO-listed Jameh Mosque is a museum of architectural styles from different periods, Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Minister Ezatollah Zarghami has said. He made the remarks during a visit to the World Heritage Site on Friday in the heart of the historic texture of the central city …

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Microsoft’s vulnerabilities have serious implications for organizations of all sizes

Microsoft software products are a connective tissue of many organizations, from online documents (creation, sharing, storage), to emails and calendars, to operating systems that enable business operations on the front and back end, both in the cloud and on-premises. Over one million businesses worldwide and over 731,000 businesses in the …

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Chris Magnus confirmed as head of customs and border protection

WASHINGTON – The Senate on Tuesday approved President Biden’s choice to lead customs and border protection, in a key position overseeing one of the president’s first and biggest challenges: dealing with the historic spike in illegal crossings to the southern border of the country. With the 50-47 vote, Chris Magnus, …

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Somalia: Security Council adopts resolution to keep hackers at bay

The visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed to Damascus on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 and the meeting with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, sparked a great controversy which began as soon as he was announced, which was emphasized by the West. …

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Global news in brief

Iranian Judges’ Opinion on House Churches Seen THE Tehran Supreme Court has decided to review the five-year sentences imposed on Pastor Matthias Haghnejad and eight other Christian converts (News, March 6, 2020), reports Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW). The men were first convicted of “endangering state security” and “promoting Zionism” and …

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Israel-Palestine: risk of “murderous escalation” of violence, without decisive action

Mohammed Ali al-Husseini, one of Saudi Arabia’s newest naturalized citizens, ticks all the boxes needed to win brownies in the quest for the kingdom of religious soft power by positioning himself as the beacon of “moderate” Islam , albeit autocratic. A Saudi resident since falling out with Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed …

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Historic Cairo regains its former glory

CAIRO – Egyptian Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly on November 16 discussed the latest developments in plans for the revitalization of historic Cairo with the head of the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces, Major General Ihab al-Far, and the CEO from the Urban Development Fund, Khaled Siddiq. Far said the …

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Iranian tour operators participate in Dubai Expo

TEHRAN – A team of Iranian tour operators participated in Expo 2020 Dubai, which is currently underway in the United Arab Emirates, the deputy tourism minister said. Speaking fluent English and Arabic, the tour guides introduce visitors to the country’s tourist attractions and capabilities, Ali-Asghar Shalbafian said, IRNA reported on …

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US President Joe Biden in trouble

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Column Author of the article: Louis Delvoie Release date : 20 November 2021 • 4 hours ago • 6 minutes to read US President Joe Biden, center, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador meet Thursday for the North American Leaders’ …

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Iran-backed hackers accused of targeting critical US industries, Telecom News, ET Telecom

WASHINGTON: Hackers linked to the Iranian government are targeting a “wide range of victims” inside the United States, including by deploying ransomware, according to a notice published Wednesday by American, British and Australian officials. The advisory says that in recent months, Iran has exploited computer vulnerabilities exposed by hackers before …

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MPL signs MoU with Telangana to create game development center, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Hyderabad: Mobile Premier League, an online gaming platform, will set up a game development center in Telangana employing 500 young people in the state. He signed a memorandum of understanding with the state government on the sidelines of IndiaJoy 2021, which started here on Tuesday. As part of the MoU, …

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Egyptian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai heralds a future steeped in the past

DUBAI: The Egyptian pavilion proved, unsurprisingly, to be a major attraction at Expo 2020 Dubai. Since the creation of the World’s Fairs in the 19th century, the country has always participated in the event, participating as a renowned participant in the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London. Egypt’s pavilions and …

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From traditional to abstract, Arab pavilions at Expo 2020 Dubai capture the imagination

DUBAI: Universal exhibitions have a long and illustrious past, especially for their enduring contributions to urban horizons and architectural world premieres. The Eiffel Tower and the Chicago Ferris Wheel are two of the most recognizable examples. Despite these permanent contributions, the exhibits have been mostly temporary events, with elaborate pavilions …

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The last episode of “Domus Eyes on Iran” at Villa Namazee by the Italian Embassy in Tehran

The famous Italian architecture and design magazine Domus is about to publish a special brochure entirely dedicated to Iran and specifically to the “Domus Eyes on Iran” project of the Italian Embassy in Tehran. The booklet, which will be attached to the November issue of Domus magazine and distributed in …

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US rejects Iranian claim of naval interaction in Gulf of Oman

Iranian Revolutionary Guards claimed they had prevented US forces from confiscating Iranian crude oil from the tanker. According to Iranian state media citing the IRGC, US warships and helicopters “pursued the tanker” in an attempt to take it over, but failed. Iran says US forces boarded tanker, offloaded crude oil …

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US, EU leaders say they are ‘convinced’ Iran deal can be quickly restored

In a joint statement following a discussion between Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the G20 in Rome, the leaders said they were “convinced that it is possible to quickly reach and implement an agreement on the return to full …

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Iran’s new brigade infiltrates tribes in eastern Syria

Since the start of 2021, Iran has started working on the formation of the Hashemiyoon military brigade in Syria, allowing only Shiites to join it. The newly formed faction, which began operating in mid-August, joined other pro-Iranian factions in Syria, including the Zainabiyoun, Fatemiyoun and al-Husseinoun brigades. The Hashemiyoon Brigade …

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Discover Meidan Emam, Iran – Middle East Monitor

Iran, historically known as Persia, is home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world, dating back to the fourth millennium BC when the ancient Elamite Kingdom was formed. The Middle Eastern country was also the seat of the Persian Empire, the world’s first superpower founded around 550 BC. …

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Iran’s impressive collection of Western art

23 October 2021 DAYS BEFORE Ebrahim Raisi, a die-hard cleric, won the Iranian presidential election in June, the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art reopened to the public after a lengthy renovation. It created a strange juxtaposition. Mr. Raisi celebrates the decline of American influence; his Minister of Culture denounces “the …

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The strange allure of the TikTok refuge

The apartment flashes up as a Frank Ocean song plays. We see a white sofa with cushions: white squares, pink square, ocher orb, black square. Later come the quick cuts: to a free-standing shelf (white backs only), to the cushions again, to a see-through coffee table (an opportunity, really, to …

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Biden continues devastating Trump sanctions

When President Biden took office in January, a complex web of US sanctions hampered Iranians’ ability to access basic COVID treatments and supplies, like syringes, infusion pumps and test kits. Desperate doctors had been forced to advocate to the global public for relief. While the full toll of US sanctions …

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KPMG India Partners With Forcepoint To Offer Information Protection, IT News, ET CIO Services

KPMG in India and Forcepoint announced they have partnered to provide information protection services to businesses in India. The alliance will bring together cybersecurity services from KPMG along with cybersecurity innovations from Forcepoint that enable businesses and government agencies to protect their critical data wherever it is accessible. Businesses and …

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