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The race exacerbates the human rights abuses that take place in Bahrain, with any protest or criticism being silenced to protect financial interests Formula One’s new American owners ...
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Prominent activist Ahmed Mansoor has been held for more than a year in solitary confinement without access to a lawyer. The trial of an Emirati human rights activist, who was ...
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British ambassador to Syria, Simon Collis, attends a meeting of the Iraqi Neighbours Border Security Working Group in Damascus on November 23, 2008. The meeting is the third annual gathering in Syria since it was established in 2006. Delegates to the talks included senior officials from the foreign or interior ministries of nations neighbouring Iraq, officials from Egypt and representatives of UN Security Council members, including the United States. AFP PHOTO/STR / AFP PHOTO
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Ambassador said shattered Awamiyah could be rebuilt with the ‘return of security’ to the city Human rights activists have criticised the British ambassador to Saudi Arabia after he ...
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A Bahrain court has sentenced 24 Shia citizens to jail and revoked their nationality as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on the majority ...
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The small island nation of Bahrain announced on April 1, that it had discovered extensive tight oil and deep gas resources off the west coast of the kingdom, ...
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Campaigners warn that British weapons could be used to kill or injure civilians in Yemen Human rights campaigners have begun an attempt to overturn a high court judgment ...
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Council criticised for failing to put pressure on UAE to improve human rights record A group of Manchester residents has launched a campaign to name a new street ...
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Soldiers of the Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF) attend a special event before starting their service under the auspices of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) at the Singo military camp, 75km north of Kampala on April 12, 2018.
After completing 6 months training, 1822 soldiers will serve peacekeeping mission for a year at their base in Arabisca, 31 km outside of Mogadishu, Somalia.  / AFP PHOTO / Gael Grilhot
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With fears that Sudan will pull out of the Saudi-led coalition, UAE looks to Uganda – and one of Iraq’s most corrupt officials is sent home 8,000 Ugandan ...
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Somali officials at Bosaso airport insisted that ‘heavy bags’ be checked, resulting in hours-long row, local media say. Somali officials are said to have stopped a plane from ...
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OPEC and allied producers will consider extending an agreement to cut oil output into 2019 when they meet in June to assess the market, Kuwait Oil Minister Bakheet ...
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Regional rivals enjoyed ‘amicable ties’ in the 1990s, but analysts say current geopolitics point to more confrontation. In December 1991, Iran’s then-President Hashemi Rafsanjani and Saudi Arabia’s then-Crown ...
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Saudi Arabia is about to open its first cinema for 35 years, showing the film Black Panther. After being banned for decades, why is it now OK to ...
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