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Analysis - Shireen Abu Akleh
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In-depth: The decision not to investigate the Palestinian journalist's killing reflects a culture of impunity for the systemic violence required to maintain Israel's military occupation.
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The New Arab Voice is our bi-weekly podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.
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In depth: Annsar Shahhoud and Professor Uğur Ümit Üngör recently brought to light the massacre of 41 Syrian civilians in the Tadamon district of Damascus in April 2013. Here, they talk to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed about their research and its implications.
Analysis - Gaza war
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In-depth: One year on from Israel's brutal military assault on Gaza, the political, military, and human costs of the war still cast a shadow over the besieged coastal enclave.
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In-depth: Shocking video evidence of the Tadamon massacre reinforces the need for accountability for war crimes in Syria, but it has been met with silence by the international community.
Analysis - Algeria Independence war
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In-depth: In their attempts to quell Algerian resistance, French forces used systematic sexual violence against Algerian women, who have carried the traumatic memory of colonisation on their bodies for decades.
elbit police shenstone
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In the West Midlands, weapons maker Elbit Systems UK is countering efforts led by Palestine Action to expose its purported links to Israeli state violence in the Palestinian territories through leafleting and local WhatsApp groups.
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In-depth: As Palestinians around the world mark 74 years since the Nakba, residents in Masafer Yatta are fighting to stop one of the largest Israeli displacements in decades.
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The New Arab Voice is our bi-weekly podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.
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In late 2019, a financial crisis led Lebanese banks to block most depositors from withdrawing or transferring U.S. dollars. But the central bank governor’s son was able to move more than $6.5 million overseas, leaked documents show.