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Boris Johnson's selective memory on Syria crimes and refugees

14 April, 2017

By calling Russia out for doing exactly what Britain is doing, the foreign secretary has found himself in a moral discrepancy commonly described as hypocrisy.

Ten times Trump tweeted against attacking Syria

07 April, 2017

President Donald Trump ordered surprise air raids on a Syrian regime airfield on Friday, but he may have forgotten about his previous digital footprint where he spoke against intervention.

US missile strikes on Syria: Twitter responds

07 April, 2017

Social media has shown a huge split in opinions after US missile airstrikes on a Syrian regime airbase in the early hours of Friday, with some Syrians finding comic relief.

Egypt 'counter-terrorist' ally detains British man over 'headphone amplifier'

06 April, 2017

Even when putting the fact that Egyptian forces mistook a music device for a bomb, the international community is supporting Sisi on the basis of myths and logical fallacies

Saudi Snapchatter targets and terrifies 'black magic' housemaids

06 April, 2017

Blog: The 'interrogator' is called in when a domestic worker is suspected to have placed a curse on the household...

May's refusal to wear a hijab is not feminism

05 April, 2017

Peddling the narrative that the Saudi government is forcing Western politicians to adhere to cultural dress codes is erroneous and irresponsible, argues Diana Alghoul.

UN whitewashes Assad's attacks on Syria's agriculture

04 April, 2017

While Assad continues his brutal offensive on Syria's farming provinces, hopes that the vulnerable agricultural industry may be spared continue to diminish.

Lebanon displaces Syrian refugees, forces them to close businesses

04 April, 2017

Syrian refugees in Lebanon are being evicted and their businesses are being shut down, following new labour laws that have been subject to global condemnation.

Video: Ethiopian maid in Kuwait balcony plunge describes terror

02 April, 2017

The Ethiopian domestic worker who fell seven floors from a home in Kuwait has spoken out for the first time since the incident, debunking claims she had attempted suicide.

Hijabs, white supremacy and Swedish-Iranian economic deals

13 February, 2017

For women in politics, especially on the international platform, there is simply no escape from vindictive comments and unfair judgement, writes Diana Alghoul.

Diana Alghoul
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