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Karim Traboulsi is a staff writer and translator for The New Arab

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US admits troops are present in Yemen, Lebanon, Jordan

12 December, 2017

In a semi-annual report it provided to Congress on Monday, the White House aknowledged the presence of hundreds of troops in Yemen, Jordan and Lebanon.

Jordanian lawmakers vote to 'review' peace treaty with Israel

10 December, 2017

Jordanian MPs voted unanimously to review the Wadi Araba peace treaty and all agreements signed with Israel in a session on Sunday, following Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Clashes near US embassy in Lebanon over Jerusalem move

10 December, 2017

Protests denouncing Trump's Jerusalem announcement near the US embassy complex in Lebanon turned violent on Sunday as police fired tear gas and clashed with activists trying to reach the compound.

Lebanon denies allegations that banking sector launders Hizballah funds

03 December, 2017

Lebanon has denied Saudi allegations that its prestigious banking system is being used to smuggle and launder funds for powerful political and militant group Hizballah.

Gal Gadot: BDS wants Justice League banned in Lebanon

27 November, 2017

Lebanese supporters of boycotting Israel are calling on the government to ban the screening of superhero film Justice League saying the presence of an Israeli lead amounts to normalisation

How Britain once turned against Balfour, embraced 'one-state solution'

01 November, 2017

'Let me be clear' and 'strong and stable' have been joined in the Theresa 'Maybot' boot sequence by 'pride in the Balfour Declaration'.

Morocco to become space power with first-ever spy satellite

25 October, 2017

Morocco will become a space power in the coming weeks with the launch of the kingdom's first ever spy satellite which experts say could increase tensions with Algeria and Spain.

#HalaBelKhamis: In Middle East, Thank God it's Thursday!

19 October, 2017

Hala Bel Khamis is the most annoying thing to reach virality in the Arab world since Despacito, but what is it exactly?

Lebanon cyber police arrests highlight growing Middle East 'sexual-extortion'

12 October, 2017

A spate of sexual extortion cases in the Arab region has prompted internet security groups to issue new warnings to netizens to protect their online privacy from intrusion and blackmail.

#NobelPrize: At least they didn't give it to Trump

06 October, 2017

By awarding the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, the Nobel Peace Prize committee wades into post-modern irony, but perhaps we should be thankful they didn't give it to Trump.

Lebanese army raises Spanish flag on recaptured IS position

20 August, 2017

Lebanese soldiers waging an offensive on IS jihadists near border with Syria pictured raising Spain's flag on a recaptured militant position, in solidarity following an IS-claimed terror attack in Barcelona

Jordan: Israeli embassy killer goes home after 'face-saving' deal

25 July, 2017

An Israeli embassy guard who killed two Jordanians causing a diplomatic crisis with Amman, has returned home without being questioned after an apparent deal reached with authorities in the kingdom.

Karim Traboulsi
Karim Traboulsi

Karim Traboulsi is a staff writer and translator for The New Arab

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