From the Israeli police firing stun grenades at protesters against Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, and the details of the IAEA report on the presence of uranium in Iran approaching the levels of making a nuclear bomb, and the first scenes of two trains colliding in Greece, passing through what we know about the new president of Nigeria who faced allegations of corruption and is called With “The King Maker”, leading to the revelation by a famous British singer that his wife had a tumor during her pregnancy… 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.
Dramatic confrontations between police and protesters took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Wednesday, as police fired stun grenades and Israelis blocked roads in protest of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s moves to weaken the judiciary.
Particles of uranium enriched to near bomb-grade levels have been found at an Iranian nuclear facility, according to the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency, as the United States has warned that Tehran’s ability to build a nuclear bomb is accelerating.
Drone footage shows the initial scene in the town of Tempe, in the Larissa region, central Greece, where more than 36 people were killed and more than 85 injured after a passenger train carrying 350 people collided with another freight train.
The Nigerian Election Commission announced on Wednesday that the ruling party’s candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, won the presidential elections
Ed Sheeran revealed that his wife, Sherri Seaborn, had a tumor while pregnant with their second child. The British singer-songwriter said a series of events, early last year, had changed his life, his mental health and the way he viewed music and art.