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France freezes company assets over Syria chemical weapons links

18 May, 2018

France has sanctioned nine companies and three individuals suspected of developing chemical weapons for the Syrian regime.

Egyptian brothers arrested in foiled terror attack in France

18 May, 2018

Police in France have foiled a suspected terror attack and arrested two brothers of Egyptian origin, French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said on Friday.

Pro-Assad hackers indicted after hacking western media outlets, institutions

18 May, 2018

Targets of the Syrian Electronic Army ranged from Harvard University to parody news website The Onion.

Putin hosts Assad as UN warns against Idlib attack

18 May, 2018

Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad met in Sochi on Thursday, following a stark UN warning against displacing civilians from rebel-held areas of Idlib.

Beyond hegemony and a liberal international order

17 May, 2018

Comment: It's time for America to realise it is increasingly irrelevant on the global stage, writes Gordon Adams.

Can Libya ever rid itself of corruption?

17 May, 2018

Comment: The transitional vacuum after regime collapse creates opportunities for those in power to line their pockets quickly, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Denmark to pull special forces out of Iraq

17 May, 2018

NATO-member Denmark said it will withdraw its special forces from Iraq, who have been taking part in the US-led coalition against the Islamic State group.

Mr President: Our iftar will be in Jerusalem

17 May, 2018

Zain's latest Ramadan video, which shows a young boy's message to world leaders, has gone viral.

Israel to 'officially recognise' Armenian genocide following Turkey spat

17 May, 2018

Israeli MPs could officially recognise the 1915 Armenian genocide by Turkey, in a bid to avenge Ankara amid an escalating diplomatic row.

Could Iran sustain a war against Israel in Syria?

17 May, 2018

Analysis: Any full-scale Israel-Iran war that begins in Syria will not end there, writes Paul Iddon.

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