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Editorial

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YEMEN: UN comment on escalating disaster

Escalating conflict over the past four weeks has worsened an already large-scale humanitarian crisis in Yemen. The upsurge in violence has further…

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Current Affairs

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Political Islam is the real problem facing Muslims

Political Islam has tarnished Muslims and Islam to such an extent that the word “Muslim” is now synonymous with terrorism, misogyny and…

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Iran hits out at Saudi intervention in Yemen

Iran’s leader condemned the military intervention by its main regional rival Saudi Arabia in Yemen as genocide, sharply escalating Tehran’s…

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Exclusive to The Middle East Online . . .   Holding the line

 

Gulf Arabs bolster forces as US exits

By Ed Blanche

 

As the Middle East is convulsed by unparalleled upheaval, and faces…

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Exclusive to The Middle East Online . . . ALGERIA: A brewing crisis

By Ed Blanche

Algeria’s most infamous and politically explosive corruption scandal went to trial in Algiers on 15 March, five years after it…

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Regional round-up

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IRAQ: Looking to the long term

As news came through of the re-capture of the Baiji oil refinery from ISIS, the campaign to drive ISIS from Iraq seems to be in the ascendency.…

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YEMEN: United Nations appeals for $275 million aid package

 

The UN has launched an appeal for nearly $275 million of aid to help civilians caught up in Yemen’s worsening conflict. About 150,000…

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TURKEY: Erdogan and the desperate search for a role

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s recent statements and itinerary are clearly posing more worrying questions than providing reassuring…

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Business

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EBRD to stimulate international trade in Jordan

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is aiming to boost export and import activities in Jordan by providing a $10 million…

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UAE looks at multi million $ energy saving

The UAE could achieve energy system savings of $1.9 billion by 2030 by producing a 10 per cent share of renewable energy in its total energy supply…

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Saudi Arabia’s stock market streamlining

The long wait is over … almost. Reports indicate that by April eligible foreign institutional investors will be allowed to start trading directly…

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News and Views

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Book review – The hidden lights of objects

The hidden light of objects
By Mai Al-Nakib
published by Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation
ISBN 9789992195413
price £8.99 paperback

Winner of the…

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Interview: Kuwaiti sculptor Sami Mohammed

Sami Mohammad, the celebrated  Kuwaiti artist and sculptor, whose work has attracted attention not only from the Arab world but across the globe,…

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Book review – The blue between sky and water

The blue between sky and water
By Susan Abulhawa
published by Bloomsbury
ISBN 9781408655101
price £16.99 hardback

The Blue Between Sky and…

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Travelog

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Exclusive to The Middle East online – Tourism adds $7.6 billion to Qatar’s economy

Qatar saw 2.8 million visitors enter the country in 2014, an 8.2% increase in numbers over the previous year, generating 61,000 jobs in the tourism…

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