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Doha slams Saudi Arabia for detaining Qatari man

02 May, 2018

Qatar has condemned neighbouring Saudi Arabia for arresting a Qatari man as he attempted to return from war-torn Yemen.

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.

Salah's plane sailing: This week in Middle East football

01 May, 2018

Let's hope the row over using Salah's image on an Egyptian jet doesn't derail his season.

Egypt officials apologise to footballer Salah for image scandal

01 May, 2018

The head of Egypt's football association has finally apologised to star Mohamed Salah for a dispute over image rights, showing the power of the 25-year-old Liverpool winger.

Egypt puts ex-football star Aboutrika back on terror list

01 May, 2018

An Egyptian court has put a former football star on a 'terror list' for an additional five years over accusations he financed the banned Muslim Brotherhood movement.

Abbas warns of unspecified 'tough steps' against Israel, US

01 May, 2018

Speaking at the Palestine National Council's first full session meeting since the 1990s, Abbas rejected the US as a broker for any Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.

Building militaries in fragile states: Comparing US and Iran

30 April, 2018

Comment: In comparison to Iran's remarkably successful record of building militaries and their associated states, the US has little to show, writes Robert Springborg.

France's foreign minister meets Sisi in Cairo

30 April, 2018

A French delegation and the Egyptian President agreed that elections should be held in Libya by the end of the year.

Fire breaks out at site of Egypt's new museum

29 April, 2018

Firefighters rushed to the scene of a blaze at the site of Egypt's new museum.

Egypt jails 13 police for taking part in protest

29 April, 2018

An Egyptian court has sentenced 13 policemen to between three and five years in prison for taking part in a 2015 strike demanding higher pay and better working conditions.

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