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The killing of Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is of considerable importance, experts believe, but the ...
Iran has worked to turn sweeping anti-government protests in Iraq from a threat to its hard-earned influence over its ...
The sharp statements between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu last ...
How can parents and others understand and deal with the different lifestyles and thinking habits of the digital natives of Generation Z, asks Mina Adel Gayed
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is attempting to strike a balance between the demands of protesters that have taken to the streets of cities across the country and the needs of its regional allies, writes Manal Lotfy
Climate change will cost the world economy $7.9 trillion as increased drought and flooding threaten the infrastructure
Boston University international relations scholar Henrik Selin explains the impact of the US's coming withdrawal from the Paris Agreement
Has social media managed to make most forms of traditional media or advertising redundant
The number of active terrorist groups in Egypt is ever-changing, with their activities reflecting their ideological commitments and sources of personnel
Despite cosy relations between the US and Israel, Trump’s “Deal of the Century” might have a few shocks in store for Tel Aviv
On 23 March, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) defeated Islamic State (IS) forces in their last stronghold in Baghouz ...
Are the Oslo Accords set to be the first victim of the “Deal of the Century”, and if so, at what cost, asks Said Okasha

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