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Last year, the Pakistani military sent over 1,000 new troops to Saudi Arabia. Their purpose was unclear with analysts speculating that they were deployed to protect the Saudi royal family...
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Double bombing kills at least 16 in militant-held Syrian city of Idlib
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Human Rights Watch has called the military’s tactics “abusive” and “self-defeating”
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Tensions rise in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa over new locks on Old City gate
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“With the right policies, Iraq could manage its water supplies and become, as in ancient times, the breadbasket of the Middle East"
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"I resorted to selling my wedding ring and buying a phone so I could speak to my family. But my husband found out, and he took away my mobile"
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'Everyone was displaced. No houses left. It became a ghost town. And even after that, the militants are still hiding there.' via
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"We tell those groups who are betting on the Americans that the Americans will not protect you," Assad said in a televised speech. via
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"If we were to extend the boundaries of how Prevent treats Muslims to how it treats far-right ideology, we would begin to see referrals in unimaginable numbers" |
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Prevent's work on far right extremism does not make it worth saving
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“Journalists and media workers covering protests should not be criminalised for their professional duties and they certainly should not be facing the death penalty for doing so”
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Everyone was displaced. No houses left. It became a ghost town. And even after that, the militants are still hiding there”
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Can Iraq manage its water supplies and reemerge as the breadbasket of the Middle East once again? 💧🌿
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Opening the tomb of Tutankhamun
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In pictures: The tomb of Egyptian pharoah Tutankhamun is reopened
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Many of the detainees are thought to be poor Pakistani labourers who travel to the Gulf each year, working on construction sites and as domestic helpers and sending money back to their families
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When the question of an apology for Balfour is raised with British government representatives, the answer usually is that if Britain apologises for this, then where would it stop, considering its colonial history? | Kamel Hawwash
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Israel and the Czech Republic said that though the summit was cancelled, they will hold bilateral meetings this week alongside Hungary and Slovakia
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Families were given little notice before the demolitions, inconsistently offered compensation that was often unfair and failed to provide the displaced residents with anywhere else to stay
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"Palestinians thought the centenary of the Balfour Declaration would be an opportunity for Britain to atone for its sin ... but Britain was in no mood to apologise" | Kamel Hawwash
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