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Sudanese women march in Khartoum to mark International Day for Eliminating Violence against Women, in the first such rally held in the northeast African country in decades, on November 25, 2019.
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In-depth: Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s resignation reflects the deep challenges facing Sudan’s democratic transition following a military coup last year.
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In-depth: In an increasingly commercialised Egyptian society, Westernised celebrations of Christmas on December 25th are marginalising the traditional Coptic Orthodox Christmas of January 7th in the public sphere.
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Norwegian Ambassador Juul speaks about the priorities of her country for the presidency of the month, which include issues related to women, peace and security, climate, protection of civilians and peace diplomacy.
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In-depth: The blatant Islamophobia targeted against Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar shows no sign of stopping as anti-Muslim speech becomes increasingly normalised within the Republican Party.
Palestinian artists draw a mural of Hisham Abu Hawash, a Palestinian prisoner who ended his hunger strike after Israel committed to his eventual release, in Gaza City on January 5, 2022
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In-depth: Before Hisham Abu Hawash ended his 141-day-long hunger strike, a wave of protests swept Palestine to denounce his treatment by Israeli authorities. According to activists on the ground, they have the potential to grow.
Israeli ambassador Tzipi Hotovely
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In-depth: The New Arab for the first time reveals what was said in the room when Tzipi Hotovely, the Israeli ambassador to the UK, attended an LSE debating society event in November.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu speaks to members of the Africa Foundation at The Explorers Club May 24, 2005 in New York City
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In-depth: Obituaries and editorials that praised Tutu's honesty and moral clarity regarding apartheid in South Africa have erased his staunch support for Palestine.
A picture taken on February 15, 2020, shows a mural inspired by the 2011 Syrian uprising in the deserted city of Kafranbel, south of Idlib city in the eponymous northwestern Syrian province, amid an ongoing pro-regime offensive
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In-depth: War crimes in the Syrian conflict have been documented and archived almost exclusively by independent researchers. These one-time amateurs are now paving the way for a new brand of accountability.
An Egyptian flag flutters at the Egyptian embassy on July 8, 2005 in Baghdad, Iraq.
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In-depth: Over the past decade, around 130 Egyptians have faced trial under infamous decades-old blasphemy laws.
Orthodox Christians attend Palm Sunday mass at the Saint Porfirios church in Gaza City April 13, 2014.
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In-depth: Dating back to the fourth century, the Palestinian Christian community is at risk of disappearing in Gaza.