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Comment: Conservative opposition to Rishi Sunak's foreign aid cut has laid bare the distinctly unhumanitarian nature if its existence, writes Malia Bouattia.

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has called on the UK government not to go ahead with a planned cut to overseas aid.

Christchurch mosque gunman waives right to speak at sentencing

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Christchurch mosque gunman waives right to speak at sentencing

After sacking his lawyers last month, the New Zealand mosque gunman waived his right to speak at his sentencing hearing.

New Zealand mosque gunman unmoved as survivors recount ordeal

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

New Zealand mosque gunman unmoved as survivors recount ordeal

At the opening of the sentencing hearing in a Christchurch courtroom, the white supremacist who murdered 51 Muslims in last year's New Zealand ...

New Zealand mosque shooter to represent himself at sentencing

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

New Zealand mosque shooter to represent himself at sentencing

New Zealand Muslim Association president Ikhlaq Kashkari questioned Tarrant's motives, saying victims could be re-traumatised if the gunman were ...

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

New Zealand mosque shooter to be sentenced in August

A white supremacist who murdered dozens of Muslim worshippers in last year's New Zealand mosque shootings will be sentenced next month.

Arkebe Oqubay

Boris Johnson's new-model colonial policy

Comment: Johnson's decision to put the Department for International Development directly under the control of the foreign ministry is indicative ...

The New Arab & agencies

Iranian network attempted to influence Scottish independence referendum: Facebook

Facebook says it has shut down a network linked to Iran's state broadcaster which dates back to 2011.

Paul Iddon

Baghdad's four decades of conflict and strife

In-depth: From 1980 until now, the Iraqi capital has faced a series of conflicts, instability, and violence. This year marks 40 years since this ...

A year on since It's Not About The Burqa

Tahmina Begum

A year on since It's Not About The Burqa

Book Club: With Brexit and new heights of Islamophobia in the UK, The New Arab speaks to some of the contributors about what they have learnt ...

The New Arab

Sudan seeks US help over contentious subsidy reforms

Bread and fuel shortages have prompted long queues and protests in Sudan in recent days.

Former Tory minister once lobbied Bahrain for oil contract

The New Arab

Former Tory minister once lobbied Bahrain for oil contract

Liam Fox once wrote a letter to the Bahraini crown prince about Petrofac, when the company was being investigated for bribery.

Sudan's rapprochement with Israel exposes weakness of democratic transition

Mel Plant

Sudan's rapprochement with Israel exposes weakness of democratic transition

A secretive meeting between Israel's Netanyahu and Sudan's Burhan has put the nature of the country's transitional government under the ...

Britain embarks on new future outside the EU

The New Arab & agencies

Britain embarks on new future outside the EU

There were celebrations and tears across the UK as Britain became the first member state to leave the EU.

US-Saudi downplay Florida terror shooting as ties scrutinised

James Reinl

US-Saudi downplay Florida terror shooting as ties scrutinised

Friday's killing spree has called in to question how the Trump administration has doubled down on a security-for-cash arrangement with a Gulf ...

Charlie Hoyle

How will UK elections impact the Middle East?

Brexit has dominated Britain's political landscape since 2016. But with general elections coming up, what can voters expect from the three main parties on foreign policy and the Middle East?

Ruqaya Izzidien

There's no Islamophobia in the Tory party

Comment: You can't root out something that you view as an attribute, a value and a pre-requisite for becoming prime minister, writes Ruqaya ...

Malia Bouattia

Rejecting a toxic Tory Britain

Comment: It's time to pull the emergency brake on Tory Britain, writes Malia Bouattia.

Sabena Siddiqui

'Multi-billion projects in the pipeline' at Saudi investment forum

Some of the biggest corporate names and top government officials that had boycotted Davos in the Desert last December are returning to the same ...

Yemen in Focus: UAE wants its Aden power-station back

Sana Uqba

Yemen in Focus: UAE wants its Aden power-station back

This week we look at a bizarre move by the UAE in Aden, the end of its Red Crescent programme, Houthi execution and a five-year siege of Taiz.

The New Arab

Houthi court issues 'subpoena' for Trump, Obama and MbS

A Houthi court has summoned prominent figures such as Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

NZ mosque shooting suspect drops bid to move trial

The New Arab & agencies

NZ mosque shooting suspect drops bid to move trial

The case review hearing for accused murdered Brenton Tarrant was cut short after the defence decided not to pursue its application to move the ...

Don't let Boris' Brexit chaos distract from Tory Islamophobia

Nick McAlpin

Don't let Boris' Brexit chaos distract from Tory Islamophobia

Comment: Britain's Conservative Party is Islamophobic to its core, and is legitimising anti-Muslim hate crimes in Britain, writes Nick McAlpin.

New female UK party leader vows to stop Brexit

The New Arab

New female UK party leader vows to stop Brexit

Britain's pro-EU opposition Liberal Democrats on Monday elected their first female leader on a promise that she will do everything possible to ...

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