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Joshua-Ruiz rematch puts Saudi sportswashing back in the ring

Sam Hamad

Joshua-Ruiz rematch puts Saudi sportswashing back in the ring

Comment: Lured by vast sums of money, the boxing elite has opted to bury its head in the sand when it comes to Saudi Arabia's shameful record, writes Sam Hamad.

Algerians, now's the time to finish what you started

Malia Bouattia

Algerians, now's the time to finish what you started

Comment: The time has come for Algerians to outmanoeuvre their corrupt regime once and for all, writes Malia Bouattia.

Challenges to resolving the GCC crisis

Khalil E. Jahshan

Challenges to resolving the GCC crisis

Comment: The trust deficit caused by the blockade won't be restored automatically just because a political decision was reached by the ...

Syrians caught in Lebanon's uprising face difficult a choice

Adèle Surprenant

Syrians caught in Lebanon's uprising face difficult a choice

Comment: Syrians in Lebanon are often subject to discrimination and prejudice. ...

James Snell

Targeting doctors, Assad puts humanity itself in the crosshairs

Comment: Assad's regime is deliberately targeting health workers - imprisoning, torturing and treating them as enemies of the state, writes James Snell.

Sarah Yerkes

Tunisia needs more than sex ed to break taboos

Comment: Tunisia's new sex education curriculum is a positive step, but a real change in attitudes will take at least a generation, writes Sarah Yerkes.

Muhammad Shehada

Israel's profitable occupation, and the billion-dollar cost to Palestine

Comment: Palestinians could stand on their own two feet, if only Israel would let them, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Our NHS is already on life support

Malia Bouattia

Our NHS is already on life support

Comment: Tory plans to inject corporate involvement into healthcare would see Britain's most vulnerable suffer the most, writes Malia Bouattia.

Mohammad Dahlan's shady regional agenda

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey

Mohammad Dahlan's shady regional agenda

Comment: In courting the UAE, Dahlan has built a mutually beneficial relationship with Abu Dhabi that advances both their interests, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

James J. Zogby

Netanyahu's real crimes

Comment: The crimes Netayahu has been indicted for pale in significance when compared to what he has done to the Palestinian people, writes James J. Zogby.

Courtney Freer

Saudi Arabia is open for business, not political activism

Comment: More arrests in Saudi Arabia signal that the crown prince only has eyes for an economic agenda, as political space continues to tighten, writes Courtney Freer.

James Snell

How China uses tech to monitor, detain, brainwash Uighurs

Comment: The Chinese government is conducting mass surveillance, imprisonment and brainwashing of Uighurs under the guise of 'education and counter-terrorism', writes James Snell.