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Son of Saudi death row cleric blasts ‘brutal regime'

05 September, 2018

Speaking to The New Arab, Abdallah al-Awdah lambasted the charges brought against his father that now might have him executed by the regime he called as brutal as IS

'Signal of hope' for Yemen despite talks delay

05 September, 2018

The talks will be the first public meetings between the government of Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi and Yemen's powerful Houthi rebels since 2016.

No, London has not fallen to Islam

05 September, 2018

Comment: Worryingly, the harmful 'Islamisation of the west' narrative is gaining traction in the mainstream media, writes Sadek Hamid.

Yemen rebels 'stranded' on eve of Geneva talks

05 September, 2018

The UN had been unable to "secure authorisation" from a Saudi-led coalition for a plane to transport the rebel delegation and wounded insurgents out of the country, the rebels said.

Prominent Bahraini activist joins hunger strike in London

05 September, 2018

Zainab Khawaja, who was forced into exile for her role in anti-government protests in Bahrain, announced she would be launching a hunger strike in London.

War crimes in Yemen

05 September, 2018

Comment: The Trump administration's policy on the war in Yemen is indefensible, writes Paul R. Pillar.

Spain cancels bomb sales to Saudi Arabia

04 September, 2018

Amnesty International says Spain is one of biggest arms exporters to Saudi Arabia.

Leading Islamic organisation condemns Saudi trial of cleric

04 September, 2018

A leading Islamic organisation has condemned Saudi Arabia for seeking the death penalty against moderate cleric Sheikh Salman al-Awdah.

Saudi Arabia threatens online satirists with jail time

04 September, 2018

Saudi Arabia has continued its clampdown on dissent and online freedoms with the threat of a five-year prison term for online satirists.

Middle East's significant double-digit growth in airline passengers

04 September, 2018

Middle Eastern airlines are continuing to take the market share from international rivals, so long as global air passenger demand continues to rise, writes Alex Macheras.

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