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What next for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi?

27 June, 2017

Comment: Was Saif al-Islam Gaddafi really released recently? If so, what influence might he have on Libya's future? asks Guma ElGamaty.

Who is Trump sharing spy tool intelligence with?

27 June, 2017

Comment: How intelligence sharing operates and what, if any, intelligence Trump might provide to his autocratic US allies in the region, is of utmost concern, writes Marcus Montgomery.

US threatens Assad over potential chemical attack

27 June, 2017

The US has warned President Bashar al-Assad that the Syrian regime president and his military would 'pay a heavy price' if it conducted a 'planned' chemical weapons attack.

'Temporary' deals become entrenched injustices as Israeli occupation persists

26 June, 2017

Comment: Open-ended agreements reached without resolution always favour the occupier over the occupied, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Bullets in cyberspace: The new terrain of diplomatic warfare

26 June, 2017

Comment: Even small states can exploit opportunities that cyberwarfare offers to instigate and exacerbate political conflicts, writes Amar Diwakar.

UAE embroiled in Yemen torture sites controversy

26 June, 2017

The UAE said it has no role in at least 18 black-sites in Yemen where torture took place, according to information revealed in an AP investigation last week.

Qatar demands 'very difficult' to meet: US

26 June, 2017

The US Secretary of State issued a statement on Sunday, calling for dialogue and a 'lowering of rhetoric' in the ongoing blockade of Qatar.

Saudi-led ultimatum on Qatar 'against international law': Erdogan

25 June, 2017

The Turkish President slammed on Sunday the sweeping list of demands from Saudi Arabia and its allies to Qatar as an attack on the sovereign rights of a state.

Dutch officials slam 'unnecessary' extradition row with Morocco

25 June, 2017

Dutch officials slammed Morocco's "incomprehensible and unnecessary" decision to summon its ambassador home in a row about the extradition of an alleged drug trafficker on Sunday.

Jordan to cancel ‘marry the victim’ clause shielding rapists

24 June, 2017

In a key step toward reform, the kingdom is now poised to abolish a provision that exempts a rapist from punishment if he marries his victim

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