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Taking stock of the anti-Qatar blockade three years later

05 June, 2020

As the Gulf crisis enters its fourth year, fake news and hostile narratives run rife in the region hindering attempts to salvage the GCC's fractured relations.

Sudanese raped in sit-in massacre wait for justice

03 June, 2020

Dozens of women who were raped during the brutal dispersal of a Khartoum sit-in camp one year ago are forced to wrestle with their trauma alone.

Sudan's Hamdok vows 'retribution' for victims of Khartoum massacre

03 June, 2020

The transitional authorities have formed a committee to probe the massacre but have yet to announce its findings.

Sudan protesters rally one year after bloody crackdown

03 June, 2020

Sudanese protesters took to the streets on the anniversary of the bloody crackdown, in which men in military fatigues killed at least 128 people.

Sudan appoints new defence chief amid tensions with Ethiopia

03 June, 2020

Sudan has appointed a new defence minister amid tensions with Ethiopia over an attack by an Ethiopian militia group in Al-Qadarif province.

Sudan summons Ethiopia’s envoy over cross-border attack

30 May, 2020

Sudan summoned Ethiopia's diplomat over a cross-border attack allegedly carried by a militia backed by Ethiopia's army.

UN extends South Sudan arms embargo through May 2021

30 May, 2020

The United Nations has extended an arms embargo in South Sudan after an intensification of fighting.

Lebanon arrests Sudanese attempting to 'illegally cross' Israeli border

30 May, 2020

A group of Sudanese men were caught trying to enter Israel through its border with Lebanon, authorities said, the latest in a growing number of attempted crossings.

The Middle East at war with coronavirus: Top stories

29 May, 2020

Algeria extends lockdown measures in 44 provinces, while Turkey eases lockdown restrictions as mosques reopen for mass prayers. Here are your most important coronavirus updates from the Middle East.

Digital diplomacy could reshape politics in the Middle East

29 May, 2020

Could digital diplomacy be the answer to inequality and war in the Middle East?

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