June 6, 2023

Dubai Week

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Top 5: Russia Warns of Putin’s Arrest…and Reasons for America’s “Tik Tok” Fears

From Russia’s warning against Putin’s arrest and considering it a “declaration of war” if he was made by any country, to a phone call between the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia and Iran, apart from the reasons for the fears of the US security services. The Tik Tok Application… a daily summary of CNN in Arabic with some of the top news headlines from the region and the world.

Medvedev: If Germany arrests Putin, we will attack the Bundestag

On Thursday, Russian National Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev warned of the consequences of arresting Russian President Vladimir Putin abroad after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for him, which Medvedev said was “tantamount to declaring war on Russia.” “

Iran announced the agreement during a phone call with its Saudi foreign minister

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian confirmed Iran’s readiness to “strengthen and strengthen ties with Saudi Arabia” during a phone call with his Saudi counterpart, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, on Wednesday. According to the Iranian News Agency (IRNA), the countries “returned to normal”.

In 4 minutes… a detailed explanation of the reasons for US security services’ concerns about the TikTok application

TikTok is facing the prospect of being banned again, and if you haven’t noticed, the news headlines are very similar to the headlines that came out in 2020 when then-US President Donald Trump targeted TikTok.

Throwing trash everywhere.. A camera documents a rare tornado passing through Los Angeles, the worst in 40 years.

A rare tornado hit the area on Wednesday, the weather office in Los Angeles, California said.

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Egypt mourns “Abla Fadela”, the host of the very popular children’s show “Kinwa and His Story”.

Egyptian broadcaster Fadillah Tawfiq, known as “Abla Fadillah,” died in Canada at the age of 94, according to Egyptian media, her children, on Thursday.