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Danish FM admits selling mass-surveillance technology to Saudi Arabia

21 August, 2017

Denmark's foreign minister has for the first time acknowledged that the government allowed the sale of surveillance technology to authoritarian Arab governments, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

The end of American empire, and beginning of what?

18 August, 2017

Comment: As the US' imperial might in the Middle East declines, and Russia and China's stars rise, what does the Middle East's future hold? asks Robert Springborg.

German minister slams Erdogan's 'interference' in Germany's vote

18 August, 2017

"Erdogan's interference in Germany's electoral campaign shows that he wants to incite people in Germany against each other," Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said.

'Jews must respect me' says Richard Spencer after riots

17 August, 2017

Spencer complained about Jews being 'vastly overrepresented in what you could call the establishment' and then demanded they respect him

Speaking music to power: A study in Reformations

17 August, 2017

Blog: 500 years after the start of the Protestant Reformation, music still fuels protest and foments revolution, writes Hadani Ditmars.

Israel's president 'alarmed' by Nazi resurgence in US

17 August, 2017

While President Donald Trump faces continued criticism for his response to white supremacist rallied in the US, Israel's president has warned of a new wave of anti-Semitism in America.

Turkey asks Germany to extradite coup suspect

16 August, 2017

Adil Oksuz is accused of being the 'imam' of air force personnel who bombed parliament last year.

Iraq's Yazidis and Assyrians remain unconvinced by Kurdistan referendum

16 August, 2017

Comment: Whether the futures of Yazidis and Assyrians lie in Iraq or an independent Kurdistan, neither option is likely to guarantee their rights, writes Gareth Browne.

Saudi Arabia's ultimate betrayal of the Syrian revolution

16 August, 2017

Comment: Turkey has been accused in UAE media of abandoning Syria's rebels, but it is Saudi Arabia and the Emirates who have pursued cynical policies in Syria, writes Sam Hamad

Bouteflika sacks Algeria's PM after less than three months

15 August, 2017

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika sacked Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune on Tuesday less than three months after appointing him.

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