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Trump aid cuts leave Western Sahara peacekeeping facing collapse

20 April, 2018

Slashing funding to UN missions was a favourite topic of the Trump campaign, but it will have real consequences, writes Habibulah Lamin.

Western Sahara proves sticking point in EU-Morocco fisheries deal

19 April, 2018

The EU finds itself obliged to either include Western Sahara in renewing the agreement, a breach of its own law, or cancel the trade accord with Morocco.

German linked to 9/11 captured in Syria: Kurdish commander

18 April, 2018

A Syrian-born militant accused of helping to plan 9/11 attacks in America has been detained by Kurdish forces, a senior commander said on Wednesday.

Moroccan 'mule women' welcome trolley reform to back-breaking trade

18 April, 2018

Permission to use trolleys is one several new reforms aiming to curb the gruelling work of 'mule women' who transport tax-exempt goods on their person across the Morocco-Spain border.

Morocco's king returns home after lengthy medical absence

17 April, 2018

King Mohammed VI has returned to Morocco after undergoing heart surgery in Paris.

FIFA team to begin World Cup inspection in Morocco

17 April, 2018

A FIFA team has arrived in Morocco to begin its inspection of the kingdom's bid to hold the 2026 World Cup.

Haftar's grip is loosening, but what next for Libya?

16 April, 2018

Comment: General Haftar has been a major obstacle to the Libya Political Agreement. His potential departure from the scene could cause a major shift in dynamics, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

No longer alone: Why LGBT activists are speaking out

16 April, 2018

Report: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender activists in the Middle East and North Africa are defying state-sponsored repression and social stigma by sharing stories to help others.

Promoting cultural diplomacy between Oman and US through Arabic

13 April, 2018

Society: Oman has turned an academic connection with the Western world into an opportunity to promote cultural diplomacy, sponsoring scholarships for dozens of American students every summer, reports Austin Bodetti.

The struggle of refugee women across the sea

10 April, 2018

Feature: Women escaping war-torn countries to enter Europe for a better life are faced with many calamities, suffering the fate of all refugees along with gender-based violence, writes Marta Bellingreri.

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