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Building Collapse in Egypt Kills At Least Eight, Injures Twenty-Four

Building Collapse in Egypt Kills At Least Eight, Injures Twenty-Four Aftermath of building collapse. Credit: ReutersAt least eight people were killed and twenty-four were...

Iraqi protesters’ perilous journey to the ballot box

With the approach of Iraq’s next parliamentary elections in October 2021,...

COVID-19 Fuels the Return of Islamism in Indonesia

This article is part of the series on “COVID-19 in the...

Turkey: Erdogan sacks another central bank chief after sharp rate hike

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan abruptly sacked Turkey's central bank chief on Saturday, two days after a surprise sharp interest rate increase to head...

Myanmar: The February Coup and the Rohingya Genocide

This article is part of the Middle East-Asia Project (MAP) series on...

'We have a problem': Two Capitol riot suspects are Lebanese American

Since announcing his campaign in 2015, former US President Donald Trump regularly used racist language and rebuked immigrants, leading critics to accuse him...

Kuwait’s fractious politics undermine much-needed fiscal measures

Kuwait is stuck in a major predicament. The government continues to...

Oman blocks Clubhouse, citing 'lack of proper authorisation'

Oman blocked the audio app Clubhouse on Sunday, citing "lack of proper authorisation," according to an official statement by the country's telecoms regulator. "Similar...

America Without God

The last time I came back to the United States after being abroad, the customs officer at Dulles airport, in Virginia, glanced at...

Financial Times defends Macron 'small girls in full veils' letter

The Financial Times was right to publish a letter from Emmanuel Macron despite concerns about the French president's claims about Muslims because the...

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