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Without help for oil-producing countries, net zero by 2050 is a distant dream

2021-09-08

In the Middle East and north Africa, global warming is not a distant threat, but an already painful reality. Rising temperatures are exacerbating water shortages...

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Protests rage around the world – but what comes next?

2019-11-03

Unrest is seemingly everywhere. We look at the some of the reasons for and responses to it in Hong Kong, Lebanon, Chile, Catalonia and Iraq

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Qatar rejects deadline demands, saying it does not fear military action

2017-07-03

Foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani rejects demands from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates

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Bahrain detains rights activist as UN official criticises repression

2016-06-13

Raid on home of Nabeel Rajab coincides with UN meeting in Geneva that other activists were barred from attending

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Egypt's president under fire over Red Sea islands transfer to Saudi Arabia

2016-04-12

Abel Fatah al-Sisi signed deal to hand over Tiran and Sanafir, which Cairo has controlled since 1950

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Isis propaganda should be ignored by media outlets, say researchers

2016-02-23

Lowy Institute research into the group’s manipulation of western media argues Isis’s slick footage should clearly be tagged as propaganda in TV broadcasts

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Iraqis take a bite out of (no chocolate) cleric

2016-02-23

Sheikh Jalaleddin al-Saghir is mocked on social media for attacking people who spend their money on (unnecessary) chocolate bars

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