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Supreme Court 'partially' reinstates Trump's controversial travel ban

26 June, 2017

President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban targeting citizens from six predominantly Muslim countries was partially reinstated by the US Supreme Court on Monday.

Libya's Haftar hosts UAE military leader in Benghazi

26 June, 2017

General Khalifa Haftar invited Major General Eisa Saif al-Mazrouei to his Rajma headquarters in Benghazi to discuss their on-going co-operation.

Spain rescues more than 200 refugees from Mediterranean

25 June, 2017

Spain's sea rescue service rescued more than 200 refugees from the Mediterranean Sea on Saturday, after confirming more than 400 were saved this week alone.

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

Saudi succession reshuffle threatens the house of cards

23 June, 2017

Comment: An indulged prince who flaunts his wealth, newly proclaimed Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman will find building support amid increasing dissatisfaction a Herculean task, writes Robert Springborg.

This Refugee Week, we need to celebrate the refugees

22 June, 2017

Nearly two thousand died this year alone while trying to cross the Mediterranean. It is time to recognise what drives refugees to the sea, and celebrate them, writes Munu

Bad news for Saudi oil plans as prices slump

22 June, 2017

Libya, Nigeria and the US have increased their overall output since the start of 2017, damaging an OPEC plan to cut output and stabilise the price per barrel.

Saudi succession reshuffle threatens the house of cards

21 June, 2017

Comment: An indulged prince who flaunts his wealth, newly proclaimed Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman will find building support amid increasing dissatisfaction a Herculean task, writes Robert Springborg.

UN approves former Lebanon minister as Libya envoy

21 June, 2017

The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday approved the appointment of former Lebanese culture minister Ghassan Salame as the new UN envoy to Libya, ending a contentious four-month search.

Hundreds feared dead in Mediterranean after shipwreck

19 June, 2017

More than 1,800 people have died attempting the crossing since the start of the year.

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