Middle East

دانشمند وربات قاتل مجهز به هوش مصنوعی و کنترل از راه دور

دانشمند وربات قاتل مجهز به هوش مصنوعی و کنترل از راه دور دانشمند وربات قاتل مجهز به هوش مصنوعی و کنترل از راه دور دانشمند برجسته هسته‌ای ایران، به رسم هر روز، یک ساعت پیش از سپیده دم از خواب بیدار شد تا قبل از شروع روز خود فلسفه اسلامی مطالعه کند. آن روز بعد از ظهر قرار بود با …

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Ex-U.S. Intelligence Officers Admit to Hacking Crimes in Work for Emiratis

Ex-U.S. Intelligence Officers Admit to Hacking Crimes in Work for Emiratis

Ex-U.S. Intelligence Officers Admit to Hacking Crimes in Work for Emiratis Ex-U.S. Intelligence Officers Admit to Hacking Crimes in Work for Emiratis WASHINGTON — Three former American intelligence officers hired by the United Arab Emirates to carry out sophisticated cyberoperations admitted to hacking crimes and violating U.S. export laws that restrict the transfer of military technology to foreign governments, according …

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Iran Nears an Atomic Milestone

Iran Nears an Atomic Milestone

Iran Nears an Atomic Milestone Iran Nears an Atomic Milestone “I’m not going to put a date on it,” he told reporters, “but we are getting closer to the point at which a strict return to compliance” with the old deal “does not reproduce the benefits that agreement achieved.” He said that “as time goes on and as Iran continues …

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Eitan Biran, Lone Survivor of Italian Cable Car Crash, Is Subject of Custody Battle

Eitan Biran, Lone Survivor of Italian Cable Car Crash, Is Subject of Custody Battle

Eitan Biran, Lone Survivor of Italian Cable Car Crash, Is Subject of Custody Battle Eitan Biran, Lone Survivor of Italian Cable Car Crash, Is Subject of Custody Battle The prosecutor did not respond to requests for comment, and Mr. Peleg could not immediately be reached for comment. Mr. Simbari, the aunt’s lawyer, said Eitan had lived in Italy since he …

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Afghan Pilots Who Sought Safety in Uzbekistan Transfer to U.S. Base

Afghan Pilots Who Sought Safety in Uzbekistan Transfer to U.S. Base

Afghan Pilots Who Sought Safety in Uzbekistan Transfer to U.S. Base Afghan Pilots Who Sought Safety in Uzbekistan Transfer to U.S. Base WASHINGTON — An initial group of Afghan pilots who flew themselves and their family members to safety in Uzbekistan aboard Afghan Air Force aircraft were transferred to a U.S. military base in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, …

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For a Fractured Israel, a Film Offers Ominous Lessons From Ancient Past

For a Fractured Israel, a Film Offers Ominous Lessons From Ancient Past

For a Fractured Israel, a Film Offers Ominous Lessons From Ancient Past For a Fractured Israel, a Film Offers Ominous Lessons From Ancient Past JERUSALEM — A gripping political thriller swept across cinema screens in Israel this summer, with the movie prompting impassioned debate and striking a particularly resonant chord with Israel’s precarious new government. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, a …

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Israel Captures 2 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

Israel Captures 2 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

Israel Captures 2 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison Israel Captures 2 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison After the intifada, Mr. Zubeidi renounced violence, turning to political theater and helping to run the Freedom Theater in his hometown, Jenin, in the northern West Bank. But he was arrested again in 2019, accused of helping to orchestrate attacks …

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Lebanon Gets New Prime Minister Amid Economic Meltdown

Lebanon Gets New Prime Minister Amid Economic Meltdown

Lebanon Gets New Prime Minister Amid Economic Meltdown Lebanon Gets New Prime Minister Amid Economic Meltdown BEIRUT, Lebanon — Najib Mikati, a billionaire telecommunications tycoon, became the prime minister of Lebanon on Friday, seizing the reins for a third time in a country that has been without a government for more than a year while its people careened deeper into …

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First Flight From Kabul Is Hailed as Positive Step Amid Troubling Signs

First Flight From Kabul Is Hailed as Positive Step Amid Troubling Signs

First Flight From Kabul Is Hailed as Positive Step Amid Troubling Signs First Flight From Kabul Is Hailed as Positive Step Amid Troubling Signs KABUL, Afghanistan — Ten days after the chaotic evacuation of Afghanistan came to an end, a lone jetliner lifted off from Kabul’s airport on Thursday, the first international passenger flight since American forces ended their 20-year …

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A Family’s Yearlong Quest to Return to Hong Kong During the Pandemic

A Family's Yearlong Quest to Return to Hong Kong During the Pandemic

A Family’s Yearlong Quest to Return to Hong Kong During the Pandemic A Family’s Yearlong Quest to Return to Hong Kong During the Pandemic Two weeks ago, Ankur and Priyanka Bordia unpacked their family’s eight suitcases for the fourth time in 40 days. “Are we in Hong Kong yet?” asked their children, ages 1 and 3. “No, we’re in Qatar,” …

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