From the bloody clashes and the firing of Hezbollah and Amal movement elements in Beirut amid accusations against the “Lebanese Forces”, the election of the UAE as a member of the Human Rights Council, and the statements of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar about the “positive momentum” between Saudi Arabia and Iran, through Turkey’s publication of a video of “the arrests of agents Iranians” during an attempt to smuggle a former Iranian military into his country… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the titles of some of the most prominent stories from the Middle East and the world.
Beirut Clashes: Hezbollah and Amal Movement accuse the “Lebanese Forces” of shooting… Samir Geagea comments
On Thursday, the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Amal movement accused the “Lebanese Forces” party of carrying out an “armed attack” on their members, in the first comment on armed clashes in the capital, Beirut, which left 6 people dead and 30 others wounded, according to the Lebanese Red Cross.
For the third time, the UAE was elected as a member of the Human Rights Council
The United Arab Emirates was elected a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council, on Thursday, for the third time in its history, according to the UAE mission to the United Nations.
Qatar’s Foreign Minister comments on the “positive momentum” between Saudi Arabia and Iran…and clarifies Doha’s relationship with the Taliban
Qatar’s Foreign Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, shed light on his country’s relations with the Taliban movement that controls Afghanistan, pointing out that Doha “recognizes the state, not the government.”
Turkey publishes a video of “the arrest of Iranian agents” during an alleged attempt to smuggle a former Iranian military to his country
The Turkish authorities announced, on Wednesday, that they had thwarted an attempt to smuggle a former Iranian military presence in Turkey to his country through “Iranian agents”, according to the official Turkish Anatolia News Agency.
When are Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies “useful and available for use”?
William Quigley, a crypto and blockchain investor, says comments that Bitcoin is “worthless” is misleading.