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Mohamed al-Faki Suleiman, a member of Sudan’s ruling council, said normalisation with Israel needed to be discussed again in the context of a “complete foreign policy”.

Hosni Mubarak reigned as Egypt’s fourth president for almost 30 years but his downfall seemed imminent one decade earlier as people's rage and frustration in the country grew.

Anti-government protests erupt in Sudan following surging fuel prices

The New Arab Staff

Anti-government protests erupt in Sudan following surging fuel prices

Sudan has faced a severe economic crisis, worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.

Obama's memoir and the Arab Spring

Horriya Marzouk

Obama's memoir and the Arab Spring

Barack Obama's recollection of his early White House years reopens the debate about the former US president's controversial Middle East policy.

Everything you need to know about Hajj 2020

Kamal Afzali

Everything you need to know about Hajj 2020

This year's Hajj pilgrimage has been scaled back to 1,000 participants in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. Here is everything you need ...

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan vets scramble to save starved lions in Khartoum

An online campaign to save the malnourished lions went viral but failed to save the life of one lioness.

The New Arab

Sudan opposition names five members to join transitional council

The military has already named three of five members to join the new sovereign council that will rule over Sudan for the next three years.

The New Arab

Khartoum's Rabaa: Sudanese Islamists say crackdown echoes Egypt massacre

As bodies of massacred protesters continue to be pulled from the Nile, Sudan's Islamists lead strongly worded condemnation of military violence ...

Malia Bouattia

#UnitedforOmar: What UK activists can learn from the US

Comment: The outpouring of support for smeared Imam Omar Suleiman is an inspiration for grassroots action in the UK, writes ...

Remembering the Great Return March protesters killed by Israel

The New Arab

Remembering the Great Return March protesters killed by Israel

March 30 the first anniversary of Gaza's Great Return Marches. Here are the names of the 251 protesters killed by Israel while demanding the ...

The New Arab

Sudanese press suffers as Bashir intensifies crackdown on protests

Two journalists are facing trial and multiple newspapers have been censored as President Omar al-Bashir's crackdown on dissent amps up. ...

#25Jan: How Egypt toppled a dictator

The New Arab

#25Jan: How Egypt toppled a dictator

The 25 January Revolution overthrew Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's longtime dictator. Here's how the people achieved this historic first.

#25Jan: Ten big names during the 2011 Revolution

The New Arab

#25Jan: Ten big names during the 2011 Revolution

From dictators to activists, here are ten key figures who played a part in the 2011 revolution, when Egypt shook the world.

Hamas denies Mubarak claim it sent militants to Egypt

The New Arab & agencies

Hamas denies Mubarak claim it sent militants to Egypt

Hamas has denied an allegation by Egypt's deposed president Hosni Mubarak that the group infiltrated hundreds of men across the border during ...

Egypt's deposed presidents face off for first time

The New Arab & agencies

Egypt's deposed presidents face off for first time

Egypt's two former presidents have come face-to-face for the first time, with Mubarak testifying in a retrial of Morsi over charges related to ...

Alain Gresh

Barack Obama, 'lackey' of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

Book Club: NYT correspondent David Kirkpatrick's book is a revealing look at an ill-informed and bitterly divided Obama administration in the aftermath of Egypt's Arab Spring, writes Alain Gresh.

Malia Bouattia

Inspirational US #MuslimsforDream: A community empowered by its faith

Comment: The DACA protests have shown there is an alternative, if we are willing to pay the price and abandon our desperate bid for official ...

The New Arab

Qatar 96: Al Jazeera reveals details of Saudi-sponsored coup

Al-Jazeera on Sunday aired the first part of 'Qatar 96', a documentary series being shown for the first time about a coup against the government ...

Gareth Browne

After Hawija: What to expect from Islamic State's commanders

Analysis: After the fall of Hawija, it is highly possible that the Islamic State commanders may regroup and start a new insurgency - so what is ...

Egypt's revolution toppled Mubarak, but the deep-state lives on

Amelia Smith

Egypt's revolution toppled Mubarak, but the deep-state lives on

Comment: Six years after he resigned, Mubarak has still not been held accountable for violence under his rule, demonstrating the culture of ...

The New Arab

US Imam rallies Americans to oppose Trump's xenophobia

A US Imam has delivered a powerful speech calling on Americans to oppose President Donald Trump's divisive anti-Islam policies and champion ...

How will history remember President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi?

Bahey el-Din Hassan

How will history remember President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi?

Comment: Western nations may see Sisi as key to stability in the region, but his abysmal track record as military man and president tells ...

Dreaming of a hot shower in Syria's war-torn Aleppo

The New Arab

Dreaming of a hot shower in Syria's war-torn Aleppo

Residents of Aleppo have resorted to bathing, drinking and washing clothes with highly contaminated well water after being left without access ...

Assad's acolytes in Jordan's parliament

Aaron Magid

Assad's acolytes in Jordan's parliament

A large group of Jordanian MPs, lawyers and journalists maintain their support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, despite the opposition of ...

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