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Brothers of the Gun: A memoir of Syria's war

11 June, 2018

The New Arab Meets: Syrian journalist Marwan Hisham and American artist Molly Crabapple speak about their powerful new book 'Brothers of the Gun'.

Nearly one million Syrians displaced in 2018, UN says

11 June, 2018

More than 920,000 people were displaced inside Syria during the first four months of 2018, the highest level in the seven-year conflict.

Syria 'dissolves loyalist militias in capital under Russian orders'

11 June, 2018

The Syrian regime has reportedly dissolved loyalist militias in the capital Damascus under orders from its main backer Russia, The New Arab's Arabic-language service has reported.

UN chief calls for investigation of Syria strikes

11 June, 2018

More than 2 million people in Idlib currently need humanitarian assistance, including hundreds of thousands of Syrians evacuated from cities captured by the regime in recent months.

Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait offer billions to crisis-hit Jordan

11 June, 2018

Jordan has been rocked in recent days by mass protests against price rises and a proposed tax hike as the government pushes measures to slash the country's debt.

Kurd-Arab council ready for 'unconditional talks' with Syria regime

11 June, 2018

The Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) said it was committed to resolving Syria's deadly conflict through dialogue, and would not "hesitate to agree to unconditional talks".

Saudis host four-nation meeting over Jordan crisis

10 June, 2018

Saudi Arabia hosted a meeting centring on Jordan's economic crisis.

Syria strikes kill 15 civilians in Idlib

10 June, 2018

Fifteen civilians, including four children, were killed in Russian airstrikes in north Syria.

EU pledges millions to ease Jordan's economic woes

10 June, 2018

Cash-strapped Jordan, a close US ally that relies heavily on donors, is struggling to rein in its debt after securing a $723-million loan from the International Monetary Fund in 2016.

Lebanese army installs e-gates at Palestinian refugee camp

10 June, 2018

In 2016, the Lebanese army began construction of a wall with watchtowers to segregate the camp from surrounding areas due to security concerns.

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