The nuclear future of the Middle East

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

The middle east is going nuclear. The UAE will be launching its first reactors by the end of this year while Egypt and Kuwait are both in discussions to build their own. Saudi Arabia is looking to build 16 reactors in the kingdom and will also be signing contracts soon. Al Arabiya’s Awad Mustafa spoke to the director general of the UAE’s Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), Christer Viktorsson, to know what the risks, threats and benefits of nuclear energy are.

Calls in Tunisia to hold minister accountable for financing terrorism with Qatari funds

Sunday, 18 February 2018

A Tunisian parliamentary bloc called for holding Tunisian defense minister accountable for the issue of financial transfers attributed to a retired Qatari officer. The case against Abdel Karim al-Zubaidi also involves opening an account in a bank branch in Tataouine in 2014, and the use of these suspicious funds by several associations and personalities accused of supporting terrorism. In this regard, Sahbi Ben Faraj, the leader of the Tunisian Project Movement parliamentary bloc, said that ...

United Airlines passengers brace for impact after engine cover rips off

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Passengers on a United Airlines plane survived a truly terrifying ordeal after they were ordered to "brace for impact" when part of one of the aircraft's engines flew off mid-flight over the Pacific Ocean.

Claus Strunz on why refugees are ‘Germany’s challenge of the century’

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

German journalist denies that his political thinking is right-wing but argues that the current government has to do more to integrate refugees into the country. Al Arabiya’s Doha Al Zohairy sat down with the television producer and journalist to speak on how he views the challenges brought forth from refugees.

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