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Strong wind 'not main reason' for Suez ship grounding

27 March, 2021

The head of Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority, Osama Rabie, has ruled out strong wind as the main cause for the grounding of the giant Ever Given cargo ship.

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.

US pledges 15 million to Palestinians affected by coronavirus

26 March, 2021

“This urgent, necessary aid is one piece of our renewed commitment to the Palestinian people.”

Half of Israelis fully vaccinated, Palestinians lag

25 March, 2021

Human rights groups and some Democratic US lawmakers have called on Israel to offer vaccines to all Palestinians in the territories under Israeli control.

Philippines probes immigration officers over trafficking women to Syria

24 March, 2021

Philippines Senator Risa Hontiveros, who is leading the inquiry, said the country's own immigration officers seemed to be sending the women "into slavery".

Dubai's deputy ruler Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid dies

24 March, 2021

Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who served as the UAE's finance minister since 1971, had been in poor health for several months.

Sudan accepts UAE offer to mediate on Ethiopia dam

23 March, 2021

Khartoum had previously welcomed mediation from the EU, UN, US and the African Union but the proposal was rejected by Ethiopia.

Poll: Fatah, Hamas face headwinds ahead of Palestinian vote

23 March, 2021

A new poll indicates both Palestinian factions are likely to fall short of a parliamentary majority.

Burj Khalifa construction company files for bankruptcy

22 March, 2021

Arabtec Holding and four of its subsidiaries have submitted bankruptcy filings at a court in Dubai.

Why Turkey wants Biden to salvage the JCPOA

22 March, 2021

Analysis: As divisions grow among Washington's partners, Turkey will likely stand in the camp of states that see the JCPOA's survival as serving both their national interests and regional stability.

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