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  • Qatar cyberattack puts fake news in focus

    Qatar says it has been targeted by a hostile media campaign after fake news was published online and repeated on other outlets despite vigorous official denials. A four-hour cyberattack hit official media on Tuesday.

    Qatar cyberattack puts fake news in focus
    Qatar cyberattack puts fake news in focus

    Qatar says it has been targeted by a hostile media campaign after fake news was published online and repeated on other outlets despite vigorous official denials. A four-hour cyberattack hit official media on Tuesday.

    02:32May 25, 2017

  • David Hearst discusses latest cyberattack targets Qatar’s official media

    Qatar says it has been the target of a hostile media campaign by an unknown entity. David Hearst, a journalist and editor of Middle East Eye, discusses the cyberattack.

    David Hearst discusses latest cyberattack targets Qatar’s official media
  • Saudi Arabia steps up efforts to reduce global oil supply

    Khaled Al Faleh, Saudi Arabia's energy minister, is under pressure to rally support among key oil producers to rein in excess supply.

    Saudi Arabia steps up efforts to reduce global oil supply
  • Clashes erupt on Jerusalem Day

    Celebrations of Jerusalem Day, which began on Tuesday and ended at Wednesday evening, have led to clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces in Occupied East Jerusalem.

    Clashes erupt on Jerusalem Day
    Clashes erupt on Jerusalem Day

    02:02May 25, 2017

  • Libya arrests father, brother of alleged Manchester bomber

    Authorities in Tripoli detain the father and younger brother of Salem Abedi, who carried out a suicide attack in the UK, killing at least 22 people.

    Libya arrests father, brother of alleged Manchester bomber
  • Mosul: thousands flee the city as Iraqi forces try to secure west

    Iraqi forces are trying to secure all western districts of Mosul. People continue to leave the area as fighting rages in residential neighbourhoods. More than 200,000 people are still living under ISIL control in the city.

    Mosul: thousands flee the city as Iraqi forces try to secure west