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Iranian media reported that Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahbadi was shot and killed in the city of Absard near Tehran, as Iranian officials accused Israel of responsibility for his death.

Iran continues to stockpile greater amounts of low-enriched uranium, but does not appear to possess enough to produce a weapon, Rafael Grossi, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency says.

Samah Jabr: The psychiatrist fighting Palestine's mental health crisis

Ben Lynfield

Samah Jabr: The psychiatrist fighting Palestine's mental health crisis

Psychiatrist Samah Jabr has emerged as an unsung hero in the Palestinian Authority's life and death battle against coronavirus.

Dubai holds first 'real life' conference after shutdown

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Dubai holds first 'real life' conference after shutdown

The glitzy emirate hosts dozens of conventions every year but for months the virus forced the lucrative sector to move from conference ...

Cyber conflict: Iran and Israel’s new frontier of war

Narjas Zatat

Cyber conflict: Iran and Israel’s new frontier of war

There has been no confirmation that explosions in Iranian facilities are the result of cyber-attacks, but it has got experts talking.

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Messages claiming Iran nuclear site fire deepen mystery

A released photo and video broadcast by Iranian state television of the site showed a two-story brick building with scorch marks and its roof apparently destroyed.

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Fire at Iran nuclear site hit centrifuge, analysts say

Iran's Atomic Energy Organization sought to downplay the fire, calling it an 'incident' that damaged a construction.

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'Incident' damages construction near Iran nuclear facility

Natanz, also known as the Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant, is among the sites monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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Coronavirus takes a toll in Sweden's immigrant community

Sweden's immigrant communities have been hit harder than most by the outbreak of Covid-19.

Unprecedented <em>virus</em> lockdown as Muslims mark Ramadan

The New Arab & agencies

Unprecedented virus lockdown as Muslims mark Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan begins under unprecedented social restrictions across the world, preventing the traditional mass prayers and large ...

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Defying odds: 103-year-old Iranian woman survives after contracting coronavirus

A woman has become the second elderly person to recover from the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Iran, authorities confirmed on Tuesday.

Millions could die of coronavirus in Iran, researchers warn

The New Arab

Millions could die of coronavirus in Iran, researchers warn

Millions could perish from coronavirus in Iran in the coming months, researchers have warned.

The rise of Iran's cyber warfare against its enemies

Narjas Zatat

The rise of Iran's cyber warfare against its enemies

The last decade has seen a rise in cyber warfare tactics, especially with countries like Iran, which is no lightweight when it comes to malware ...

Iran likely to retaliate with cyber attacks, experts warn

The New Arab & agencies

Iran likely to retaliate with cyber attacks, experts warn

Experts have warned that Iran is likely to respond to the killing of Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani with cyber attacks.

Iranian-backed hackers launched 'malicious' malware targeting Middle East firms

The New Arab & agencies

Iranian-backed hackers launched 'malicious' malware targeting Middle East firms

Researchers at IBM say Iranian state-backed hackers have developed a new strain of malware comparable to one of the most destructive ...

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'Unbothered' Iran denies US election interference claims

Iran's FM has denied his country would interfere with the upcoming US elections, saying the Islamic Republic doesn't care who wins.

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Iran flags-up US star spangled banner cyber attack

Hundreds of thousands of router switches across the world have been affected by a cyber attack, that left the images if the US flag on computers.

The New Arab

Iran group 'hacking aviation, petrochemicals' in Saudi Arabia, US

A group of hackers suspected of working for the Iranian government is targeting the aviation and petrochemical industries in Saudi Arabia, the ...

The New Arab & agencies

Cyber-attacks sweep Europe and US with 'WannaCry links'

US and European IT systems have come under attack as a global virus sweeps the world, with tell tale links to an earlier 'WannaCry' bug.

#Wannacry: Ransomware attack wave could come to Middle East

Karim Traboulsi

#Wannacry: Ransomware attack wave could come to Middle East

Companies and government agencies across MENA are on high alert as a virus that takes over vulnerable computers spreads worldwide.

Erik Skare

Digital jihad: Palestinian resistance in the information age

Comment: How do Palestinian hacktivists operate, and how does hacktivism form part of the Palestinian resistance? Erik Skare, author of the book ...

Shadowy cyber-espionage group linked to Saudi hacking attack

The New Arab

Shadowy cyber-espionage group linked to Saudi hacking attack

A space of recent cyber-attacks on Saudi companies and government institutions is possibly the work of 'Greenbug', a mysterious cyber-espionage ...

Is Iran behind cyber attacks on Saudi Arabia?

Karim Traboulsi

Is Iran behind cyber attacks on Saudi Arabia?

A crippling cyber attack on Saudi Arabia's critical computer infrastructure could be the work of Iranian state-sponsored hackers, ...

Israel suspected of hacking Iran nuclear talks

AAAJ and agencies

Israel suspected of hacking Iran nuclear talks

Analysis: With a long history of cyber espionage, Israel is at the centre of suspicion after a computer virus was found in ...

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