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Doubt and division cast a shadow over Palestinian elections

27 January, 2021

In-depth: Amid political infighting and public mistrust, Palestinians are sceptical as to whether the first national elections in 15 years will be free, fair, or take place at all.

Russia welcomes US offer to extend nuclear pact

22 January, 2021

Russia and the US are conducting diplomacy, with President Joe Biden at the helm.

Iran, pressured by blackouts and pollution, targets Bitcoin

22 January, 2021

With toxic smog blanketing Tehran skies and the country buckling under the pandemic, social media has been rife with speculation. Soon, fingers pointed at an unlikely culprit: Bitcoin.

Turkey hits Twitter, Pinterest with advertising bans

19 January, 2021

Turkey has hit Twitter, Pinterest and Periscope with advertising bans after they failed to appoint a local representative under a new media law.

Tech fuelled the Arab Spring, then helped quash it

12 January, 2021

Comment: Social media played an important role in the Arab uprisings, but over the last decade, authoritarian regimes have embraced this technology for their repressive agendas, writes Marc Owen Jones.

Israeli hackers pledge to catch Iranian hackers amid cyber-attacks

04 January, 2021

The group of 'Israeli cyber activists', who refer to themselves as 972Ops, have pledged to track the Iranian hackers who launched attacks on Israeli companies and institutions.

Hackers hit Hezbollah lender Qard al-Hasan, leak accounts data

29 December, 2020

The Hezbollah-affiliated financial foundation was hacked by a group that has published what it claims to be leaked databases of lenders and borrowers.

Egypt court sentences ex-student in #MeToo case

29 December, 2020

Zaki, a former student of the American University in Cairo, was arrested on July 4 and confessed to assaulting and blackmailing six complainants.

US court summons MbS, MbZ over Al-Jazeera reporter hacking

27 December, 2020

The Lebanese journalist is suing Saudi and UAE rulers after her private photos were leaked in an alleged hack to smear campaign.

Iran-linked hacking group infiltrates Israeli cyber security firm

25 December, 2020

Just days earlier, the Pay2Key group breached the systems of Israel Aerospace Industries.

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