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Amnesty sounds alarm over Bahrain, Kuwait coronavirus tracking apps

16 June, 2020

Highly invasive and unjustified surveillance tools are being used by Kuwaiti and Bahraini authorities to tackle Covid-19, Amnesty warned on Tuesday.

Saudi pro-Israel journalist stripped of nationality appeals to MbS

16 June, 2020

Pro-Israel journalist Hamid Al-Ghabin said his Saudi citizenship was withdrawn and appealed to Mohammed bin Salman for amnesty.

WTO condemns Saudi Arabia over pirate broadcaster beoutQ

16 June, 2020

The WHO backed Qatar's complaint about Saudi Arabia's illegal broadcast of Premier League games by channel beoutQ.

The threat of Israeli annexation: The American dimension

16 June, 2020

Comment: The US government has transcended its traditional role as accessory to that of full partner in Israel's illegal occupation of Palestine, writes Khalil E. Jahshan.

Egyptians stuck in Qatar lockdown fly home despite blockade

15 June, 2020

Egypt had initially 'refused' to repatriate its citizens stuck in Qatar amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Facing defeat, Haftar makes a transparent bid for peace

11 June, 2020

Comment: Sisi's counter-revolutionary track record and Haftar's war on Tripoli put their overtures to peace on very shaky ground, writes Sam Hamad.

Fears grow for Egypt's political prisoners as Covid-19 surges

11 June, 2020

Fears grow for political prisoners in Egypt's jails as Covid-19 spreads amid deplorable conditions.

Scores arrested in Bangladesh over Libya migrant massacre

10 June, 2020

Twenty-two suspected human traffickers have been arrested in Bangladesh, suspected of links to the deaths of 30 migrants in Libya.

Leading Bahrain rights activist Nabeel Rajab released from prison

09 June, 2020

Nabeel Rajab, who was imprisoned for a tweet he sent, has been allowed to serve the remainder of his sentence outside of prison.

Iran builds fake aircraft carrier to attack

09 June, 2020

The faux foe, seen in satellite photographs, resembles the Nimitz-class carriers that the US Navy routinely sails into the Persian Gulf from the Strait of Hormuz.

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