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The Middle East’s crisis is Europe’s too

  By David Hearst    We live in an age of sentimentality and ...

As if it is happening on another planet

By Fahmi Huwaidi   Some news has attraction, ray of hopes and builds trust. ...

Rebels say failure of US talks costs Syrian lives

By Josh Rogin  In the days since the collapse of the Syria peace talks champi...

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As scientists and health professionals struggle to answer all the questions on Zika virus, prec...

When two worlds collide

  By Lauren Booth  A vicious backlash has taken place against Labou...

Syrian conflict — now a threat to global security

By Jamal Khashoggi  The victory of Saudi Arabia and its allies(in Yemen) wi...

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Human rights groups and western governments must force Israel to abandon a bill that seeks to t...

Can Obama let go  of his legacy wish?

By Jackson Diehl   “The tide of war is receding,” Barack Oba...

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North Korea’s rocket launch has ratcheted up tension in an already tense region. N ort...

Fighting corruption in Arab Spring countries

By Dr Noureddine Miladi  One key demand for which people took to the streets in t...

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The fall of Aleppo would be a huge strategic prize for Bashar Al Assad. That should not happen....

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  Greece is still struggling to swallow the bitter austerity pills prescribed by its cr...

Britain’s tea party crisis

By Sebastian Mallaby  By Sebastian Mallaby  The United States is not th...

Tech entrepreneurs try to hack the refugee crisis

By Therese Raphael    When world leaders gathered in London for a m...

French president squanders post-attack bounce

By Elizabeth Pineau and Ingrid Melander      French Pres...

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Pyongyang’s planned rocket launch will only heighten tensions on the Korean peninsula. ...

Ryan to tea party: You’re the problem

By Paul Waldman      This week, Paul Ryan gave a fascinating sp...

David Cameron working with  Qatar to solve the Syrian crisis

By Ajay Sharma    Today, the British Prime Minister David Cameron will ...

Multiple meanings of conversion to Islam in the West

 By Dr Yasir Suleiman    There is an obsession with conversion to ...

Europe’s nicest cities  aren’t its happiest ones

By Therese Raphael  Londoners tend to be pretty happy with their city. But I ...

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Once hailed as a hero by the world for spreading the red carpet to asylum seekers, German Chanc...

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