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Algeria blogger faces death penalty charges for Facebook posts

23 May, 2018

An Algerian blogger is to go on trial on Thursday accused of collaborating with a foreign country and inciting an uprising, charges which carry the death penalty.

Eight times Arab football teams wowed the World Cup

23 May, 2018

The World Cup moments no Middle Eastern football fan will ever forget.

Deport, deprive, extradite: Terror suspects and the security state

23 May, 2018

Book review: Nisha Kapoor's book exposes how racialised subjects are dehumanised, and how the state's securitisation agenda seeks to police and undermine political dissent, writes Malia Bouattia.

Former PM warns election would risk Libya's partition

23 May, 2018

Mahmoud Jibril has said an election would sow further division in Libya unless all parties agreed to respect its results.

UN blasts Algeria for deporting African migrants

23 May, 2018

The United Nations has raised concern about deportations of migrants from Algeria following a reported increase in expulsions since mid-2017.

Lebanon hosts first women-only classic car rally

21 May, 2018

Lebanon has hosted its first ever women-only classic car rally, with female drivers flying in from across the world for the occasion.

Israeli forces kill Palestinians for sport

15 May, 2018

Comment: Israel is killing human beings who pose no threat to the state of Israel or its citizens, writes CJ Werleman.

Energy and geopolitical earthquake: The Saudi-Russian long-term oil deal

03 May, 2018

In-depth: Saudi Arabia and Russia’s closer political and commercial cooperation, going beyond regulation of oil prices, has indicated a new chapter in their relations, writes Stasa Salacanin.

Astronomy: The outer frontier of Saudi liberalisation

02 May, 2018

Comment: Saudi Arabia's hardline religious conservatives have traditionally thwarted the quest for knowledge in astronomy because it threatens their long-standing status, writes James M. Dorsey.

Middle East's economic growth will not curb unemployment: IMF

02 May, 2018

Deeper reforms must be made to curb high unemployment rates in the Middle East, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday.

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