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And Here I Am: Theatre as AK-47

20 July, 2017

Society: A new one-man-show tells the true story of a refugee jihadist who renounced violence to become an actor thanks to Jenin's famed Freedom Theatre, writes Hadani Ditmars.

Major Syrian rebel group quits al-Qaeda-linked coalition

20 July, 2017

Syrian rebel group Nour al-Din al-Zinki has walked away from the radical umbrella group as tensions between two rival opposition camps threaten war in Idlib province.

Yemen's children are suffering a man-made health catastrophe

20 July, 2017

Comment: A deadly combination of cholera, hunger and child recruitment is plaguing the Yemen's future generation, writes Khalid al-Karimi.

'Don't whitewash Saudi crimes against Yemen's children', charity warns

20 July, 2017

UN warned against setting a dangerous precedent by omitting the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen from a blacklist of children's rights violators.

South Sudan clashes force patients, doctors to flee hospital

19 July, 2017

Patients and doctors at the clinic in the town of Maiwut risked being caught up in an army offensive closing in on the nearby opposition-stronghold Pagak.

Who are Israel's Druze community?

18 July, 2017

In-depth: The 120,000-strong community is unique in its self-identification and shares a complex relationship with Israel's state, society, and Palestine.

Lebanese authorities clamp down on Syrian refugee campaign

18 July, 2017

In-depth: Protests organised by Syrian refugee solidarity campaigners, and a rival pro-army demonstration, have both been banned by Lebanese authorities with fears tensions could erupt between the two sides.

Israeli PM Netanyahu set to meet right-wing Hungarian leader

17 July, 2017

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will arrive in Hungary on Tuesday in a landmark visit to bolster ties with right-wing leader Viktor Orban, who has been accused of "authoritarianism".

Is it time to write the GCC's epitaph?

17 July, 2017

Comment: Now that they feel relatively secure, GCC members - particularly Saudi Arabia and the UAE - are more confident in attacking others, threatening the GCC's union, writes Emile Nakhleh.

Syria says shells hit Russian embassy compound

16 July, 2017

Syrian state media say shells have hit the Russian embassy in Damascus causing material damage.

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