From the visit of the most senior American general to the American forces in Syria amid the condemnation of Damascus, and the Jordanian Royal Court announcing the wedding date of the king’s daughter, Princess Iman, and the arrest of two diplomats and expatriates on charges of corruption in Saudi Arabia, through the testing of Ukrainian pilots of F-16 fighter jets in the United States, up to the clashes. In Greece, after the two trains collided… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headlines of some of the most prominent stories from the Middle East and the world.
The most senior US general visits US forces in Syria amid condemnation from Damascus
The chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, visited northeastern Syria on Saturday, amid an official protest by the Syrian government.
The Jordanian Royal Court announces the date of the wedding of Princess Iman, daughter of King Abdullah
The Jordanian Royal Court announced, on Sunday, the date of the marriage of Princess Iman, daughter of the Jordanian monarch, King Abdullah II, to Jamil Alexander Termitos, on March 12.
Saudi Arabia.. Two diplomats and expatriates arrested on charges of corruption
An official source in the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced, on Sunday, the arrest of a number of employees of the Ministry of Interior and two Saudi diplomats on charges of involvement in corruption cases, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
Sources to CNN: Ukrainian pilots are in the United States to test-fly F-16 fighters
Three informed sources told CNN that the United States is working with Ukrainian pilots in the United States to determine how long it will take to train them to fly F-16 fighter jets.
Clashes in Athens in protest of the fatal train collision…and the prime minister apologizes
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has apologized for one of the country’s worst train accidents in years, saying “we cannot, and we will not, hide behind human error.”