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Art of resistance: First Palestinian museum in US opens

23 April, 2018

Palestinian resistance through culture and creativity is being celebrated at the first museum of its kind in the US.

Israel will not make it to 100

23 April, 2018

Comment: Israel has historically enjoyed the bipartisan support of the US, but sympathies are changing and the era of unconditional political support is coming to an end, writes CJ Werleman.

Tunisia's quiet class struggle against austerity measures

20 April, 2018

In-depth: Three months after January's unrest, Tunisians cope with the government’s neoliberal policies and IMF’s austerity agenda that are noticeably hitting the country’s poor and middle class, writes Alessandra Bajec.

Israel: A radicalised state built on fear and violence

19 April, 2018

Comment: From Tel Aviv liberals to the ultra-orthodox community of Jerusalem, Israeli public discourse towards Palestinians is increasingly radicalised, writes CJ Werleman.

Dozens of regime soldiers 'killed' in eastern Syria attack

19 April, 2018

The Islamic State group has launched a surprise attack near a town in eastern Syria they had lost six months ago, killing at least 25 regime forces, a monitor said.

What is terrorism?

16 April, 2018

Comment: Broad and shifting definitions of 'terrorism' have given states free rein to act with impunity, writes Zohra el-Mokhtari.

France and Tunisia's war or terror: An introduction

16 April, 2018

Comment: 'How do we define terrorism?' and who should be classed as a 'terrorist'? Warda Mohammed introduces this special series on responses to terrorism in France and Tunisia.

No longer alone: Why LGBT activists are speaking out

16 April, 2018

Report: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender activists in the Middle East and North Africa are defying state-sponsored repression and social stigma by sharing stories to help others.

The struggle of refugee women across the sea

10 April, 2018

Feature: Women escaping war-torn countries to enter Europe for a better life are faced with many calamities, suffering the fate of all refugees along with gender-based violence, writes Marta Bellingreri.

Blast kills 11 civilians in Syria's Idlib

10 April, 2018

An explosion targeting a building in Idlib killed 11 civilians and wounded eighty others.

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