Raisi says hijab is the law in Iran as unveiled women face yoghurt attack

President Ebrahim Raisi said on Saturday that the hijab was the law in Iran after a viral video showed a man throwing yoghurt at two unveiled women in a shop near a holy Shi’ite Muslim city.

Pope Francis leaves hospital, saying Im still alive

Pope Francis has been discharged from the Rome hospital where he was treated for bronchitis, telling reporters: “I wasn’t frightened, I’m still alive.”

AI experts disown Musk-backed campaign

Four artificial intelligence experts have expressed concern after their work was cited in an open letter – co-signed by Elon Musk – demanding an urgent pause in research.

Man shot dead after grabbing Israeli cops gun: police

Police have described an incident in which a man was shot dead by Israeli officers near a mosque compound during Ramadan as a terrorist attack.

Top Ukraine cleric accused of glorifying Russian invasion appears in court

A top Ukrainian cleric from a church with alleged Moscow ties appeared in a court hearing on Saturday over accusations that he glorified invading Russian forces and stoked religious divisions.

Twitter shares some of its source code with public

Twitter has made source code – including the recommendations algorithm which controls the tweets users see on their timeline – available online to the public.

North Korea accuses Ukraine of having nuclear ambitions – KCNA

North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of leader Kim Jong Un, accused Ukraine of calling for nuclear weapons, state media KCNA reported on Saturday, basing her assertion on an online petition in that country that has drawn under 1,000 signatures so far.