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The work of Iraqi photographer Latif Al Ani is being exhibited in the UK for the first time, providing a portrait of Iraq as it has never been seen before.

Traffickers are exploiting a legal loophole to avoid serious punishment, even when they are caught. Pramod Acharya investigates.

ICC: 'Reasonable basis' for British war crimes in Iraq

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ICC: 'Reasonable basis' for British war crimes in Iraq

The ICC's chief prosecutor is considering options for further investigations after saying that there is a 'reasonable basis' to believe war crimes allegations.

Ten Syrians killed in people-smuggling minibus crash

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Ten Syrians killed in people-smuggling minibus crash

Syrian refugees and a driver were killed in a collision while crossing the Turkish border.

An endgame in Syria?

James Snell

An endgame in Syria?

Comment: Syrians' suffering will continue whether or not Assad is declared the victor, writes James Snell.

Emile Nakhleh

Saudi-Israeli intelligence-sharing brings closer relations fraught with challenges

Comment: Although still nascent, the emerging Saudi-Israeli 'alliance' is one of convenience and shared interests, writes Emile Nakhleh.

Aamir Ali Bhat

Rohingya refugees in India-ruled Kashmir fear deportation to Myanmar

In-depth: Rohingya refugees in Kashmir fear deportation to the very persecution they fled from in the first place, writes Aamir Ali Bhat.

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Ruling Zimbabwe party oust leader Mugabe as end nears

Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party announced on Sunday that Robert Mugabe must resign as the country's president or face impeachment, as it also ...

The New Arab

The Egypt Report: Playing the blame game

Our new weekly round-up of news from Egypt

The many missed-steaks of halal slaughter

Ruqaya Izzidien

The many missed-steaks of halal slaughter

Comment: Halal abattoirs are cruel - they require cattle and poultry to be alive at the time of killing...

Nayeem Rather

A Kashmiri mother's search for her 'disappeared' son

In-depth: When the Indian army abducted Parveena Ahanager's son, 27 years ago, she began a long and lonely journey for justice, reports Nayeem ...

Turkish military convoy enters Syria's Idlib province

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Turkish military convoy enters Syria's Idlib province

Reports of Syrian rebel alliance Tahrir al-Sham escorting a Turkish convoy into Idlib suggests there may be no direct clashes between Turkish ...

The Iraq Report: The siege of Kurdistan begins

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The Iraq Report: The siege of Kurdistan begins

The New Arab's weekly round-up of events in Iraq

Iran 'recruiting Afghan children' to fight in Syria

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Iran 'recruiting Afghan children' to fight in Syria

Afghan boys as young as 14 are being recruited by Iran to fight in Syria, an investigation by Human Rights Watch has shown.

Riyadh strikes back: official axed over king's Yoda image

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Riyadh strikes back: official axed over king's Yoda image

A Saudi education official has been sacked over a schoolbook that accidentally included a doctored photograph of a former ruler sitting next to ...

Charlie Hoyle

Abu Ghraib civil lawsuit moves forward in US court

A civil lawsuit filed by three former Iraqi inmates who claim they were tortured by US military contractors at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison went before federal judge on Friday.

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Saudi school textbook withdrawn over Yoda image error

Saudi authorities this week withdrew high school textbooks containing a manipulated image of a former Saudi King alongside "Star Wars" film ...

Aijaz Nazir

Rohingya refugees in India fear 'illegal' deportation to Myanmar

Indian lawmakers say they want to deport all unregistered migrants, but Rohingya refugees fear death if they are returned to Myanmar.

The New Arab

The Iraq Report: Iran's allies splinter over IS deals

Analysis: Welcome to The New Arab's weekly digest of events in Iraq

Crossing from Tunisia to Italy - 1980s vs. today

Roshan De Stone and David Suber

Crossing from Tunisia to Italy - 1980s vs. today

The stories of Tunisia's migrant workers and the difficulties they overcome in a world obsessed by borders and immigration controls.

Aaron Noonan

After Mosul, Iran-backed militias will ensure sectarian violence endures

Comment: The cycle of sectarian violence is only likely to continue, writes Aaron Noonan.

Assad regime 'executed' Syria open internet activist Bassel Kharabil

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Assad regime 'executed' Syria open internet activist Bassel Kharabil

A Syrian free speech activist and open software developer was executed by the regime of Bashar al-Assad, according to new reports.

Interpol searching for 173 possible Islamic State suicide attackers

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Interpol searching for 173 possible Islamic State suicide attackers

Interpol released a list of individuals who have reportedly received special training on suicide attack missions, based on US intelligence ...

HRW urges action after discovery of Mosul execution site

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HRW urges action after discovery of Mosul execution site

Human Rights Watch is urging Iraqi authorities to hold its forces accountable for reported abuses and extrajudicial killings in West Mosul.

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