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Saudi-owned channel gives up UK-EU licence over 'biased coverage'

17 February, 2018

Saudi-owned news channel Al Arabiya has reportedly given up its licence to broadcast in the UK and EU to avoid paying financial penalties over biased coverage.

Egypt arrests barred presidential challenger's aide after 'blackmail threat'

13 February, 2018

Egyptian police have arrested the country's former anti-graft chief after he suggested that a presidential hopeful he campaigned for had documents implicating current leaders.

Tillerson kicks off 'difficult tour' of tense Middle East

12 February, 2018

Flying into Egypt on Sunday, the US Secretary of State has started a five-nation tour in the Middle East, amid heightened tensions and unease over Trump's policies in the region.

Modi applauds 'vibrant relationship' between India and Gulf

11 February, 2018

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has applauded the 'vibrant relationship' shared between his country and Gulf Arab nations during a visit to Dubai.

India's Narendra Modi embarks on Middle East tour

09 February, 2018

Narendra Modi has set off on a tour of the Middle East, which will see him become the first Indian prime minister to visit the Palestinian territories.

Will Europe ban weapons to countries fighting in Yemen?

08 February, 2018

Analysis: Saudi Arabia and the UAE will no longer receive weapons from Germany and Norway, and many are wondering whether other European nations might follow their example, writes Stasa Salacanin.

Son of jailed Egyptian presidential hopeful Anan arrested

08 February, 2018

Samir Anan has been arrested after being investigated for making anti-regime tweets, in the latest crackdown on any remaining opposition to President Sisi ahead of the general election in March.

Yemen PM seeks reconciliation after deadly Aden clashes

07 February, 2018

Yemen's prime minister appealed on Wednesday for reconciliation with southern separatists after deadly clashes last month.

Louvre apologises to Qatar for 'Gulf map scandal'

06 February, 2018

The Louvre Museum in Paris has apologised to Qatar for its franchise in the United Arab Emirates displaying a map of the Arabian Peninsula that purposely blacked out Qatar.

Sisi or Sisi's supporter? Egypt's presidential dilemma

06 February, 2018

Analysis: After the alarming sidelining of any serious challengers to Sisi in upcoming presidential elections, Émile Taalab asks: will Egyptians still go to the polls?

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