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Jordan approves cabinet reshuffle to absorb discontent over economy

26 February, 2018

The Jordanian King has approved a cabinet reshuffle in what is being seen as a way to deflect from discontent at rising costs of living.

Lions rescued from Middle East head to South Africa

25 February, 2018

The animal rights group Four Paws International rescued Saeed and Simba in daring warzone operations in 2017 from Magic World outside in Syria's Aleppo and the Mosul zoo in Iraq.

Syrian refugee children in Jordan 'increasingly vulnerable'

25 February, 2018

Some 5.5 million Syrians have fled civil war in their homeland since 2011, most settling in neighbouring countries where they struggle to survive, and millions more displaced inside Syria.

How Arabs are complicit in massacring Eastern Ghouta's people

24 February, 2018

Comment: Syria's massacres are not an accident. Local, regional and global powers created the tragedy. And Arab and international public opinion has contributed, through apathy and silence, writes Robin Yassin-Kassab

Innocents in America and Syria

23 February, 2018

How did it all come to this?

One woman tackles two of Gaza’s toughest challenges

23 February, 2018

Fighting patriarchy and the electricity shortage at the same time, twenty-four year old Majd al-Mashharawi created the 'sunbox' - Gaza's first off-the-grid solar kit, reports Karama Fadel.

Refutrees: Re-sowing Palestine's farming tradition among its refugee population

22 February, 2018

Seeking to inspire environmental movements to reform the current trajectory of Palestinian waste, and poor management of resources, Refutrees is a growing organisation.

Iraq urges FIFA to lift ban on hosting internationals

22 February, 2018

Iraq is hoping renovated stadiums and a ban on bringing weapons to matches will convince FIFA to lift restrictions on it hosting international competitions on home turf.

Sisi scores 'own goal' praising Israel gas deal

21 February, 2018

President Sisi has claimed Egypt 'scored a goal' with a deal to pay $15 billion to Israel for gas, but not everyone agrees the goal was in the right end.

Six hospitals bombed in Eastern Ghouta in two days

20 February, 2018

More than 250 civilians have been killed in Eastern Ghouta, including dozens of children, since the Syrian regime escalation began on Sunday.

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