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  • Will deep-fake technology destroy elections?
    06:06 pm By Jennifer Finney Boylan
    Chaos would ensue if a doctored video of a politician appeared the day before a vote without giving enough time to refute the fraud
  • Turning a new leaf this autumn
    06:05 pm Mick O’Reilly , Foreign Correspondent
    If you cut down a wonderful fruit-bearing tree or fail to see the beauty of it, then you are shallow of heart and light in depth
  • Closure of the US consulate in East Jerusalem
    06:03 pm By James J. Zogby, Special to Gulf News
    The disingenuous part was Pompeo’s claim that this move had no political meaning since it was merely a cost-saving measure
  • October 22, 1988: Windies win Champions Trophy
    06:01 pm Abdul Kareem, Head of Archive
    Giant paceman Curtly Ambrose bowls the West Indians to a narrow 11-run victory over Pakistan
  • These extremists have no interest in peace and deserve no place at any negotiating table
  • Innocent until proven otherwise
    05:52 pm By Tariq A. Al Maeena, Special to Gulf News
    The innuendos and the misinformation campaign launched against Saudi Arabia suggest a deep-rooted bias against the kingdom
  • Those light bulb moments in our lives
    Oct 20, 2018 Padmini B. Sankar, Special to Gulf News
    If I catch any guest looking askance at the ceiling, I just tell them that this is the latest avant-garde look in lighting
  • October 21, 2003: Dubailand project is unveiled
    Oct 20, 2018 Abdul Kareem, Head of Archive
    Government to spend Dh2.6 billion in first phase to develop project’s infrastructure
  • Decisive moment for our wetlands and our future
    Oct 20, 2018 By Martha Rojas Urrego
    The Ramsar Convention, which kicks off in Dubai on Sunday, is the only international treaty that focuses on wetlands
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    Oct 20, 2018 Amjad Rasmi
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  • Rising rates are a sign of a healthy economy, something Trump should be happy about
  • Europe and Asia ally against ‘America First’
    Oct 20, 2018 By Andrew Hammond | Special to Gulf News
    Both sides have strong common political and economic interests, and Brussels wants to develop a European-centric alternative to China’s massive Belt and Road project
  • Tormentor in the newsroom
    Oct 19, 2018 By Malavika KamarajuFeatures Editor
    How one of independent India’s most powerful editors fell from grace in wake of the #MeToo movement
  • October 20, 2003: Abdullah given award
    Oct 19, 2018 Abdul Kareem, Head of Archive
    Shaikh Mohammad presented the e-business pioneering award to King Abdullah II of Jordan in appreciation for his leading role in supporting e-business in Jordan
  • Will the ICC finally prosecute Israel?
    Oct 19, 2018 By As’ad Abdul Rahman, Special to Gulf News
    US threats to the Palestinian Authority for seeking to punish Israel through the court came after the case dossier was submitted for investigation
  • Habits that are hard to break
    Oct 19, 2018 Cheryl Rao | Special to Gulf News
    It is the awareness of the luxury of our circumstance as retirees who can linger over the newspapers that makes me feel good