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Comment: The reforms enacted in Sudan do not represent the immediate demands of protesters, and instead signal interference of UAE as a counter-revolutionary force, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

Sudanese authorities arrested 41 people for possessing large amounts of explosives.

Azmi Bishara: UAE-Israel deal part of joint regional strategy

The New Arab Staff

Azmi Bishara: UAE-Israel deal part of joint regional strategy

Prominent Arab thinker and academic Dr. Azmi Bishara discussed the far reaching consequences of the Israel-UAE normalisation in an exclusive interview with Al-Araby TV.

Azmi Bishara: UAE-Israel deal part of joint regional strategy

The New Arab Staff

Azmi Bishara: UAE-Israel deal part of joint regional strategy

Prominent Arab thinker and academic Dr. Azmi Bishara discussed the far reaching consequences of the Israel-UAE normalisation in an exclusive ...

How the Israel-UAE alliance formalises new fault lines

Nour Odeh

How the Israel-UAE alliance formalises new fault lines

Analysis: Political fault lines in the region have shifted and a dramatic adjustment is required to save the Palestinian national movement.

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Death toll 'rises to 30' in Port Sudan clashes

Authorities have imposed a nighttime curfew on the eastern city, whose port is the transit point for most of Sudan's foreign trade.

The New Arab Staff

3,000 sheep die after Saudi Arabia rejects Sudan-exported livestock

The animals died of thirst, hunger and drowning, according to Sudanese officials.

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Pandemic threatens peace and risks new conflicts: UN

While the coronavirus has led warring parties to take steps to de-escalate, many have failed to cease hostilities or agree to a permanent ...

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Medics say 25 dead in ethnic clashes in Sudan

25 people have been killed during ethnic group clashes in Port Sudan.

<em>Sudan</em> imposes curfew after tribal clashes kill 4

The New Arab Staff

Sudan imposes curfew after tribal clashes kill 4

At least four people were killed and 35 others injured after clashes erupted in Port Sudan.

Sana Uqba

Yemen in Focus: Oil tanker spill spells 'global disaster'

This week we focus on the Safer tanker 'ticking time bomb', which environmentalist groups warn would be disastrous not only for Yemen, but for ...

The geopolitics of ports in the Horn of Africa

Giorgio Cafiero and Corrado Čok

The geopolitics of ports in the Horn of Africa

Analysis: Ports in the Horn of Africa risk becoming new flashpoints in Middle East rivalries.

The Gulf crisis's 'internationalisation' makes it harder to resolve

Courtney Freer

The Gulf crisis's 'internationalisation' makes it harder to resolve

Comment: The more the GCC rift spreads, the more difficult it will be to negotiate or to change the status quo, writes Courtney Freer.

Taking stock of the anti-Qatar blockade three years later

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey

Taking stock of the anti-Qatar blockade three years later

As the Gulf crisis enters its fourth year, fake news and hostile narratives run rife in the region hindering attempts to salvage the GCC's ...

<em>Sudan</em> official: 3 killed, dozens wounded in tribal clashes

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan official: 3 killed, dozens wounded in tribal clashes

The fighting erupted between the Bani Amer tribe and the Nuba tribe in the city of Kassalla.

The New Arab

Sudan denies reports of UAE takeover of key port

A report over the weekend claimed Sudanese authorities were in the process of handing over control of Port Sudan to a UAE firm.

The New Arab

Coronavirus: Travel restrictions, border shutdowns across the Middle East

As the novel coronavirus spread across the Middle East, several countries have closed their borders, grounded fights and imposed travel ...

The New Arab & agencies

Arabs urge Yemen's Houthis to allow oil tanker assessment

An abandoned oil tanker off the coast of Yemen, laden with 1.1 million barrels of crude oil, could rupture and cause an 'environmental ...

Sana Uqba

Yemen in Focus: Saudi forces target tribal fighters

This week we focus on the escalation between Saudi forces and Yemen's tribal fighters, deadly coalition 'revenge' strikes and a prisoner swap.

Libya is flooded with mercenaries and private military companies

David Isenberg

Libya is flooded with mercenaries and private military companies

Comment: Foreign interference by states, their proxies, and military companies is enabling the conflict in Libya to continue, writes David ...

The New Arab

Tunisian woman cyclist makes solo journey to Mecca

A Tunisian cyclist became the first woman to cycle to Mecca alone, and she documented her travels online.

Yemen in Focus: Cable damage wipes out internet connectivity

Sana Uqba

Yemen in Focus: Cable damage wipes out internet connectivity

This week we focus on Yemen's days-long internet outage, another year of humanitarian catastrophe and more.

Sudan's year long march to democracy and reform

Afnan Hassab Jaffar

Sudan's year long march to democracy and reform

The year 2019 will undoubtedly forever be engraved in the hearts and minds of the people of Sudan who celebrated the start of the New ...

DP World hired notorious lobbyists for <em>Sudan</em> <em>port</em> access

The New Arab

DP World hired notorious lobbyists for Sudan port access

Ari Ben-Menashe's Dickens and Madson lobbying firm has previously worked with rogue Libyan general Khalifa Haftar and Sudanese paramilitary ...

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