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Egypt considers acting as a mediator in the Sudan crisis.

Sudan– Egypt has urged all parties in Sudan’s political dispute to participate in the selection of a new, consensual transitional prime minister in order to


Lebanon : Drivers Block Roads amid Mounting financial Crisis

Lebanon– Lebanon’s public transportation drivers shut down highways on Thursday, slowing traffic across the nation in protest of currency manipulation that has left them out

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War in Yemen: Growing Hunger and Economic Collapse

Yemen–Senior United Nations officials said that escalating military action in Yemen has displaced more than 15,000 people in the last month, killed or injured more


Complications mount in building Iraq’s New Government

Iraq–Following the confirmation of the country’s parliamentary speaker on Sunday, ninety-four days after Iraqis went to the elections on October 10, government formation discussions are


Iranian health minister faces public outrage for having received an imported vaccine, contradicting his earlier claims

Iran– A group of conservative legislators in Iran’s parliament are attempting to impeach the country’s health minister, marking the first such effort against President Ebrahim

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In a landmark ruling, a Saudi court orders the naming and shaming of a man convicted of sexual harassment

Saudi Arabia– A Saudi court has sentenced a man convicted of sexual harassment with public defamation, in addition to a prison sentence and a fine.

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Two former Israeli prime ministers face off in court in Tel Aviv

Israel–In Tel Aviv, two former Israeli prime ministers squared off in court, with Benjamin Netanyahu and his family suing Ehud Olmert for slander. Mr Netanyahu,


United Nations: Dialogue to resolve the post-coup crisis in Sudan starts today

Sudan–The United Nations Mission in Sudan said that consultations will begin on Monday, with the aim of starting direct negotiations to resolve the political crisis


Carnegie: The electoral process in Libya has exacerbated divisions and the prospects for stability are becoming more complex

Libya– The Carnegie Middle East Center said that the entire electoral process has exacerbated divisions in Libya rather than bridged them, where the legal basis


The new Iraqi parliament holds its first session amid political differences

Iraq– On Sunday, the first session of the new Iraqi parliament started, about three months after the legislative elections, the results of which were issued