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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.

World reacts to 'historic' Israel-UAE deal

14 August, 2020

Here is how the world reacted to the US-brokered deal which saw Israel and the UAE agreeing to normalise relations.

Beirut blast: 2,750 tonnes of government negligence

13 August, 2020

Comment: The rubble currently occupying large swathes of the city has turned Beirut's famous resilience into something more palpable: rage, writes Justin Salhani.

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.

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?

Islamic State threat 'growing' in west Syria

13 August, 2020

Conditions in the region controlled by Syrian regime are now "as bad or worse" than they were leading up to the rise of IS, the general warned.

Arab tribal leader urges armed resistance against SDF

12 August, 2020

In an interview with a pro-regime news site, Nuwaf Al-Bashir claimed that tribesmen were ready to launch an armed resistance against the SDF.

Israel says foiled cyber attack on its defence firms

12 August, 2020

Israel says it has foiled an attempted cyber attack by a foreign group targeting the country's defence manufacturers.

Beirut: The feeling of being buried alive

12 August, 2020

Comment: Even before this disaster Lebanon's greedy and corrupt elite had made life unlivable, now they are burying us alive, writes Carmen Geha.

Greece-Egypt maritime deal aims to shackle Turkey's Mediterranean designs

12 August, 2020

Analysis: The pact between Athens and Cairo is part of a wider regional battle for influence in the Mediterranean.

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