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The erasure of Yarmouk refugee camp

14 August, 2020

Bombed, starved and besieged, Palestinian residents of Yarmouk refugee camp now face being permanently displaced as the Assad regime expropriates their homes.

#Don't_Execute: viral campaign to stop Iran protester hangings

14 August, 2020

A rare viral internet campaign urging Iran not to execute men detained over anti-government protests has halted their executions, but has not prevented death sentences altogether.

Saudi ex-spy chief's lawsuit spotlights secret power plays

14 August, 2020

A lawsuit filed in the US by a former Saudi spy chief makes a number of disturbing accusations against the secretive kingdom.

HTS detains American journalist Bilal Abdul Kareem in Syria

14 August, 2020

Bilal Abdul Kareem's arrest is linked to the case of Tauqir Sharif, an aid worker detained by the powerful jihadist group in June.

Saudi Arabian King Salman arrives in NEOM for 'rest'

13 August, 2020

The Saudi King arrived in the NEOM economic zone for 'rest and relaxation,' as killed, evicted tribes call for an end of the megacity development.

Rabaa wasn't just a coup, but a totalitarian beginning

13 August, 2020

Comment: Seven years after the massacre, it's clear that the violence at Rabaa marked the dawn of a new era ruled by fear and state control, writes Sam Hamad.

Lebanon lawmakers back emergency powers assumed after deadly blast

13 August, 2020

Lebanon's parliament voted overwhelmingly for a two-week state of emergency, giving the military broad powers to crack down on protests following the devastating blast in capital Beirut.

What a Biden-Harris ticket means for the Middle East

13 August, 2020

America's strategy in the Middle East has failed. But can a Biden presidency repair it?

Palestinian-American family stranded by coronavirus in Gaza return home

12 August, 2020

Florida couple were finally able to return to the US after being stuck in Gaza due to Covid-19.

Italy must pressure Egypt over fate of imprisoned student

12 August, 2020

Comment: Italy should be doing much more to secure the release of researcher Patrick Zaky, who might otherwise face a similar fate to murdered student Giulio Regeni, writes Dario Sabaghi.

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