Media Watch

'19Jan
21

Huawei founder confident the West will eventually buy its 5G products

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei went on China’s state broadcaster to defend the telecom gear supplier’s track record in his first-ever television interview, a move prompted by western government bans on its 5G...
'19Jan
21

Davos 2019: What you need to know about 'the world's most exclusive business bash'

What’s the WEF?    The WEF was set up in 1971 in Geneva by social entrepreneur Klaus Schwab. Independent and not-for-profit, it aims to bring political and business leaders together to help them collaborate on...
'19Jan
19

Lebanon FM calls on Arab League to restore Syria's membership

In-Depth Coverage Iran Press TVFri Jan 18, 2019 04:21PMLebanon's Caretaker Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil has called on the Arab League to restore Syria's membership in the regional organization, describing...
'19Jan
17

A new search engines that won’t track any of us

Drew MillardIn late November, hotel conglomerate Marriott International disclosed that the personal information of some 500 million customers — including home addresses, phone numbers, and credit card numbers — had...
'19Jan
17

Wind of change in the Korean Peninsula

Dr. Alon LevkowitzThe Korean conflict has divided more than the two Koreas. It has also prompted the creation of opposing “blame narratives” among scholars, policymakers, and journalists. The election of Donald...
'19Jan
14

Baghdad govt. supports Syria’s return to Arab League: Iraqi FM

“We discussed solutions to eliminate terrorism in Syria and support the Syrian government, its territorial integrity and sovereignty,” Hakim said at a joint press conference with his Iranian counterpart Mohammed...
'19Jan
10

Qatar Keen to Develop Relations with Bulgaria

Tweet Send to Kindle Ambassador of Qatar to Bulgaria Rashid bin Ali al-Khater has said that the Qatari-Bulgarian relations are distinctive and have witnessed remarkable development in recent years.In an...
'19Jan
09

Donald Trump fuels immigration fears in TV address on 'border crisis'

Donald Trump has used the first Oval Office address of his presidency to stoke fears of illegal immigration, repeat dubious claims about his border wall and offer no new solutions to the partial government shutdown...
'19Jan
07

France to advocate multilateralism to address inequality at G7

Fighting inequality and global warming will be key objectives of the French G7 Presidency in 2019. The aim of developing closer relations with Africa, in the interests of multilateralism, is also highlighted by...
'19Jan
06

Trump's super-talkative, fact-busting week

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump held forth on all manner of things this past week as he emerged from a “lonely” spell over the holidays. He opined for more than 90 minutes to the press, at the top of a...

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