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uae-based company hired pr executive for anti-qatar documentary

copies of 'qatar: a dangerous alliance' were distributed at a hudson institute event attended by steve bannon in 2017.





tapped phone calls further reveal golden dawn's police ties

evidence presented at trial of 69 golden dawn members detail the close ties between police and the neo-fascist party.





yemeni family 'hopeless' after disabled daughter denied us visa

thousands of yemeni-american families have been stranded in djibouti or forced back to yemen due to trump's travel ban.





nicaragua: protesters demand ortega's resignation

unrest in nicaragua continues with thousands marching against president ortega a day after he scrapped pension reforms.





severe weather hits kenya leaving five dead

flash floods and mudslides wreak havoc in and around nairobi as the rainy season sets in.





angola's first satellite defunct four months after launch

russia, which build the defective angosat-1, will construct a new satellite, scheduled to be launched in 2020.





palestinians: stories of resistance

a mother protests, a teenager comes of age, and a cameraman records his final moments – life in occupied palestine.





deadly attacks on afghan voting centres diminish hope for change

the series of attacks have further dampened hopes for a brighter future and an end to the country's prolonged conflict.





indonesia: setya novanto sentenced to 15 years for corruption

ex-speaker of parliament setya novanto sentenced to 15 years for his role in stealing $170m from public funds.





iran to trump: stay in nuclear deal or 'face severe consequences'

president rouhani warns that white house failure to uphold iran nuclear deal would prompt firm reaction from tehran.





kuwait: not resolving gcc crisis is destructive to region

kuwaiti deputy fm khaled al-jarallah says the crisis 'will destroy the hopes and dreams' of the gcc if left unresolved.





nicaragua: protesters demand ortega's resignation

unrest in nicaragua continues with thousands marching against president ortega a day after he scraped pension reforms.





tapped phone calls further reveal golden dawn’s police ties

evidence presented at trial of 69 golden dawn members detail the close ties between police and the neo-fascist party.





uae-based company hired pr executive for anti-qatar documentary

copies of 'qatar: a dangerous alliance’ were distributed at a hudson institute event attended by steve bannon in 2017.





how the media covered the syria strikes

part of the geopolitical showdown that followed alleged chemical attacks in douma is being fought over the airwaves.





jordan expands education access for syrian refugee children

unicef says 31 percent of syrian children in the kingdom are not enrolled in any 'formal or informal education programme'.





'looks deliberate': van ploughs into toronto crowd, killing 10

driver in custody and being questioned by police as search for motive in the deadly incident begins.





anti-sexual harassment message resounds in africa

as women around the world stand up to harassing and abusing men, the struggle is alive and well in africa.





angola sacks army chief and spy boss in latest anti-graft move

president joao lourenco dismissed the two leaders in connection with ongoing corruption investigation.





china: arson suspect arrested in karaoke bar fire that killed 18

state media report suspect had blocked the sole entrance of the lounge with a motorbike before setting it ablaze.