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Wave of 'thirsty protests' hit Morocco after water shortages

15 October, 2017

In a bid to express their discontent over the water crisis, residents began organising regular peaceful protests in a town near the capital Rabat.

Living histories: Potent longings for fragile homelands

11 October, 2017

The British Museum's historical approach to contemporary art is well-suited to these works from Syria and Iraq, whose origins betray an optimism for a better future, writes Hadani Ditmars.

Mauritania and Algeria to open borders

11 October, 2017

Mauritania is turning to Algeria in a bid to enhance its economic ties with the oil-rich country after years of tension with Morocco, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

Catalonia and Kurdistan's contrasting referendums

11 October, 2017

Blog: Iraqi Kurdistan and Catalonia both held popular independence referendums in recent weeks, but the implications of each remain very different, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

For the love of the game

10 October, 2017

Comment: Unlike Mubarak before him, Sisi can't use football as a PR tool, but the regime can still exploit it to rally blinding patriotism, writes Gehad Quisay.

Bombs and Oil: Saudi-Russia bonding over mutual loves

06 October, 2017

In-depth: The recent Saudi entourage to Moscow marks the beginning of a diversification in Saudi foreign policy and the beginning of a new order in the region.

Sahrawi youth: Caught between home and a hard place

06 October, 2017

Blog: With few opportunities at home, Sahrawi youth are finding themselves lured by the dream of escaping to Europe, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

Arabs leading Africa: This week in Middle Eastern football

28 September, 2017

Blog: All four teams in the continent's top club competition are from north African nations, writes Uri Levy.

Libya - a country controlled by organised crime gangs

27 September, 2017

In-depth: Thousands of people have been abducted and killed in Libya, where the security services have all but disappeared and gangster militias act with impunity, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

Home ties: This week in Middle East football

20 September, 2017

Despite reaching the World Cup finals, Saudi Arabia's manager, Bert van Marwikj, has been unceremoniously sacked for refusing to relocate to the conservative kingdom, writes Uri Levy.

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