James Brownsell is Managing Editor of The New Arab. He has reported from London, Qatar, the occupied Palestinian territories, the US, Kenya and Mogadishu. Follow him on Twitter: @jamesbrownsell
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Sailors may be a famously superstitious bunch, but the Navy's chaplaincy service attempts to minister to their spiritual development, even during times of warfare, writes James Brownsell.
Exclusive access to the USS Dwight D Eisenhower was granted to The New Arab as the ship spearheads the US-led coalition's fight against the Islamic State group.
Despite overall cut to cartel's output, Iran will be allowed to increase its oil output by 90,000 barrels per day.
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Comment: A fist-fight in the European Parliament leaves a leading anti-immigration politician in hospital, while the UK government steers course towards a profoundly illiberal future for Britain, writes James Brownsell.
Steven Woolfe, of Britain's UKIP party, was involved in 'an altercation' at a meeting of fellow MEPs.