From preventing Turkish fans from entering stadiums after chanting slogans against the government, and the Jordanian Foreign Minister warns in statements to CNN of a “complete cycle of violence” between Palestinians and Israelis in the event that the goals of the “Aqaba Summit” are not achieved, and the latest developments in the situation in Bakhmut, Ukraine, with Wagner’s attempts to surround the forces Ukrainian, passing through Washington’s deadline for federal institutions before banning “Tik Tok” amid Chinese anger, leading to the reason for Elon Musk’s return to occupying first place in the list of the richest in the world… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headlines of some of the most prominent diverse stories from the Middle East and the world .
Fans of Turkey’s Fenerbahçe soccer team, who chanted anti-government slogans, were denied entry to the stadium during a weekend match in the central city of Kayseri, according to a statement from the team on Tuesday.
Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi revealed, in an interview with CNN, in which he was interviewed by colleague Becky Anderson, the dangers that may result from not achieving the goal of restoring peace through the “Aqaba Summit,” stressing that this may lead to “a whole new cycle of violence.” Which could mean a complete collapse and could mean large-scale confrontations.”
The commander of the ground forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Colonel Oleksandr Sersky, said on Tuesday that the situation in the Bakhmut region in eastern Ukraine is “very tense” at the present time, as the “most trained Wagner offensive units” are being pushed into the Russian offensive.
China objected to the US government’s latest action against TikTok, after ordering the app to be removed from federal agencies within thirty days.
Businessman Elon Musk regained his position as the richest man in the world, according to “Bloomberg”, on Monday, a year after he was removed from this position.
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