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Saudi Arabia casts shadow over US role in Yemen

15 January, 2018

Analysis: As the US pressures Saudi Arabia over its involvement in the Yemen crisis, Washington's own subtle involvement in the war may fall by the wayside, notes Austin Bodetti.

Under Haftar siege, Libya's Derna suffering 'huge human catastrophe'

12 January, 2018

In-depth: General Khalifa Haftar is imposing a bloody siege on Derna with diplomatic and military support from the Emiratis, reports Austin Bodetti.

Rohingya holding out for an end to Myanmar's abuses

12 January, 2018

While hundreds of thousands of persecuted Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar, others have decided to stay in a country they have considered their homeland for centuries, writes Austin Bodetti.

Afghanistan's youthquake: Young activists lead the way

12 January, 2018

In-depth: Young Afghan activists such as Hamidullah Barakzai, an educated up-and-comer striving for social change, is providing reasons to hope beyond war, reports Austin Bodetti.

Israel offers citizens $9,000 for help deporting asylum seekers

10 January, 2018

Israel has tasked its citizens to help in enforcing its plan to expel nearly 40,000 Africans by force - offering them up to 30,000 shekels.

UN calls on Israel to scrap African migrant expulsion

09 January, 2018

Israel is set to expel nearly 40,000 Africans who entered the country illegally in a migrant relocation plan that has been described 'incoherent and unsafe'

Sudan student killed in protests against escalating bread prices

08 January, 2018

Officials and witnesses said a student was killed in Sudan during demonstrations against soaring bread prices, which has led to a government crackdown against critical media and protesters.

Police clash with Sudan protesters following soaring bread prices

07 January, 2018

Prices of bread have skyrocketed in Sudan - a staple in the country - after the government froze the import of wheat leading to a flour shortage at bakeries.

Protests erupt in Sudan as bread prices soar

07 January, 2018

Sudanese police used tear gas to scatter hundreds of demonstrators protesting skyrocketing bread prices, as Sudan's economic woes persist into the new year.

Sudan recalls ambassador from Egypt amid tensions

05 January, 2018

Long standing tensions between the neighbouring countries have been further frayed as Egypt retaliates to strengthening Sudan-Turkey ties.

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