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South Sudan: An urgent priority for the international agenda

23 March, 2017

Comment: Japan's decision to withdraw its peacekeeping forces from South Sudan came as no surprise, but as the conflict continues to escalate, civilians are left vulnerable, writes Monique Bouffé.

South Sudan rebels capture oil workers following $500mn contract

23 March, 2017

A new oil exploration contract signed by Nigeria's Oranto Petroleum caused a recent flare of violence in the country's north - as experts warn against investing in South Sudan's minerals.

Iraq and Trump: The first two months

22 March, 2017

Comment: Just two months after Trump's inauguration, significant damage has already been done to American-Iraqi relations, despite amendments to the travel ban, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.

Lebanon's Hariri meets Sisi ahead of Trump visit

22 March, 2017

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo on Tuesday to discuss security concerns and regional issues.

Iraq: The legacy of a disastrous invasion lives on

20 March, 2017

Comment: A straight line can be drawn from the day the invasion began 14 years ago, to what is unfolding in Iraq today, writes Usaid Siddiqui.

Fighting talk: Iran's supreme leader calls for 'resistance economy'

20 March, 2017

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday reiterated a call for a self-sufficient economy despite its involvement in the Syrian conflict.

Remembering Iraq's 14 years of terror, not freedom

20 March, 2017

Comment: Iraqis were promised democracy, freedom and human rights by the US and its allies, instead they got a decade and a half of death and destruction, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

Yemen rebels boast of missiles capable of 'reaching Riyadh'

20 March, 2017

A Yemeni pro-Houthi commander has said its military has developed missiles that are capable of reaching the Saudi capital, as the war approaches its two year anniversary.

Saudi Aramco resumes Egypt oil deliveries

20 March, 2017

Saudi Arabia's state oil company Aramco has delivered the first two oil shipments to Egypt after deliveries were suspended for several months over political differences, an oil ministry spokesperson

Haftar's forces celebrate Benghazi victory by 'parading Islamists' corpses'

19 March, 2017

Haftar's Libyan National Army celebrated by letting off guns and fireworks and parading the dead bodies of their enemies through the streets.

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