Reports claim Donald Trump allegedly disclosed sensitive nuclear submarine secrets with Aussie billionaire Anthony Pratt

Former US president Donald Trump allegedly slipped sensitive details about America’s nuclear submarine fleet to an Australian billionaire, reports have claimed. American news channel ABC News reports Mr Trump told cardboard industrialist Anthony Pratt the exact number of nuclear warheads carried by US submarines and how close they could get to Russian boats without detection … Read more

Germany will ensure Ukraine can protect itself: minister

MOGADISHU: At least 20 pro-government fighters have been killed in fierce battles with Al-Shabab terrorists in central Somalia, local militia commanders and a clan elder said on Thursday. The fighting erupted on Wednesday after the national army and allied local clan militias launched an offensive in an area of Galmudug state known as Shabelow forest controlled … Read more

Saudi FM meets with Italian counterpart

RIYADH: A rare centuries-old Jewish Torah manuscript has become a major drawcard after going on display for the first time at the Riyadh International Book Fair. The book fair is being held at King Saud University under the slogan “An Inspiring Destination.”  The scroll — written in Hebrew, and about 40 meters in length and … Read more

Turkish court sentences journalist on propaganda charge, frees him from jail

LONDON: Campaigners have expressed concern that UK courts are being used to silence critical reporting after a former Kurdish minister sued two journalists who accused him of misconduct, The Times reported. Ashti Hawrami, who served as oil minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government from 2006 to 2019, is taking legal action against journalists Will Jordan … Read more

Hospital data leak: Royal Women’s Hospital Parkville hacked by cybercriminals, patient data leaked

The personal details of patients at a major Melbourne hospital have been compromised after cybercriminals hacked a staff member’s private email. The Royal Women’s Hospital in Parkville apologised to 192 patients on Thursday night after an investigation revealed their personal details were potentially stolen by the hackers. “(We are) very sorry to advise of a … Read more

Tree-mendous: Green Riyadh Project arrives in Al-Nakheel

RIYADH: Prince Saud bin Khalid Al-Faisal, deputy governor of Madinah and chairman of the Taibah City for Special Education, announced the launch of the city’s Intellectual Disability Program. The announcement falls on World Teachers’ Day, which is celebrated annually on Oct. 5. The Intellectual Disability Program aims to provide a set of educational, rehabilitative, and … Read more