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Anti-Qatar countries to drop demand on Al-Jazeera's closure

13 July, 2017

An anti-Qatar coalition of Arab nations look set to back down on a demand on Doha to close flagship media network Al-Jazeera.

Politics on pitch: This week in Middle East football

12 July, 2017

Blog: Football is a sport played on a level playing field, but in the Middle East and Africa, it is common to see politics take control, writes Uri Levy.

How will the Gulf crisis affect Libya?

12 July, 2017

Comment: An emboldened Egypt and UAE spells bad news for an inclusive Libyan national agenda, writes Guma ElGamaty.

UAE seeks a power shift in Palestine amid Gulf-crisis

09 July, 2017

With attention in the Middle East focused on the Gulf crisis, the United Arab Emirates is elsewhere seeking to reshape the region in ways that could alter its power dynamics

These Middle Eastern countries still criminalise homosexuality

08 July, 2017

As Londoners on Saturday marked 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality, same-sex relationships in some countries in the Middle East are still punishable by death.

EU warns rescuers over 'encouraging refugees' to cross Mediterranean

04 July, 2017

The European Commission claims some private rescue boats could encourage refugees to risk their lives in flimsy dinghies in the hope of being picked up and ferried over to Europe

Oppa Dahieh Style: Searching for K-Pop in Hizballah land

04 July, 2017

Beirut's southern suburb is the new Gangnam for the South Korean video blogger who calls himself The Daily Oppa.

Berlin market attack suspect's body returned to Tunisia

01 July, 2017

The remains of a terror suspect killed while on the run in Italy land in Tunisia for burial in his home town of Oueslatia.

'Disturbed' attacker stabs German tourists near Tunisian beach resort

01 July, 2017

Police arrest a man suspected of stabbing a German mother and daughter as they visited the crafts market in the Tunisian town of Nabeul.

Manufacturing virginity: Tunisian women choosing to 'repair their honour'

29 June, 2017

Women who have had pre-marital sex often undergo hymen reconstruction surgery as a way to manufacture their purity for their husbands and families, writes Alessandra Bocchi.

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