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Baghdad is in ISIS crosshairs, warns Iraqi president
Iraq Politics

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Iraqi President says Baghdad is now in danger from Islamic State jihadist mil­itants following their capture of strategic western city of Ramadi.

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Telling the story of Arab-Americans on film
Culture

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Americans are familiar with narratives of Irish and Italian im­migrants, refugees from World War II, Asia and now Latinos \'but few know story of millions of Arab- Americans.\'
“Arab-Americans have been in the weeds of American history for too long and it’s time for the flower to blos­som and tell this story” says Abe Kasbo, chief executive officer of Verasoni Worldwide.

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Latest war adds new generation of mental trauma in Iraq
Culture

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International aid groups are trying to help some of hun­dreds of thousands of people who fled from their homes to escape ISIS.

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Algerian army targets southern smuggling
Algeria Politics

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Algeria’s army is shifting its focus from fighting Is­lamist militants at home to Sahel border smuggling that supports those militants.

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Migrants labour in Libya to keep dream of Europe alive
Economics

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Like thousands of other mi­grants, Elias is labouring in Libya to scrape together enough cash to pay people traffickers for perilous journey across Mediterranean.

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France benefits from comparative edge in the Gulf region
Economics

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Although French policy in re­gion is perceived as being different from that of United States, seri­ous questions remain as to whether this perception is based on genuine disagreement or astute public rela­tions.

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Has Iran changed its hues?
Opinion

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Will nuclear agreement truly influence Tehran’s regional rela­tions and tone down its bellicose rhetoric?
There is a growing debate in the Middle East about which way things are headed with developments under way in several hot spots.

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Why Sufism is the antidote to extremism
Culture

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Creed and sharia without sensitivity lead to corruption of creed and turning of sharia into abuse and cruelty.

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Southward Journey through Tunisia
Travel

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Our visit to Tunisia’s south pro­vided diversity in architecture, in landscape and in the people we met.
When Lawrence of Arabia travelled the desert, he left many images behind that conjure up a rather romantic vision of desert life; travel by camel, a world far from worries and images of endless sand and emptiness that have a stark beauty of their own.

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Cautious optimism in the Gulf after summit
Opinion

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GCC states, and in particular Saudi Arabia, will con­tinue to take lead while keeping United States in the loop.
The results of the Camp Da­vid summit between US President Barack Obama and leaders and repre­sentatives of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have been met with cautious optimism by officials and analysts in the Gulf region.

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