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Peter Beinart and the crisis of liberal Zionism | Israel

I first met American writer Peter Beinart in March 2019 during my speaking tour in the United States, which was organised by American...

Beijing’s top office in Hong Kong slams ‘ridiculous’ US sanctions | News

Beijing's top office in Hong Kong has slammed the United States for imposing "ridiculous" sanctions on senior Chinese and Hong Kong officials, dismissing...

Lebanese man, daughter shot dead in Iran’s capital | Iran News

A Lebanese man and his daughter were shot and killed in northern Tehran by an unknown assailant on Friday night, Iran's Mehr news...

Namibia: Rhino poaching falls by more than 60 percent | News

Rhino poaching fell 63 percent year-on-year in Namibia, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism has said citing intensified intelligence operations by authorities and...

Mali’s Keita appoints Constitutional Court judges to ease crisis | News

Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita appointed nine judges to the Constitutional Court by decree as part of a compromise intended to ease the...

More than 60 missing after Beirut mega-blast: Live updates | Lebanon News

Lebanese president says blast probe looking into possible "external interference" in addition to simple negligence or an accident. Lebanese authorities have taken into custody...

Can the post-pandemic world be greener? | Coronavirus pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic forced governments worldwide to impose lockdowns earlier this year. As millions stayed at home for months, normal life ground to a...

New Zealand’s Ardern launches ‘COVID election’ campaign | New Zealand News

Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand, launched her re-election campaign on Saturday promising a "laser-like" focus on boosting jobs and economic...

Palestinian woman killed by Israeli fire during West Bank clash | News

A Palestinian woman has died of a gunshot wound after being shot near the site of clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli troops...

Amazon fires rage in early August as fears of mass blazes mount | News

Fires in the Brazilian Amazon have surged far in August, government data on Friday showed, outstripping the same period of 2019 and renewing...

US State Dept asks Saudi Arabia about ex-spy’s detained children | Saudi Arabia News

The United States Department of State said in a letter it has repeatedly requested that Saudi Arabia "clarify the status and nature" of...

Beirut explosion: Survivors recount the moment disaster struck | Lebanon News

Beirut, Lebanon - Large parts of Lebanon's capital city were torn apart by the explosion this week that killed more than 150 people,...

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Princess Anne turns 70: Celebrating the most down-to-earth princess

The Princess often vies with Charles for the title of busiest Royal (Image: Tim Graham)It’s a sunny morning in the Forest of Dean...

New executive appointments at tourism ministry – Environment – Namibian Sun

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKSeveral new staff members were appointed at executive management level at the environment and tourism ministry today.Tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta announced that...

Macharia: We won’t compromise health to resume flights to Dar

By ANGELA OKETCH Kenya has maintained that it will not compromise the health of its citizens by putting commercial interests first as it...

Lebanon PM Hassan Diab to call for early vote after port blast | Lebanon News

Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab has said he will request an early parliamentary election in a bid to defuse a worsening crisis following...
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