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Saudi crown prince meets Bahrain king amid regional tour

26 November, 2018

Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince has met with the king of Bahrain in the second leg of his first tour abroad since the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Qatar bests Switzerland: This week in Middle East football

21 November, 2018

Qatar's national football team has emerged as the Middle Eastern nation to follow during the 2019 Asian Cup, writes Uri Levy.

The closure of Mauritania’s only Islamist scholars Training Centre

21 November, 2018

Analysis: The rising popularity of Islamist political groups is being seen as a threat to the continuing rule of the National Coalition for the Republic, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

Algeria using Mauritania to accelerate influence across Africa

20 November, 2018

Algeria has used a fissure in Mauritania-Morocco ties to open a niche for itself in north African economic and military affairs, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

Algeria president 'ignores' Morocco king's attempts to end rift

19 November, 2018

Algeria's president has ignored the king of Morocco's attempt to end to a long-running spat between the rival North African countries.

Indonesia's eco-theology: An Islamic environmental consciousness

08 November, 2018

A green, eco-centric approach to understanding Islamic teaching is revolutionising environmental protection in the world's most-populous Muslim-majority nation, reports Austin Bodetti.

Morocco king invites Algeria for 'direct and frank dialogue'

08 November, 2018

King Mohammed VI has expressed a willingness to consider Algerian suggestions to ending a decades-old political standoff between Rabat and Algiers.

UN renews Western Sahara mission ahead of talks

01 November, 2018

The resolution was adopted by a vote of 12 in favor in the 15-member council. Russia, Ethiopia and Bolivia abstained.

Slavery wasn't abolished, and you may be funding it

22 October, 2018

Comment: Many think of slavery as a thing of the past. They're wrong, writes Catherine Armstrong.

Four parties agree to Western Sahara talks

17 October, 2018

Morocco, Algeria, Mauritania and the Polisario Front have accepted a UN invitation to hold talks in December on ending the decades-old conflict in Western Sahara, the UN spokesman said Tuesday.

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