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Islamic State attack kills two Haftar fighters in Libya

25 October, 2017

The Islamic State killed two fighters from forces commanded by Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar on Wednesday.

Hola, Saudi Arabia: This week in Middle East football

25 October, 2017

Blog: Saudi Arabia is hoping a stint for its national players in Spanish teams will help its World Cup chances, writes Uri Levy.

‘Racist and illegal’ fast-track deportations target refugees in Greece

23 October, 2017

In-depth: The Greek authorities are deporting migrants on the Greek islands to Turkey in an expedited process - raising concerns over potentially illegal and prejudiced practices, reports Matt Broomfield.

UN ends month-long Libya talks with little progress

22 October, 2017

A month of UN-backed Libya peace talks held in Tunisia have ended with little progress towards stabilising the country or holding elections.

What happens next if the UN fails in Libya?

20 October, 2017

Comment: The alternative outcomes, should the UN's sixth envoy to Libya fail to bring about a political solution, are not enviable, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Equal inheritance for daughters is key to women's empowerment

19 October, 2017

Comment: While marriage between a Muslim woman and a non-Muslim man is now permitted, the question of equal inheritance rights between the sexes is a thornier issue, writes Sophie Bessis.

Tunisia jails couple over 'naked public kiss'

19 October, 2017

Appeal case ends with reduced prison terms after widespread outrage at the 'naked' couple's earlier sentencing.

Shia militias and Peshmerga downplayed Kirkuk tensions before conflict

17 October, 2017

Analysis: The Popular Mobilisation Forces and Kurdish leaders said they did not want to see violence, writes Adam Lucente.

The mental trauma of Iraq's displaced

16 October, 2017

In-depth: As the Islamic State group faces defeat in Iraq, the mental scars of their brutality remain carved into Iraqis who suffered under the self-styled 'caliphate', reports Laura Cappon.

Wave of 'thirsty protests' hit Morocco after water shortages

15 October, 2017

In a bid to express their discontent over the water crisis, residents began organising regular peaceful protests in a town near the capital Rabat.

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