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Dozens of women who were raped during the brutal dispersal of a Khartoum sit-in camp one year ago are forced to wrestle with their trauma alone.

Photojournalist Nabil al-Qaiti, a prominent photojournalist documenting Yemen's conflict and a vocal supporter of the southern separatist movement, was shot dead by gunmen near his home in Aden.

World Cup LIVEBLOG: Spain v Morocco

The New Arab

World Cup LIVEBLOG: Spain v Morocco

Don't miss a moment in Russia2018 as Spain and Morocco battle it out in Group B. Keep refreshing this page for updates.

The great guide to Middle East World Cup teams

Uri Levy

The great guide to Middle East World Cup teams

Five Middle East and North African national teams will play in Russia 2018, the most Middle Eastern World Cup ever.

Inside Douma: A desperate portrait of life in Syria

Ben Jacobs

Inside Douma: A desperate portrait of life in Syria

Exclusive: A city of amputees, back-street abortions and chemical weapons-massacres is also a city of survivors, and their hope, reports Ben ...

Omar Brouksy

Royal influence at play in Morocco's election

Comment: The Moroccan king and his advisers have been waging an insidious war that attempts to block the re-election of the Islamist party, writes Omar Brouksy

Paul McLoughlin

Syria's Suleiman al-Assad reportedly kills two critics

Analysis: The president's cousin was arrested on 10 August for the murder of a Syrian colonel. Now reportedly a free man, Latakians say that he ...

Ghilan al-Husseini

The campaign against conscription in Egypt

Feature: Egyptians are starting to organise against forced conscription into the armed services, condemning it as "slavery" and "a waste of ...

Tariq Nagm al-Deen

Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah jailed

Alaa Abdel Fattah, a leading figure in the 2011 revolution, and 19 other activists have been handed prison sentences after being found guilty of ...

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