A Turkish court punishes those involved in smuggling Carlos Ghosn to Lebanon, and a Syrian defecting officer was sentenced to prison in Germany, and Iranian accusations against Arab countries for participating in the assassination of Qassem Soleimani, and Loujain Al-Hathloul’s sister explain her demands .. Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headings of some of the most prominent stories from the Middle East And the world.
A Turkish court sentenced the director of a private airline and two pilots to 4 years and two months in prison, Wednesday, for their role in smuggling former Japanese Nissan CEO, Carlos Ghosn, from Japan to Lebanon via Turkey in December 2019.
A German court issued its verdict against a former Syrian officer in connection with crimes against humanity, in the first trial of persons associated with the government in Damascus
The Iranian Chief of Staff, Major General Muhammad Baqeri, accused what he described as “Arab regimes” of participating in the killing of the commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, indicating that Tehran will provide these countries with documents in this regard, according to Fars IRA.
Alia, the sister of Loujain Al-Hathloul, a Saudi activist who was recently released by the Saudi authorities, said that the latter will enter the courtroom on Tuesday, March 2, from “Bab al-Ahrar,” as she put it.
Lucid Motors launched its luxury electric vehicle for a public offering after its merger with the private-purpose acquisition company, Churchill Capital Corp IV, in the largest deal so far between a company of its kind and an electric car company.