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Hong Kong protesters are holding tight to their masks in the face of a government determined to quell escalating dissent, reports Haitham Nouri

Despite the Houthis’ attack on Saudi Aramco installations and the “unconfirmed” capture of 2,000 Saudi soldiers, there still might be a prospect of peace, if the armed movement ceases military operations, writes Haitham Nouri

With Algeria moving towards presidential elections later this year, the public’s priority remains removing the remnants of the former regime, writes Haitham Nouri



Sudan is laying the groundwork for peace as negotiations continue with the opposition and armed groups and the announcement of reform plans, writes Haitham Nouri

Ending an emergency meeting at the Arab League, Arab foreign ministers vowed to take legal and political action to confront Netanyahu’s latest attempts to annex more occupied Arab land

The flames that are destroying the Amazonian rainforest are also having an impact on the politics of Brazil

Campaigning is continuing in the run-up to the Tunisian presidential elections despite the arrest of one of the frontrunners

Stripping the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomy and destabilising its demographic balance could enflame tensions in other Indian regions, writes Haitham Nouri

Protests in Hong Kong, according to some analysts, are about more than autonomy from China

Women in Saudi Arabia were this week given further freedoms meant to loosen the grip of the country’s guardianship system, writes Haitham Nouri

Boko Haram and its Islamic State offshoot compete on Nigerian soil, with the latter’s abduction of six local aid workers being the latest round

US forces are to return to Saudi Arabia after an absence of 15 years in the wake of mounting regional tensions

Cornered between political and social tensions, the political players in Sudan must unite to save the country from further turmoil, observers tell Haitham Nouri

The outcome of the forthcoming presidential and legislative elections in Tunisia will not be easy to chart, given the partisan disputes in the country and the recent ban on the niqab

Sudan needs a government of technocrats and interest-based relationships with other countries if its political transition is to succeed, says Deputy Chairman of National Umma Party Mariam Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi from Khartoum

An attempted coup in Ethiopia at the weekend was put down by government forces

The Ethiopian premier’s recent visit to Khartoum focused on negotiating a democratic and consensual transitional period for troubled Sudan

Civil wars and the failing call for a general strike add to the rifts within the ranks of Sudan’s Alliance of Freedom and Change, threatening the unity of the opposition bloc

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