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Israel normalisation: A rupture between regimes and Arab societies

17 September, 2020

The pacts with Israel reveal an unbridgeable gulf between Arab societies and the repressive regimes that rule over them.

China hails Xinjiang 'jobs success' as condemnation mounts

17 September, 2020

Beijing claims to have improved life in the northwestern region but human rights groups and Western countries say at least a million are held captive in 'concentration camps'.

Sudan's democratic transition still at risk of counter-revolutionary meddling

16 September, 2020

Comment: The reforms enacted in Sudan do not represent the immediate demands of protesters, and instead signal interference of UAE as a counter-revolutionary force, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

HRW urges Lebanon donors to ensure aid reaches beneficiaries

16 September, 2020

The rights watchdog said funds shouldbe disbursed directly to those in need and to organisations able to distribute aid immediately and transparently.

Syrian refugees in Jordan transferred to desert camp

16 September, 2020

Amnesty International is calling on Jordan to stop transferring Syrian refugees to a desert region of Syria.

UAE-linked weapons company wins German government contract

16 September, 2020

A UAE-linked weapons manufacturing company has landed a lucrative German defence ministry contract.

UN experts demand release of Algerian journalist

16 September, 2020

The UN has called for the release of Algerian journalist Khaled Drareni.

Saudi Arabia 'holding 16,000 Ethiopian migrants' in detention facility

16 September, 2020

Ethiopian migrants in Saudi Arabia allege they have been beaten and mistreated in Saudi prisons.

UK to open first 'migrant camp' in Kent

16 September, 2020

The UK Home Office has been criticised over plans to house some 400 asylum seekers in disused army barracks near the south coast while their applications are being processed

Riyadh allowed raunchy Netflix shows for anti-Saudi episode's removal

15 September, 2020

Saudi Arabia allowed sexually explicit Netflix shows to stream domestically in exchange for the company's removal of a satire show's episode that criticised the kingdom.

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