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The new Lebanese executive raised gasoline prices by 37%

The new Lebanese government raised gasoline prices on Friday, cutting a subsidy Prime Minister Najib Mikati called unsustainable as it makes plans to tackle a

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Egypt extends its support for the December elections in Libya

The world might be divided over the scheduled elections in Libya in December but the Egyptian president did not waste a minute to stress the

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CIA warns of al-Qaeda resurgence in Afghanistan

Al-Qaeda militants may soon return to Afghanistan after US troops withdraw and the Taliban return to power. “We are already beginning to see some indications

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Lebanon former premier Hassan Diab fled to the US to avoid interrogation

After 13 months, Lebanon finally had a new government. Yesterday, the former premier Hassan Diab, under investigation for responsibility in the Beirut port explosion on

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Israel’s PM attempts to resolve ties with Egypt after hostility for over a decade

After 12 years, an Israeli prime minister has visited Egypt. On Monday, the new Israeli PM Naftali Bennet met Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to

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Sisi: Impose on Egypt human rights valid in other countries is dictatorial

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the Egyptian president, declared that wanting to impose on Egypt protection of human rights, considered valid in other countries, speeding up the

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Lebanon finally has a new government

Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister Najib Mikat have reached an agreement on a new government formation that will address the profound political, social

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Blinken warns: Washington close to giving up on Iran nuclear deal

The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, warned Iran that the time to return to the nuclear agreement (JCPOA) is about to end and Washington

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Afghanistan: The Taliban are not as they promised, but as we all expected

The acts of repression by the Taliban against women, executed in the public square at this time, continue. After the announcement of the provisional government,

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Torture and rape for refugees returning to Syria

Syria has a government and a leader, reaffirmed only a few months ago after the presidential elections were held without real opponents, but it remains