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Marking four years since the abduction of the four human rights activists in Syria, Amnesty International launches a campaign calling for answers.

In-depth: While Israel is increasing the amount of waste it produces and recycles, it is doing so at the expense of Palestinians, according to a new report.

An interview with Pankaj Mishra

Emran Feroz

An interview with Pankaj Mishra

Interview: None of the violence or dysfunction we are currently witnessing around the world is new and can be repeatedly found in history, Pankaj Mishra told Emran Feroz.

Palestinians fear violence after Trump's Jerusalem embassy move

Ylenia Gostoli

Palestinians fear violence after Trump's Jerusalem embassy move

In-depth: The Palestinian leadership will come under increasing pressure as tensions build in the region following Trump's decision to move ...

Trump Jerusalem move fuels protest across Palestinian territories

Ylenia Gostoli

Trump Jerusalem move fuels protest across Palestinian territories

In-depth: 'We will tell our children, Jerusalem is ours.'

After IS, corruption should be Iraq's next target

Hadani Ditmars

After IS, corruption should be Iraq's next target

Analysis: The injustice of a corrupt state fuels recruitment to armed groups, notes Hadani Ditmars.

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The Egypt Report: Looking for Ahmed Shafiq

Our new weekly round-up of news from Egypt

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Sudan militia chief arrest 'dangerous moment' for troubled Darfur

A former aide to President Omar al-Bashir was arrested last week by Sudan's counter-insurgency forces near his hometown of Mustariaha in North Darfur state.

Suspension of UK aid set to benefit Syrian extremists

Paul McLoughlin

Suspension of UK aid set to benefit Syrian extremists

The Free Syrian Police programme's administrators say the UK government's decision to suspend funding over a contentious BBC documentary will ...

UN: Syria government returning to Geneva peace talks

The New Arab

UN: Syria government returning to Geneva peace talks

Bashar al-Assad's government is set to return to peace talks after its previous decision to suspend its participation in talks with the Syrian ...

Matt Broomfield

Indonesia: Refugees abandoned by Australia in squalid detention centres

In-depth: The New Arab has spoken with long-term inmates in Indonesia's infamous detention centres, trapped in squalid conditions with no hope of escape.

The Taliban's massive social media presence that's being ignored

Austin Bodetti

The Taliban's massive social media presence that's being ignored

Analysis: The United States has spent countless man hours working to counter Islamic State's online presence - but has neglected to do the same in Afghanistan, writes Austin Bodetti.

The New Arab & agencies

Bosnia's 'eternal refugees' await historic Mladic verdict

Nearly 9,000 Bosnian citizens still live in 156 refugee camps across the country after fleeing the brutal 1992-1995 war that killed over 100,000 people.

The Egypt Report: Sisi the Scorpio-n

Our new weekly round-up of news from Egypt