Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, commonly known as Ben Ali was a long-serving Tunisian president between 1987 and 2011 when he was ousted as a result of a coup
So-called deepfakes are getting more and more sophisticated, with commentators voicing fears that the technology, which started with online pornography, could impact the political realm and take fake news to another level. A new tool presented by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology already allows for the production of fakes on the spot.
Russian UFC star Alexandra Albu has complained about trashy pictures coming in torrents to her inbox, which she checks herself, stressing she enjoys the freedom of leading her accounts personally as well as keeping in touch with regular fans seeking her advice and attention.
Earlier in the day, the United Arab Emirates stated that it would take part in a US-led maritime coalition that also includes Australia, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom.
The day before, the Saudi Defence Ministry organised a news conference to show journalists what it described as an Iranian cruise missile and Delta Wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
The Philippines president is famous for his harsh approach to combating crime, especially drug trafficking. He recently suggested that ordinary citizens should shoot "son of a b*tch" corrupt officials, when they start demanding a bribe, promising they won't be punished.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Riyadh asked Iraq’s national oil marketing company for 20 million barrels of crude to supply the country's stocks after an attack on Saudi Aramco facilities, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday citing two sources familiar with the matter.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) said that it has fined Google 100,000 roubles, or about $1,560, for overspreading illegal ads for financial services.