Dec. 5, 2023 /Conflict and war/ — Israel is considered a powerful state due to its strong military capabilities, advanced technological prowess, and significant economic influence. Let’s delve into each factor: Continue reading →
Nov. 22, 2023— Human Interest/ — The Christmas season is about peace for Christians who believe Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Israel. Continue reading
Nov. 21, 2023 /Finance/ —
Allegations of money laundering in the City of London have been the subject of investigations and regulatory measures. The UK government has taken steps to strengthen its anti-money laundering regime, including increasing transparency requirements and enhancing cooperation with international partners.
On the eve of May 14, the Arabs launched an air attack on Tel Aviv, which the Israelis resisted. This action was followed by the invasion of the former Palestinian mandate by Arab armies from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Egypt. Saudi Arabia sent a formation that fought under the Egyptian command. Continue reading
There are relevant sources that indicate that Israel has been trapped in rabbit holes. Continue reading
— The current conflict in the Holy Land is a critical moment for people of Christian faith who want to visit the place where Jesus was born and brought peace. The conflict has made it difficult and dangerous for Christians to travel to the region, and has also damaged some of the Christian holy sites. Continue reading
By Avi Asher-Schapiro | U.S. Tech Correspondent
X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, is being flooded with misleading posts, including doctored images and videos purporting to show the ongoing conflict in Israel and Palestine. Continue reading
By Kim Harrisberg | South Africa correspondent
Privacy experts are calling for citizens to be protected from growing surveillance in Africa, following a new report by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the African Digital Rights Network (ADRN).
Their report, “Mapping the supply of surveillance technologies to Africa” focuses on Nigeria, Ghana, Morocco, Malawi and Zambia importing surveillance tech from countries including the U.S., Britain, China, Israel as well as the EU amounting to more than $1bn every year. Continue reading
Global media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has announced his retirement as chairman of Fox and News Corp, making way for his son Lachlan. He has been demonised as a puppet master who would pull the strings of politicians behind the scenes, as a man with too much power. But what influence did he and his fellow media moguls really wield?