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Algeria's anti-immigrant hysteria is hiding government failings

13 July, 2017

Comment: Control of the situation lies in legalising the presence of sub-Saharan migrants in Algeria, writes Yasmina Allouche.

Djinn no tonic for Gulf crisis

10 July, 2017

A journalist for a Saudi-owned news network has said that Qataris have hired African wizards to summon spirits to solve the Gulf crisis

Baghdad 'refuses' Saudi-Emirati pressure to join anti-Qatar bloc

09 July, 2017

Iraq's prime minister has reportedly refused demarches from Saudi and Emirati officials to join the diplomatic offensive against Doha.

Belligerent Saudis made the wrong choice in sidelining Qatar

16 June, 2017

Comment: Bullying Qatar with the rhetoric of anti-terrorism is illogical; its isolation is actually down to refusing to align with Saudi foreign policy, writes Dr. Fazzur Rahman Siddiqui.

Saudi Arabia blocks Qatari-owned BeIN sports channel

13 June, 2017

Qatar's BeIN Sports channel, formerly known as al-Jazeera Sports, was blocked from broadcasting in Saudi Arabia on Monday, amid an ongoing blockade on the Gulf state.

Saudi Arabia issues 10,000 Riyal fine for watching al-Jazeera

09 June, 2017

The Saudi tourism commission created a warning to all tourist accommodation providers that they must not broadcast any al-Jazeera channel in their properties.

Qatar advises citizens to not feed the Twitter trolls

09 June, 2017

Qatar has urged its citizens to take the moral high ground and not engage in online arguments during a political standoff with its Gulf neighbours.

Suspected Saudi 'robot army' enlisted in Qatar attack

08 June, 2017

Cyberwarfare is not new to the Gulf, but the current Saudi-led onslaught against the tiny state of Qatar is the most formidable and bizarre yet.

Military leader who helped Mauritania become a democracy dies

05 May, 2017

Ely Ould Mohamed Vall, who briefly headed a military junta and Mauritania, has died of a heart attack while on holiday.

Hundreds of protesters demand end to slavery in Mauritania

01 May, 2017

Hundreds have marched for the rights of former slaves in Mauritania and to denounce injustice against them in the country where slavery persists despite being officially abolished decades ago.

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