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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) and Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan attend a signing ceremony regarding the agreements between the two countries at the Presidential Complex in Ankara, on November 24, 2021
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Analysis: Amid a trend of de-escalation, Turkey and the UAE are repairing broken ties. But while economic relations are driving the rapprochement, political differences remain.
Students stage a demonstration demanding Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (IKRG) to resume issuing their monthly stipends in Suleymaniyah, Iraq on November 23, 2021. [Getty]
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In-depth: Students in Iraq's Kurdistan region are demanding financial aid from their government, as they continue to face deteriorating economic conditions and the oppressive and often brutal rule of authorities.
Eastern Ghouta Syria
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Analysis: The bloc's unity regarding the Assad regime's illegitimacy has weakened in recent years, driven in part by right-wing member states who view Syria's war through the prism of migration.