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The political path to victory is one thing, but with Trump threatening to take legal action if he loses then the race for the presidency could drag on.

A new generation of digital conservationists are using cutting edge virtual reality technology to revive war-damaged cultural heritage sites.

Imperialism, patriarchy and the history of Palestinian LGBTQ activism

Yousra Samir Imran

Imperialism, patriarchy and the history of Palestinian LGBTQ activism

The New Arab Meets: Palestinian scholar Dr. Sa'ed Atshan to discuss his new book 'Queer Palestine and the Empire of Critique'.

Tracing Iraq's lost past: Photo archives and national memory

Nazli Tarzi

Tracing Iraq's lost past: Photo archives and national memory

Far removed from today's landscape of military fatigues and rubbled cities, the Iraq Photo Archive chronicles the country's cultural wealth and ...

Learning under lockdown: Jordan's students adapt to coronavirus pandemic

Victoria Silva

Learning under lockdown: Jordan's students adapt to coronavirus pandemic

Jordanian students and teachers are rising to the challenge of the coronavirus lockdown, adapting to online learning and providing education for ...

Amr Salahi

How many people have died in Syria since 2011?

Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed in Syria’s nine-year conflict, but different organisations have provided different numbers, with some being far more transparent about their methods than others.

Sabena Siddiqui

Greta Thunberg's message for the Middle East at Davos

The climate theme at Davos has enormous relevance for the Middle East, where rising sea levels, harsher droughts and increased temperatures will ...

Sam Hamad

Genocide denier Peter Handke's Nobel Prize embodies Europe's Islamophobia

Comment: Awarding the Nobel prize for literature to 'genocide denier' Peter Handke reflects the Islamophobia and fascism of our times, from ...

The New Arab & agencies

Thirty Afghan civilians killed in May US airstrikes: UN

A UN investigation says US airstrikes on Afghan meth labs in May killed at least 30 civilians, however the US disputes the findings, claiming ...

Qatar faces highest water stress in the world

The New Arab & agencies

Qatar faces highest water stress in the world

Countries in the Middle East make up nine out of ten countries facing the highest water stress in the world - meaning taps are close to running ...

Ilham Essalih

Women in the Qur'an: 'Reappropriating' Muslim women's destinies

Book Club: Asma Lamrabet attempts to debunk what she believes are 'myths' surrounding Muslim women by discussing and reinterpreting Quranic ...

Ramadan, Muslim month of fasting, begins in most countries

The New Arab & agencies

Ramadan, Muslim month of fasting, begins in most countries

Muslims in Southeast Asian countries and much of the Middle East, including Egypt, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, will fast on Monday for the start of ...

Holy fasting month of Ramadan to start on Monday

The New Arab & agencies

Holy fasting month of Ramadan to start on Monday

Millions around the world are expected begin the fasting month of Ramadan, according to authorities in various Muslim-majority states.

Prozak Diaries: Psychiatry and generational memory in Iran

Karsen Breanne

Prozak Diaries: Psychiatry and generational memory in Iran

Book Club: Physician and medical anthropologist, Orkideh Behrouzan, takes an investigative look into mental health in Iran – a country known to ...

Voices That Shake! Developing creative responses to social injustice

Sophia Akram

Voices That Shake! Developing creative responses to social injustice

The New Arab Meets: Farzana Khan, an award-winning youth worker tackling imbalance in society through an under-repped approach that hits ...

The New Arab & agencies

Official motion adds Saudi Arabia into EU terror-funding blacklist

The European Commission has proposed adding seven countries including Saudi Arabia to the European Union's blacklist of countries that don't do enough to fight terror funding.

The New Arab & agencies

Riyadh angered at EU terror-funding blacklist proposal

Saudi Arabia has expected regret that the European Union added it on a blacklist of countries that don't do enough to fight terror funding.

CJ Werleman

Trump forgiving a war criminal would insult all Afghans

Comment: Trump has suggested he will review the case of a US soldier charged by the US army with premeditated murder of an Afghan, writes CJ ...

Azmi Haroun

How anti-Arab hate becomes invisible in the US

Comment: The lack of statistics on Arab Americans - classed as 'white' on the Census - is rendering anti-Arab hate crimes invisible, writes Azmi ...

In Syria, Russia using peace to prepare for war

Sam Hamad

In Syria, Russia using peace to prepare for war

Comment: Russia's commitment to the 'buffer zone' in Idlib has little to do with any genuine will to avoid humanitarian catastrophe, writes Sam ...

The New Arab & agencies

Suspect in UK Parliament crash charged with attempted murder

A driver whose car collided with several people before crashing outside Britain's Parliament has been charged with attempted murder, police in ...

How will Europe deal with returning IS fighters?

Stasa Salacanin

How will Europe deal with returning IS fighters?

In-depth: In the aftermath of the Islamic State group's defeat, the question remains what to do with captured and returning fighters and their ...

Ramadan to start on Thursday, religious leaders say

The New Arab & agencies

Ramadan to start on Thursday, religious leaders say

The start of Ramadan varies somewhat among Muslim majority countries, as moon sighting is used to determine when the holy month begins.

FIFA defends its stance on Morocco 'white elephants' bid

The New Arab & agencies

FIFA defends its stance on Morocco 'white elephants' bid

FIFA defended itself after Morocco raised concerns that the bidding to host the 2026 World Cup is unfair and biased.

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