Trump rails against New York fraud ruling as he faces fines that could exceed half-a-billion dollars News

More than 400 detained in Russia at events in memory of Navalny, rights group says ST PETERSBURG, Russia: More than 400 people have been detained at events across 32 Russian cities since the death of Alexei Navalny, President Vladimir Putin’s most formidable opponent, according to rights group OVD-Info, as Russians continued to gather and lay … Read more

Model Halima Aden dazzles at New York Fashion Week  News

DUBAI: Model Halima Aden made a fashion statement at New York Fashion Week this week, from attending shows to walking runways.  She attended the Carolina Herrera show, held on the 40th floor of a downtown skyscraper, where 360-degree views of Manhattan served as the backdrop for the Fall/Winter collection. Aden chose a vibrant pink suit … Read more

One dead, five injured in New York subway shooting News

BEIRUT/PARIS: France has delivered a written proposal to Beirut aimed at ending hostilities with Israel and settling the disputed Lebanon-Israel frontier, according to a document seen by Reuters that calls for fighters including Hezbollah’s elite unit to withdraw 10 km (6 miles) from the border.The plan aims to end fighting between the Iran-backed Hezbollah and … Read more

Donald Trump defies judge, gives courtroom speech on tense final day of New York civil fraud trial News

NEW YORK: Barred from giving a formal closing argument, Donald Trump wrested an opportunity to speak in court at the conclusion of his New York civil fraud trial Thursday, unleashing a barrage of attacks in a six-minute diatribe before being cut off by the judge.

New York Times sues OpenAI, Microsoft for infringing copyrighted works News

JEDDAH: For most of the past two months, all eyes have turned to Gaza, the strip of land on the southern tip of ancient Palestine, as shells and missiles have flattened the land, displaced millions and injured and killed thousands. Due to restrictions on external reporting, much of the world’s view of these events has … Read more