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More Algerian women work, but husbands control wages

26 March, 2017

More and more Algerian women are challenging traditional norms by getting jobs, but many see their salaries confiscated by their husbands despite a law against the practice.

One in five Arab Mediterranean youths hopes to emigrate

25 March, 2017

One in five youths in several North African countries and Lebanon would like to emigrate in search of better prospects, according to a study conducted for the European Commission.

Explosion rocks Cairo district as Mubarak leaves detention

24 March, 2017

The blast took place in the upscale suburb of Maadi where Mubarak spent much of his six-year detention in a military hospital

European and African militaries to target Libya's Mediterranean people-smugglers

21 March, 2017

Exclusive: Traffickers' rings in the Libyan desert and Mediterranean coast will be in the crosshairs after European and North African countries reached a deal to ramp up anti-migration efforts.

Elections and equalisers: This week in Middle East football

21 March, 2017

A titan in African football was felled this week, as Ahmed Ahmed took over the presidency of the African Confederation of Football.

Algeria's ailing Bouteflika makes first appearance in a month

20 March, 2017

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika made a rare televised appearance on Sunday for the first time since a visit by Germany's chancellor was cancelled last month due to his ailing health.

Manufacturing soul: Dubai's emerging cultural capital

16 March, 2017

Blog: An extravaganza of artistic delights await visitors and residents alike this week as a series of cultural highlights take over the sparkling shopping hub.

'Foreign countries need to stop interfering in Libya'

15 March, 2017

Exclusive interview: The involvement of several foreign powers in the Libyan crisis is a real obstacle to reaching a political solution, says Libyan State Council President Abdulrahman Sewehli.

Morocco tries 25 over Western Sahara killings

14 March, 2017

Retrial of Sahrawis accused of killing Moroccan security forces resumes three years after the accused were handed hefty sentences in a trial described as 'unfair'.

Weapons sales: The key to Russia's Middle East agenda

13 March, 2017

Analysis: Moscow is seeking to expand its influence in the region, but it will have to play the long-game given the current geopolitical environment.

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