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Despite the Pope's visit, uncertainty reigns over Mosul's fate

10 March, 2021

In-depth: Amid an outpouring of hope over Pope Francis' visit, much work is still needed to rebuild Mosul from the ruins of war and protect Iraq's Christian community.

Iraqis welcome Pope as 'messenger of unity'

06 March, 2021

Pope Francis used the imagery of the fabrics that make up a carpet to illustrate how Iraq's single churches, each a thread, make up the community and society.

Pope Francis in Iraq: A bridge of faith

04 March, 2021

In-depth: Pope Francis is making history with his trip to Iraq, bringing a message of solidarity to Iraqi Christians while forging a path of interfaith dialogue.

Bellingcat: Where technology meets investigative journalism

30 November, 2018

The New Arab Meets: Eliot Higgins, the British founder of the investigative journalism network Bellingcat, to talk more about what motivated him to start the website.

The Yazidis: What future for those who survived IS?

12 October, 2018

The New Arab Meets: Bushra and Bashida, two Yazidi sisters who share their stories on Islamic State group atrocities and researcher Barzan Barzani about future legal protection for the community.

Geologist who fought IS helps save Mosul city's antiquities

21 September, 2018

The New Arab Meets: Faisal Jeber to discuss the current state of the museum in Mosul, what he saw when it was first liberated and the work of his NGO.

The bombing has not stopped: Ghouta after the ceasefire

26 February, 2018

Civilians initially greeted news of a ceasefire with cautious optimism but the brutal bombing has not stopped, writes Gaja Pellegrini-Bettoli.

Beautifying Beirut: Making art out of garbage

24 November, 2017

Q&A: The once-neglected neighbourhood of Ouzai in Beirut has been transformed into a colourful artists' canvas by native Ayad Nasser, who hopes to inspire more grassroots projects in Lebanon.

Former Saudi spy: Lebanon’s crisis stems from Yemen

23 November, 2017

Indepth: The New Arab discussed with a former MI5 agent the reasons behind Saudi's reasons for pressuring Lebanon's delicate institutional balance.

Walking with Mashrou' Leila through the streets of Beirut

26 September, 2017

The New Arab walked with Mashrou' Leila through the streets of Beirut: a city of conflict and contradictions that made them who they are today.

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