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For more than 20 years, Somalia has been the epitome of a failed state. But, despite recent terror attacks, the growing number of returning exiles offers a new beginning.
September 4, 2014
There are now more than 5,000 foreign insurgents fighting the Assad regime, writes Samira Shackle. Most of them are from neighbouring countries, but an unprecedented number are from the West
March 27, 2014
France’s ban on religious symbols at state schools unfairly discriminates against Muslim women, say critics, pointing to the case of a mother who was told she could not go on a field trip with her daughter because she was wearing a hijab.
September 12, 2013
Arab Americans hit 'disproportionately' hard by Covid-19
Oil prices rally to highest since 2019 after Opec+ rolls over output curbs
How one man continued to fly around the world during the pandemic
‘Can I continue living in the UAE after my divorce?’
Saudi Arabia's Al Ula airport will welcome international flights