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McLoughlin is an editor with The New Arab.

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Syrian refugees the biggest losers with regime's confiscation law

01 May, 2018

Syrians have less than a month to register their property with Damascus, but many of the 13 million displaced are unable to reach government-controlled areas, reports Paul McLoughlin.

Eritrea's Qatar attacks don't come out the blue

30 March, 2018

Analysis: UAE and Saudi designs on the Red Sea have seen East Africa's Eritrea join the blockade of Qatar. Asmara's rhetoric against Doha now mirrors the Riyadh-led bloc's line.

Syria activists hijack Labour Party fundraiser at swanky restaurant

22 March, 2018

Three Syria activists have targeted a UK Labour Party event hosted by Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry, asking her to reconsider her attitudes towards Syria.

German far-right politicians courted by Assad regime in Syria

06 March, 2018

Syria's regime is hosting a delegation from the far-right Alternative for Germany party, with anti-immigration officials meeting the country's notorious grand mufti who called on Syrians in Germany to return.

UN awards Syria regime with position defending 'subjugated peoples'

24 February, 2018

Syria's notorious UN envoy Bashar Jaafari has been re-elected to a global panel responsible for defending the rights of subjugated peoples and decolonisation, drawing anger from anti-regime activists.

UN awards Syria regime with position defending 'subjugated peoples'

23 February, 2018

Syria's notorious UN envoy Bashar Jaafari has been re-elected to a global panel responsible for defending the rights of subjugated peoples and decolonisation, drawing anger from anti-regime activists.

Syria activists urge UK to end Eastern Ghouta massacres

22 February, 2018

A group of Syria activists in the UK have delivered a letter to Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, demanding action to end the crisis in Eastern Ghouta.

Sisi scores 'own goal' praising Israel gas deal

21 February, 2018

President Sisi has claimed Egypt 'scored a goal' with a deal to pay $15 billion to Israel for gas, but not everyone agrees the goal was in the right end.

Wanted Libyan militia chief 'surrenders' to eastern authority

08 February, 2018

A Libyan militia leader wanted by the ICC for allegedly murdering a group of prisoners of war has reporedly handed himself over to the eastern authority's military police.

ICC condemns bombing, revenge killings in Libya's Benghazi

27 January, 2018

The International Criminal Court has condemned a horrific bombing outside a mosque in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi and subsequent revenge killings by militia leaders.

Saudi Arabia interior minister in two-day visit to Oman

14 January, 2018

A sign of improving ties between Oman and Saudi Arabia was witnessed on Sunday, as Riyadh's Interior Minister Prince Abdulaziz arrived in the sultanate for a two day visit.

Russia 'confirms' Syrian rebel drone attack on Latakia base

08 January, 2018

Russia's defence ministry says it thwarted an attempted aerial attack on its airbase in Latakia and naval port in Tartous by Syria's rebels with 13 bomb-fitted drones.

Paul McLoughlin
Paul McLoughlin

McLoughlin is an editor with The New Arab.

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