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Skandal Pelecehan Anak Guncang Citra Orban sebagai Pembela “Nilai-nilai Keluarga”

BUDAPEST — Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has for years told his country its children are under attack from deviant sexualities and pedophilia. Now, his government is embroiled in a scandal

Source: Child abuse scandal rattles Orban’s image as defender of ‘family values’

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Jaringan Toko Desak Tindakan untuk Hentikan Serangan Houthi di Laut Merah

JEDDAH: Global retail chains based in Europe urged the EU on Friday to take urgent steps to halt Houthi attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea that are disrupting international trade.

Missile and drone strikes by the Iran-backed militia since mid-November have forced shipping companies to reroute container vessels, disrupting supply chains for companies reliant on the Suez Canal to ship products from Asia to Europe and the US.

Source: Store chains urge action to halt Houthi attacks in Red Sea

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Macron Sebut Akui Negara Palestina “Bukanlah Hal Tabu” bagi Prancis

PARIS: President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that recognizing a Palestinian state was “not a taboo for France” in his first such comments since the start of the war in Gaza.
“The recognition of a Palestinian state is not a taboo for France,” he said at a joint press conference in Paris with Jordan’s King Abdullah.
His comments come after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected a plan for international recognition of such a state, following reports of such an initiative in The Washington Post.

Source: Macron says recognizing a Palestinian state ‘not a taboo’ for France

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Uni Eropa Akan Luncurkan Misi untuk Lindungi Pelayaran Laut Merah pada Hari Senin

BRUSSELS: EU foreign ministers will meet Monday in Brussels to formally launch a naval mission to help protect international shipping in the Red Sea against attacks from Yemen’s Houthis, officials said.
The Houthis, who control much of war-torn Yemen, have been attacking the vital shipping lane since November in a campaign they say is in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza amid the Israel-Hamas war.
An EU official said Friday that the bloc aims to have the mission — called Aspides, Greek for shield — up and running in a “few weeks” with at least four vessels.

Source: EU to launch mission to protect Red Sea shipping Monday

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Menlu Arab Saudi Bahas Gaza Selama Pertemuan Bilateral di Munich

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan on Friday met David Cameron, the UK’s foreign secretary, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.

The parties reviewed bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them, the Kingdom’s Foreign Ministry said.

They also discussed the latest developments in the Gaza Strip and its surrounding areas, and the international efforts being made to end the conflict.

Prince Faisal also held similar meetings with Melanie Joly and Mariya Gabriel, respective Canadian and Bulgarian foreign ministers.

Source: Saudi foreign minister discusses Gaza during bilateral meetings in Munich

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Rodgers Sebut Striker Israel Abada Bisa Tinggalkan Celtic Seiring Meningkatnya Tekanan

LONDON: Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says Israel international Liel Abada could leave the Scottish champions on loan following pro-Palestinian demonstrations by some of the club’s fans.
Abada will sit out the Scottish Premiership match against Kilmarnock on Saturday, having also missed the game against St. Mirren last week.
The 22-year-old has faced pressure in Israel because of the support for Palestinians among Celtic supporters.

Source: Rodgers says Israel striker Abada could leave Celtic as pressure mounts

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Komisi Teater dan Seni Pertunjukan Arab Saudi Rayakan Pengumuman Pertunjukan Opera Arab Pertama di London

LONDON: The Saudi Theater and Performing Arts Commission held an official ceremony on Friday at Goldsmiths Hall in London to initiate the production operations for “Zarqa Al-Yamama,” the first Arab opera show.

The event was attended by a number of officials, including Saudi and international creatives participating in the opera production.

The show tells the tale of Zarqa Al-Yamama, a renowned figure in Arab history during the pre-Islamic era, known for her blue eyes and unique ability to see from long distances.

Source: Saudi Theater and Performing Arts Commission celebrates announcement of first Arab opera show in London