Technology

Israeli spyware company NSO is re-acquired by its founders

Feb 14, 2019

An Israeli software firm known for its phone-surveillance technology says it has been re-acquired by its founders in a major sale

Sudan police clash with demonstrators in fresh protests

Jan 20, 2019

Sudan security forces deploy in large numbers in Khartoum, twin city in anticipation of fresh protests against al-Bashir

Iran satellite fails to reach orbit in US-criticized launch

Jan 16, 2019

Iran launches satellite-carrying rocket despite US objections, though device fails to reach orbit

The Latest: US criticizes Iran's attempted satellite launch

Jan 15, 2019

The U.S. State Department is condemning Iran's failed satellite launch as an action that defies the international community

Bomb-laden rebel drone kills 6 at Yemen military parade

Jan 10, 2019

Bomb-laden drone flown by Yemen's Houthi rebels kills at least 6 during military parade near southern port of Aden

Iran says it will send 2 satellites to orbit amid US concern

Jan 10, 2019

Iran's president says the Islamic Republic soon will send two new satellites into orbit using Iran-made rockets, despite U.S. concern the launch could help further develop its ballistic missiles

Israel says it can foil foreign election meddling amid scare

Jan 9, 2019

Israel says it can thwart any potential cyber meddling in upcoming elections after cryptic warning from security official raises suspicions about Russia

Moshe Arens, former Israeli defense minister, dies at 93

Jan 7, 2019

Moshe Arens, a former Israeli defense minister, foreign minister and an early political mentor to Benjamin Netanyahu, has died at 93

WFP calls on Yemen's rebels to bring aid theft to an end

Jan 4, 2019

The United Nations food agency has demanded that the Houthi rebels put an "immediate end" to food diversion and hold accountable those responsible for food theft, but said it not clear how much of their aid is actually reaching Yemenis

Clashes erupt as Sudanese march on presidential palace

Dec 25, 2018

Video clips posted online show police in Sudan using tear gas and firing in the air to disperse thousands of protesters attempting to march on Sudan's presidential palace

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