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Intrepid travellers can expect to resume holidays in Turkey from mid-June onwards.

A photo from Sudan's protests demanding civilian rule has won a prestigious photography award.

Iran will resume flights to Europe after coronavirus pause

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Iran will resume flights to Europe after coronavirus pause

Iran's national carrier suspended flights to Europe on Sunday, citing European 'restrictions' imposed for 'unknown reasons', without mentioning the novel coronavirus epidemic.

Iran Air suspends flights to Europe until further notice

The New Arab

Iran Air suspends flights to Europe until further notice

All Iran Air flights to Europe have been suspended until further notice, the airline said on Sunday, though it made no mention of the deadly ...

#FlyingWhileMuslim: Terrorists are 'generally Muslims' says Ryanair CEO

The New Arab

#FlyingWhileMuslim: Terrorists are 'generally Muslims' says Ryanair CEO

Controversial Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary sparked controversy on Saturday after suggesting terrorists are generally Muslim men, in the latest ...

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Delta fined $50,000 for discriminating against Muslim passengers

Three Muslim passengers who were kicked off Delta Air Lines flights in separate occasions were provided with compensation from the US airline for discrimination against Muslims.

Florence Dixon

Egypt broadcasts tourists' 'confessions' to taking part in protests

Egyptian state TV broadcast "confessions" from five foreign tourists swept up in the mass campaign of arrests following anti-corruption ...

Dana Hourany

Laban: Healing Beirut's wounds through art

In a city where 18 religious sects divide its people, politics, streets and even artworks, Laban looks to create what the civil war destroyed: ...

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UAE-backed STC 'committing atrocities against hospitalised civilians' in Yemen

UAE-backed militias allied with the Southern Transitional Council have been complicit in crimes against civilians in the southern governorates ...

Little hope for Sudanese refugees fleeing violence in Darfur

Marta Vidal

Little hope for Sudanese refugees fleeing violence in Darfur

Already too familiar with the brutality of the Janjaweed, Darfuri refugees are connecting the atrocities committed in Khartoum to the ...

The New Arab & agencies

Four suspects named in downing of Malaysian MH17 flight

International investigators named three Russians and a Ukrainian separatist as suspects in the 2014 downing of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 ...

Green revolution: Tunisia's 'leaf party' wants to legalise cannabis

The New Arab

Green revolution: Tunisia's 'leaf party' wants to legalise cannabis

A Tunisian political party running in the country's November polls hopes to legalise recreational use of cannabis as a way to jumpstart the ...

Unbroken: Eighth anniversary of the Syrian Revolution sees protests

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Unbroken: Eighth anniversary of the Syrian Revolution sees protests

Eight years of war have left more than 370,000 people dead, including 112,000 civilians, the Syria Observatory for Human Rights announced on the ...

Prison for man who firebombed Turkish consulate: Prosecutors

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Prison for man who firebombed Turkish consulate: Prosecutors

Prosecutors in the Netherlands are seeking a 20-month prison sentence for a man who admitted to firebombing the Turkish consulate in ...

Trump sanctions bite as Europe-Iran flights grounded

Alex Macheras

Trump sanctions bite as Europe-Iran flights grounded

Air France and British Airways announced that they will halt flights to Tehran in September citing 'low profitability' as the US re-imposed ...

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Double stabbing at Amsterdam station in possible terror attack

Two people were seriously injured in a knife attack at Amsterdam's Central Station on Friday, police in Amsterdam said, citing terrorism as a possible motive.

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US confident leading al-Qaeda bomb maker killed in Yemen

A leading al-Qaeda operative has been killed in Yemen, a source has told AFP.

The New Arab

Yemeni farmers denied visas to Netherlands for coffee convention

War and militias did not stop Yemeni farmers from attending a coffee trade show - the Dutch embassy did.

CJ Werleman

Denmark's burqa ban: A lurch towards secular extremism

Comment: Denmark is the latest European country to have exploited fears over refugees and terrorism for right-wing political gain, writes CJ ...

Freedom Flotilla ‘prepared for everything’ despite facing German harassment

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Freedom Flotilla ‘prepared for everything’ despite facing German harassment

Freedom Flotilla organisers say they are stuck on German waters as port authorities refuse to let them dock.

The New Arab & agencies

Moroccan held in Paris over 2015 train attack

A Spanish investigation of the 2015 attack has led to the arrest of another suspect in what was originally thought to be a lone wolf attack.

How 'Port of Mokha' reclaimed coffee for Yemen's farmers

Sana Uqba

How 'Port of Mokha' reclaimed coffee for Yemen's farmers

At just 24-years-old and without much knowledge on coffee, Yemeni-American Mokhtar al-Khanshali risked his life to empower coffee farmers in the ...

The dilemmas of organ donation in Muslim countries

Orient XXI

The dilemmas of organ donation in Muslim countries

Interview: Professor Aziz El-Matri, a Tunisian kidney specialist and member of The Transplantation Society discusses organ donation in the ...

Russia 2018: The most Arab World Cup ever?

Uri Levy

Russia 2018: The most Arab World Cup ever?

With five nations from across the Middle East confirmed for the 2018 World Cup,

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