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"The British Museum promotes itself as the museum of the world for the world, arguing that it is free to enter... But how many ordinary Iraqis or Egyptians are able to get a visa to Britain, let alone afford a trip to London?" |
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The 56-41 vote in the Senate marked the first time either chamber of Congress has passed a motion to withdraw US armed forces from a foreign military engagement under the War Powers Act
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“Nothing from the agreement of peace talks in Sweden will be implemented and only the souvenir photos will remain after these talks"
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200 people attended an unofficial Stolen Goods tour at the British Museum in London
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"We need to disassociate ourselves, we need to move away from the regional conflicts...The big countries can afford it - Lebanon cannot" - Saad Hariri
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Australia formally recognises West Jerusalem as Israel's capital
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"The government does not want the communities to reconstitute themselves. On the contrary, it wants society to remain fractured. A broken society is easier to control"
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Many Yemenis have expressed doubts whether the agreements reached in Sweden will materialise
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Gulf states have vied for access to Trump’s inner circle and influence in Washington since the business tycoon’s unorthodox and ultimately successful bid for the presidency started to gain momentum in early 2016
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Why does Hariri think the relationship between Lebanon and Saudi "could be better?
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US Senate holds Mohammed bin Salman "responsible" for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi
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"It is time for the United States Congress to tell the despotic government of Saudi Arabia that we do not intend to follow their lead in their military adventurism," Senator Bernie Sanders said
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British officials indicated their willingness to: - “Engage in covert operations outside the rule of law” - “Turn a blind eye to the use of torture" - “Reap benefits from interrogation under torture”
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Despite the historic result, the Senate resolution on Yemen still has to clear additional hurdles to become law
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Saudi Arabia was the first overseas country visited by Trump after he became president in 2017 His visit to Riyadh came just weeks before Saudi the UAE and their allies initiated a blockade of Qatar...
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"They think the world is dumb. This nation isn't dumb and it knows how to hold people accountable"
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The Libyan and British intelligence agencies were described as “partners in crime in unlawful and extremely shady behaviour”
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"Will the world stand by again in silence and let the Gulf despots stage another coup, another intervention?" |
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Interpol found that the cases against Qaradawi were "politically motivated"
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US Senate holds Mohammed bin Salman "responsible" for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi
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