Top 5: A “terrorist cell” was raided in Jordan…and the Iranian government hacks the accounts of Iranian activists

From the security raids of a “terrorist cell” related to the killing of a Jordanian officer, and a CNN investigation that reveals the Iranian government’s hacking of activists’ accounts “to use it as evidence against them”, and a Saudi court punishes a citizen, her expatriate husband and others with 111 years in prison, and Twitter users vote for Elon Musk’s departure from network leadership, all the way to To what the Argentine national team fans did to the CNN reporter… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headlines of some of the most prominent stories from the Middle East and the world.

On Monday afternoon, the Jordanian authorities revealed the details of an operation carried out by the security services on Monday morning, to arrest suspects in the killing of Colonel Abdul Razzaq Al-Dalabeh, and mourned the killing of 3 of its security personnel during a raid on a “terrorist cell” in Ma’an Governorate.

A CNN investigation has revealed that the Iranian government is accessing activists’ social media accounts to use it as evidence against them. Among those activists is Nika Shakarami, the teenager whose death turned her into an icon during the protests.

The Saudi Public Prosecution revealed, on Monday, that 23 people, including a Saudi woman and her expatriate husband, had been sentenced to a total of 111 years in prison, after they were convicted on charges of “financial fraud, money laundering, forgery, and violating the systems of combating information crimes and combating concealment.”

Twitter users voted for the new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, to step down as CEO of the social network, which has been facing a dilemma regarding its future since its acquisition.

Argentina won the 2022 World Cup, after defeating France on penalties in one of the most exciting finals in recent sports memory. CNN’s Stefano Pozzibon in Buenos Aires followed the reactions of thousands of fans after the match.

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