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Conspiracyland Season 3 — "The Secret Lives and Brutal Death of Jamal Khashoggi" — is an eight episode series, hosted by Yahoo News' Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff, that investigates the grisly state-sponsored assassination of Saudi Arabia's most prominent journalist after he dared to criticize the country's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, or MBS. Isikoff has uncovered new details about the murder, including notes based on confessions by the assassins during sec ...
 
Andy Murphy uses his 12 years of experience working with VIP clients such as Saudi Arabian Royalty, TV producers & world-champions to give you a competitive edge in your business and life. Join him while he uses his wisdom to interview world-class entrepreneurs, internet marketers, martial artists, Ironmen, Forex experts, and copywriters, from around the world.
 
Two Saudi sisters - separated by age and culture - discover that even though they are half a world apart they have something in common. They both became actors. Join Aixa and Ida for conversations about family, culture, and working in the arts as BIPOC women, in the very different worlds of Canada and Saudi Arabia.
 
A brand new podcast from The New Arab, a leading English-language website based in London covering the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, and Arab and Muslim affairs around the world, bringing you news, culture, and lifestyle from these regions and beyond. Mirroring our diverse coverage, the podcast combines storytelling and news analysis to bring our listeners something familiar yet new. Visit our website for more quality journalism: thenewarab.co.uk
 
“Pod Save America” cohost Tommy Vietor thought foreign policy was boring and complicated until he got the education of a lifetime working for President Obama’s National Security Council. On “Pod Save the World,” he and former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes break down the latest developments and bring you behind the scenes with the people who were there. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
The Darkened Hour will host interviews with the leading experts in their fields relating to the September 11th 2001 attacks. Content will also expand to fields relating to said event with invigorating, rational discussions surrounding many topics. Areas such as Middle East History, the history of the Intelligence Community (foreign & domestic), U.S-Israel-Saudi geo-politics, and the psychological characteristics of those involved with terrorism and the political sphere,. The Road To 9/11 wit ...
 
From Russian tragedies to Australian comedies, via Emirati slam poetry and Saudi science fiction, our appetite for words knows no bounds. In our day jobs at the Emirates Literature Foundation, you'd normally find us planning the next Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, but the rest of the time we're guessing whodunnit, debating the ultimate feel-good novel, or reading the stacks of books that line our office walls. As we are here in Dubai, one of the best connected cities in the world, ...
 
In Intelligence Matters, former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell, speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into co ...
 
Each week Andrew Parasiliti, president of the award-winning news site Al-Monitor, and Amberin Zaman, Al-Monitor’s Senior Correspondent, interview newsmakers, journalists and thought leaders from the US and Middle East about the latest news and trends in the region. Andrew has been writing about, and traveling in, the Middle East for over three decades, meeting and interviewing the region’s top political and civil society leaders. Since obtaining his PH.D from Johns Hopkins University, he has ...
 
بودكاست يحاول جمع جميع الأهداف الخاصة بنادي الهلال السعودي خلال هذهـ السنة بـ دوري زين السعودي 2012/2012 باللإضافة إلى دوري أبطآل آسيا .. و كل ما هو هلالي .. :) On Twitter : @alhilalpodcast @Turki_BN_Nassar
 
Each week, Foreign Policy’s Amy Mackinnon, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship podcast First Person.
 
Conversations between a daughter, Jane Craigie, and her father, Iain Craigie. Iain spent a career in Intelligence from the late 1950s until the early 2000s, living in the UK, Cyprus, India, Turkey, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia and Labuan. The podcast covers the technology used, the methods of spying, the targets, the relevance of place and time and the historical context. The observations and intrigues of a life in surveillance make compelling listening, as well as what it was like having an adve ...
 
Shaikh belongs to the Indian city of Hyderabad and attended his early education from Jamiah Mohammadiah Mansoora Malegaon, from where he attained his degree in Aalamiat and Fadheelat. Thereafter, Shaikh joined the renowned Islamic University of Madinah, and graduated from the Faculty of Shariah. Shaikh has been heavily involved in Dawah work in Saudi Arabia and working with Maktab Al-Jaaliat (Kilo 14), also known as Sharq Jeddah. Shaikh has excellent experience in Dawah and has been impartin ...
 
True Story Tent is a Middle East-based initiative that brings people together to share and listen to true personal stories. Without the aid of notes, every storyteller stands in front of an audience and shares one true story from their life. In this podcast, we share some of our favorites and speak to the storytellers to get a deeper insight into their stories.
 
Yoga, nutrition and health. And a little bit of banter! MJ is an American yoga teacher, girl next door type, with a Masters in both public health and international studies. Rawan is a proud Palestinian/Jordanian/Brit raised in Saudi and Bahrain with a Masters in nutrition.
 
When I look back on my ESL career in I wonder how I survived at all. It was of course a difficult experience, the easy experience is hardly worth your while. Worse than the regular, difficult teaching experience, is the difficult, Saudi teaching experience, and worse yet is the difficult, Saudi, female teaching experience.(Thanks to Mr McCourt for my intro).This podcast is aimed at female western language instructors living and working in the Middle East. Covering a range of topics from in a ...
 
Radical Contemporary is a creative platform and community organization based between Cairo, Egypt & Jeddah, Saudi Arabia for the sharing, discovery and appreciation of artistic and personal expression in the MENA region & beyond. Our motto is: "Learn something new everyday." Radicals are people who notice things. We are observers. Artists. Writers. Designers. Musicians. Filmmakers. Intellectuals. Cultural Producers. Dreamers. Thought-leaders. We’re a community of Creators - who know that you ...
 
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It’s extortion after all at Saudi Aramco. Controversy and investigation over alleged misuse of NSO Group’s Pegasus intercept tool continues. Warning of Chinese espionage from ANSSI, and China’s denunciation of all this kind of “baseless slander.” Phishing in Milanote. FIN7 resurfaces after the conviction of some key members. Dinah Davis from Arctic…
 
Daryl Davis, a Black blues musician and author, has spent many years forming relationships and talking about racism with KKK members. He explains his approach and if it's changed this past year. And, thousands of family members of 9/11 victims are pressuring the courts to release information they say will help determine whether Saudi Arabia had a r…
 
In the doldrums since May, cryptocurrency prices have started this week with a surge. Bitcoin rallied beyond $39,000 on Sunday, its highest level in four weeks. As Mobin Nasir reports, investors are being encouraged by reports of rising acceptance for cryptocurrencies among some of the world's biggest companies. For more on this, Gareth Cleverly jo…
 
The Olympics are under way after a rather subdued opening. Television ratings are down and the host nation Japan is taking a financial hit from the absence of spectators. But the Tokyo Games are still managing to produce some big winners. We spoke to Seijiro Takeshita in Shizuoka, Japan. He's a professor of management and information at the Univers…
 
Tunisia's president has sacked the prime minister and suspended parliament after violent protests broke out on Sunday. Although the move appears swift, President Kais Saied had warned of such action after more than a year of political disputes. The North African nation is grappling with an economic crisis, exacerbated by a failure to contain the co…
 
Host Robin Young remembers her neighbor and friend Priscilla McMillan. McMillan is known as the only person who knew both John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald. And, songbirds sick or dead from a mysterious illness have been reported in the eastern United States. Andy Kubis of The Allegheny Front reports.…
 
Kaseya isn’t saying where it got its REvil decryptor. Transportation services disrupted at two major South African ports by an unspecified cyber incident. Another company is mentioned as an alleged source of abused intercept tools as the controversy over NSO Group’s Pegasus software continues. Johannes Ullrich from SANS on supply chains, developmen…
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund is lending €25 million over 18 years to Ivoire Hydro Energy (IHE), which will build a 44MW hydro electricity generation plant on the Bandama River near the village …
 
Since the United States pulled its troops out of Afghanistan at the beginning of July, the Taliban have continued to retake vast swathes of the country. Reports have emerged that they are once again enforcing the same repressive practices of their past rule; including the closure of girls' schools, public beatings and a prohibition on women travell…
 
Lawrence Wilkerson, a retired United States Army Colonel and former chief of staff to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell who has also served as the associate director under the Director for Policy Planning, talks with us about the past, present and future of the United States foreign policy in the Middle East. The Neoconservative, Israel…
 
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Fareed sits down in a special in-person interview with King Abdullah II of Jordan. They discuss solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the King’s visit with President Biden, turmoil within the Jordanian royal family, and much more. Then, Dr. Tom Frieden, former CDC director, and Devi Sridhar, Professor of Public Health at the University of …
 
Paul Zimmerman from the ArchaeoTech podcast joins Chris and Rachel on their archaeological project in the high desert of Nevada. We talk about a dubious piece of Neanderthal art - I mean, art is art, right? We also look at a Nubian cathedral that was recently excavated. Finally, Paul helps us understand the Temple of the Winged Lions at Petra. He's…
 
With the recent onslaught of ransomware attacks across healthcare institutions, critical infrastructure, and the public sector, it's clear that ransomware isn’t going anywhere. But given how common ransomware attacks have become, how is it that we've been unable to put a stop to them? Companies often overlook the role that hardware security plays i…
 
Chief Product Officer at Cybint Solutions, Ingrid Toppelberg, shares her journey from consulting to bootcamp coach and cybersecurity education. As a young girl, Ingrid wanted to do everything from being a teacher to the head of the World Bank. After consulting for several years, Ingrid found cybersecurity. What she found fascinating about the cyber…
 
Guest Christopher Budd, Senior Global Threat Communications Manager at Avast, joins Dave to talk about some research his team did when they looked into a Reddit report saying their Avast folder was empty and other reports like it. The team found a new malware they’re calling “Crackonosh” in part because of some possible indications that the malware…
 
The Olympics are underway, and the authorities are on the alert for cyberattacks. Kaseya has a decryptor for the REvil ransomware, but it hasn’t said how it got the key. NSO Group says it’s not responsible for customer misuse of its Pegasus intercept tool. US policy toward Chinese cyber activities shows continuity, with some diplomatic intensificat…
 
We speak with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician Jackson Browne, whose new album "Downhill From Everywhere" drops Friday. And, Fox News premiered a PSA this week encouraging viewers to get vaccinated. The network still features hosts skeptical of the vaccine. The news comes as some GOP lawmakers have also started to encourage vaccination. NPR's Davi…
 
July marks the eighth anniversary of Black Lives Matter. Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Los Angeles' Black Lives Matter chapter, joins us. And, whether it's a wildfire or a condo collapse, a disaster services attorney and a survivor of the 2018 Camp Fire outline how to heal — physically and mentally — from such a sudden uprooting.…
 
In this weeks episode of The New Arab Voice, we start with a discussion about the recent revelations of Iranian plots to kidnap an American journalist and the ongoing protests happening in Khuzestan province. Then, we explore Lebanon's economic nightmare and ask how the country ended up in such a state and what the future holds for the country. And…
 
This week a year’s worth of rain fell in just three days in China’s Henan province, flooding roads and public transport systems, killing dozens and displacing thousands. Floods are common in China’s rainy season, but this event is being linked to the climate crisis. China is the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world – and many of its mos…
 
Djibouti is one of Africa's smallest nations with a population of just under a million people. It's also one of the continent's poorest, with the UN saying 79-percent of people live in poverty. But on the streets, there's a group of women keeping Djibouti's informal economy thriving. Motheo Khoaripe reports.#Djibouti #ForeignExchange #WomenInBusine…
 
After years of being at odds, the US and Germany have finally reached a deal over a pipeline to transport natural gas from Russia to Europe. Washington says Moscow wants to build the Nord Stream 2 to cut out Ukraine from the region's energy trade. It sees the project as a threat to the interests of the US and its allies. Despite these reservations,…
 
In the US, 14 states have reached a 26-billion dollar settlement deal with drug companies accused of fueling America's deadly opioid epidemic. It's the largest corporate settlement since Big Tobacco, and officials are hopeful the funds will help end the crisis that's led to half a million people dying of drug overdoses. Laila Humairah has more. For…
 
South Africa is facing its deepest political crisis of the post-apartheid era. Days of violence and looting saw more than 200 people killed and thousands arrested. Stephen Sackur speaks to Fikile Mbalula, the country's transport minister. Is the ANC government being confronted with its own failure?By BBC World Service
 
Unarmed crisis teams respond to suicide threats, substance abuse calls, welfare checks and other moments where a counselor — instead of a police officer — can de-escalate a situation. We check in with the country's first such crisis response program known as CAHOOTS. And, for many kids, going back to school means shopping for new supplies. But a nu…
 
Washington Post reporter Arelis R. Hernández has been following one Salvadoran woman who had been seeking asylum in the U.S. for more than a year. She shares Nancy's journey. And, Cuba is going through its largest protests against the government in half a decade. Professor Michael Bustamante gives us a primer on Cuban history from its time as a Spa…
 
China's economic recovery slowed significantly in the second quarter, amid rising prices and cooling manufacturing activity. GDP numbers showed 7.9-percent growth - a huge fall from the previous quarter. So what does this mean for the future of China's economy? Michelle Hennessy brings us this analysis. #China #GDPGrowth #Manufacturing…
 
For Syrians who've fled to new countries, the welcome is not always warm. But one refugee in the UK is winning hearts her with halloumi. After escaping the war with almost nothing, Razan Al-sous started a cheese company in Yorkshire. her now famous 'squeeky cheese' is winning awards globally. Our correspondent Sarah Morice has been to meet her. #Ch…
 
The Philippines is suffering one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in Southeast Asia. Most cases are concentrated in the capital Manila, which is one of the world's most congested cities. And there's no end in sight, with vaccination rates well behind its regional peers. As Paolo Montecillo reports, some residents have chosen to move out of the ci…
 
The gap between men and women in the workplace is widening around the world. According to the International Labour Organization, women have been hit harder than men by job losses during the coronavirus pandemic. And they're also having a harder time getting back to work. We got more from Emanuela Pozzan, a senior gender and non-discrimination speci…
 
In South Africa, the worst bout of violence and rioting in at least three decades has claimed at least 215 lives and jeopardised the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of people. The government estimates the economy has lost nearly three and a half billion dollars. The state's resources are already stretched thin as South Africa is in recession a…
 
Shares of Netflix have fallen after the video streaming giant revealed it lost hundreds of thousands of subscribers in the US and Canada, as more people emerged from lockdowns. So now it's attempting an entertainment industry hat-trick. Netflix has already changed the TV and movie landscapes. Now it wants to do the same for video games. It's part o…
 
On this episode of Dubai Works, we are joined with Leith Matthews, a Dubai based Entrepreneur. He launched his first business in Dubai in 2011 - MAKE Business Hub - the region’s first dedicated creative and entrepreneurial co-working cafe After selling MAKE Business Hub, then joined SNAPPCARD as co-founder to launch and grow the digital loyalty pla…
 
CISA warns of threats to industrial control systems, profusely illustrated with examples from recent history. Ransomware can be operated either in the course of privateering or as an APT side hustle. Security firms outline new and evolving threats and vulnerabilities. Reaction continues to the Pegasus Project’s reports on intercept tools. Joe Carri…
 
Over the past few weeks, deadly flooding rocked Germany and a blistering heat wave struck the American West. Professor Friederike Otto discusses climate change and extreme weather events. And, Sweden beat the U.S. women's soccer team in Tokyo on Wednesday. The U.S. team has a chance to recover with two upcoming games. NPR's Tom Goldman joins us wit…
 
A decade ago, Kyle MacDonald exchanged a paper clip for something a little more valuable, and so on and so on, until he had a home. His success went viral and inspired a fad, which gained traction during the pandemic. We talk to two college graduates with student loan debt who gave the trade-up fad a shot. And, the Milwaukee Bucks won the NBA Final…
 
Originally Posted On: https://www.digitalwildcatters.com/dug-permian-recap-and-oil-price-slide/ In Episode 22, Trisha Curtis and Ethan Bellamy discuss crude oil prices and the backslide to $66 as the market digests two negatives: the increased baseline allocation to the United Arab Emirates within OPEC and fears of the delta variant of COVID-19 red…
 
#314 Research Finds A New Trick To Telling If Someone Is Lying: Their Voice Liars, they are everywhere. From marketing, sales, people you meet on the street or even friends. In this episode, I show one tactic from a Forbes article that talks about the voice. I share another 4 ways to tell if people are lying to you and it is a skill that will keep …
 
This week, Foreign Policy Playlist recommends: The Atlas Obscura Podcast. Host Amy Mackinnon speaks with Atlas Obscura founder and host of The Atlas Obscura Podcast Dylan Thuras on travel storytelling and why certain stories go untold. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app or listen on this page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
Jeff Bezos's space travels aren't the only thing making headlines. The billionaire recently bought a half-a-billion dollar, 127-metre superyacht, built by Dutch company Oceanea. He's one of many splashing out and hitting the high seas in style. Kyoko Gasha has more on the superyacht buying boom and what's driving it. #LuxuryYachts #Wealth #Pandemic…
 
In Iraq, efforts to control a rise in COVID-19 cases are being stymied by the country's poor medical infrastructure. Years of conflict and government corruption have crippled facilities. There are just 250 hospitals in the entire country, and relief organisations say that's just a fraction of what Iraqis needed. Shoaib Hasan explains.#Iraq #Pandemi…
 
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