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Iranian man dies following 'police torture' on Mashhad street

25 October, 2020

Mehrdad Sepehri was killed after being tied to a metal pole in the street and assaulted by a policeman, triggering outrage in Iran.

Imperialism, patriarchy and the history of Palestinian LGBTQ activism

18 August, 2020

The New Arab Meets: Palestinian scholar Dr. Sa'ed Atshan to discuss his new book 'Queer Palestine and the Empire of Critique'.

China-Iran proceed with $400 billion deal despite US opposition

14 July, 2020

Beijing and Tehran are likely to go ahead with a far-reaching, 25 year deal despite staunch US opposition.

Iraq Olympic football team goalkeeper found dead in car

11 July, 2020

Karrar Ibrahim was found dead in his car in the Al-Saadoun area of the capital Baghdad on Friday, authorities confirmed.

US pushes for 'indefinite' Iran arms embargo

01 July, 2020

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is urging the UN Security Council to extend an arms embargo against Iran indefinitely, as Russia and China express opposition.

George Floyd murder trial set for next year

30 June, 2020

A Minneapolis judge on Monday set the trial date for four ex-police officers charged in the murder of George Floyd.

Israeli soldier killed during raid on Palestinian village

12 May, 2020

Israeli forces have stormed the Palestinian village of Yaabad following the killing of a soldier who was hit by a rock thrown from a building.

Freezing weather compounds crisis for the displaced in Syria

15 February, 2020

Freezing winter in Syria's Idlib province has contributed to at least ten deaths.

Palestinians hit the streets to protest Trump's peace plan

31 January, 2020

Palestinian protesters across the West Bank were engulfed by tear gas as Israeli soldiers clamped down on the demonstrations.

Desperate Iraqi youth renew protests to reclaim their homeland

26 October, 2019

Men, women and even children from all walks of life marched to Baghdad's Tahrir square once again, despite a deadly crackdown on protests.

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