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Coronavirus surges across Arab world despite vaccine progress

01 April, 2021

Health authorities across the Arab world are reporting an alarming rise in coronavirus infections as the fasting month of Ramadan approaches.

India’s Gulf workers in Covid-19 reverse migration chaos

31 March, 2021

Migrant workers from India have helped build Gulf economies, but many have fallen victim to the Covid-19 crisis.

Jordan warns public as over 600,000 coronavirus cases recorded

31 March, 2021

Jordan has urged the public be more active in stopping the spread of coronavirus as it records more than 600,000 cases.

Donors pledge more than $6 billion to Syria crisis

31 March, 2021

A conference to raise money for humanitarian aid for Syria has secure just over half what it hoped to secure.

Donors face $10bn aid appeal at Syria conference

30 March, 2021

Germany led the way at a two-day video conference by vowing to contribute 1.74 billion euros ($2 billion), ahead of $600 million from the United States.

UN warns UK about potential aid cut to Syria

26 March, 2021

The UN's humanitarian aid chief has warned the UK against making a massive cut to aid to Syria, saying that such a move would "bite us all tomorrow".

Israel delays approving Jordanian request for water

26 March, 2021

A Jordanian request for water from Israel has been green-lighted by a joint committee, but put on hold by Israeli PM Netanyahu, amid increasing tensions between the two countries.

Jordan clamps down on Arab Spring anniversary protests

25 March, 2021

Hundreds have been arrested in Jordan as protestors take to the streets to mark ten years since the Arab Spring uprisings.

Humanity's historic test

25 March, 2021

Comment: As tempting as vaccine nationalism may be for policymakers, it is ultimately a self-defeating approach. Leaders should pursue a comprehensive, coordinated global response instead, writes Carl Bildt.

Jordanian nurses union complains of foreign hires

24 March, 2021

Jordanian nurses have complained that foreign nurses are being hired by the private sector, while many remain unemployed in the kingdom.

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