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Female activist Kinda Khatib indicted for 'spying for Israel'

03 September, 2020

A military court in Lebanon has indicted political activist Kinda Khatib on charges of spying for Israel.

Arab artists boycott UAE after Israel deal

03 September, 2020

A number of Arab artists have withdrawn from Emirati-run exhibitions and competitions in opposition to last month's agreement to normalise ties with Israel.

Jordan to reopen main airport following six-month coronavirus shutdown

02 September, 2020

The Jordanian Information Minister has announced the reopening of Queen Alia International Airport from September 8, after it was shut down over coronavirus fears in March.

Spurned by allies, Saudi rethinks chequebook diplomacy

02 September, 2020

Saudi Arabia is 'seeking to end the perception of being an ATM' for its neighbours, as the dual economic impact of the coronavirus and low oil prices begins to bite

Fear of coronavirus is triggering child stress in Syria

02 September, 2020

A mental health crisis is unfolding in Syria and other countries, with stress levels among children skyrocketing due to Covid-19 fears.

Kuwait: Israeli planes not allowed in our airspace

02 September, 2020

Kuwait reportedly denied rumours that Israeli flights bound for the UAE would cross through its airspace.

UAE deal allows Jewish prayers at Al-Aqsa compound: report

01 September, 2020

A clause of the UAE-Israel agreement changes the sensitive status of Al-Aqsa compound and may have 'people of all faiths' praying there.

Hamas chief heads to Beirut for Palestinian factions meeting

01 September, 2020

Ismail Haniyeh's return to Beirut comes after 27 years.

Iran's Khamenei says UAE-Israel deal 'betrayed' Muslim world

01 September, 2020

"I hope the Emiratis soon wake up and compensate for what they have done," the Iranian supreme leader said.

Pompeo failed to replicate UAE-Israel deal, here's why

31 August, 2020

Comment: Pompeo's failure to garner more UAE-style normalisation agreements suggests that Arab public opinion still counts for something, writes Rami Khouri.

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