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Israeli annexation and a history of broken American promises

23 June, 2020

Comment: Palestinian leaders have repeatedly gambled on the US to help them achieve their goals, to the detriment of the Palestinian people, writes Dalal Yassine.

Donors pledge $130 million to UNRWA for Covid-19 relief

23 June, 2020

UNRWA announced that its emergency coronavirus appeal for Palestinian refugees.

Qatar Charity donates $1.5 million to UNRWA

22 June, 2020

The contribution will assist UNWRA in the coastal enclave, whose work is conducted by 13,000 staff, most of whom are Palestinian refugees themselves.

Syria Insight: Suweida's autonomy threatened by new economic uncertainties

22 June, 2020

Suweida has enjoyed a great degree of autonomy from regime rule during the war, but the dire economic situation in Syria is hitting home.

Lebanese activist Kinda el-Khatib accused of 'spying for Israel'

20 June, 2020

Another activist has been arrested by Lebanese authorities and accused of conspiring with Israel, as the country cracks down on free speech

Refugees face a 'pandemic of poverty’, UN warns

20 June, 2020

Refugees are facing Covid-19 challenges that have triggered poverty, UN's Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said on World Refugee Day.

Syrian refugees urge UN to solve crisis

20 June, 2020

On World Refugee Day, Syrians have urged the United Nations to resolve their country's crisis and facilitate a safe return home.

Ethiopian worker found dead in employer's home

19 June, 2020

An Ethiopian domestic worker was found dead in her employer's home in Lebanon.

To end colonial racism, fix Balfour's declaration

18 June, 2020

Comment: Remedying the pain caused by British colonial racism includes righting historical wrongs by promoting the birth of a Palestinian state, writes Rami Khouri.

Ethiopian domestic workers abandoned as Lebanon's economy flatlines

18 June, 2020

Ethiopian domestic workers are being thrown onto the streets by their Lebanese employers, who can no longer afford to pay them.

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