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From Balfour to Boris: Britain's broken promises in Palestine

16 October, 2017

The long read: In its centenary year, Professor Avi Shlaim examines the impact of the Balfour Declaration and Britain's 'deviousness, duplicity and double-standards' in Palestine, writes Ben Clarke.

Lebanon president tells Syrian refugees to return home

16 October, 2017

Lebanon's President Michel Aoun has told international envoys that his country has had enough of hosting Syrian refugees and that they should return back to the war-torn country.

Israel strikes Syrian anti-aircraft battery after missile fire

16 October, 2017

Israeli jets attacked Syrian anti-aircraft battery near Damascus on Monday after it fired towards its planes, Israel's military said.

Lebanon's 'fearful' weed farmers turn to lucrative wine business

15 October, 2017

Dozens of farmers from the Coteaux Heliopolis cooperative are growing grapes for winemaking in the northern Bekaa Valley's Deir al-Ahmar region.

Syrian 'regime soldiers on catwalk' at Beirut fashion show

14 October, 2017

A Syrian fashion designer has sparked anger after she posed on the catwalk with models dressed in Syrian military uniforms at a show in Lebanon.

Looted antiquity in Met museum to return to Lebanon

13 October, 2017

The sculpture, thought to be 2,300 years old, had been on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art until July when the museum handed it over to authorities.

Lebanon cyber police arrests highlight growing Middle East 'sexual-extortion'

12 October, 2017

A spate of sexual extortion cases in the Arab region has prompted internet security groups to issue new warnings to netizens to protect their online privacy from intrusion and blackmail.

New US measures will not affect group, says Hizballah

12 October, 2017

Hizballah brushes off multimillion-dollar bounty placed on leaders by the Trump administration.

Qatar, France neck-and-neck for UNESCO chief

11 October, 2017

Qatar's Hamad bin Abdulaziz al-Kawari and France's Audrey Azoulay are neck-and-neck in the race to head the UN's cultural body.

These Arabs want to help Israel fight BDS

11 October, 2017

After lobbying Western governments to pass laws to punish efforts for the BDS targeting Israel over its treatment of Palestinians, Israel has now recruited Arabs to fight the non-violent campaign.

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