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  • Israel and the End of Palestinian Childhood
    By Nabil Al-Sahli | – The Israeli occupation authorities have transformed the images of joy, play and education that should be the norm for Palestinian children into a shocking number of violations committed by the army against them in the...
  • Progressives press Dem leaders to avoid divisive fight over Israel
    Senior progressive Democrats are urging House leaders to abandon plans to vote on a contentious measure in support of Israel next week, just as tensions within the caucus had temporarily faded into the background.A small group of Democrats,... Topics: Caucuses
  • Blame the Bots! Or the Chinese Boogeyman
    Trump looks to change US asylum rules; Race in electoral politics in 2020; Christians United for Israel ever-growing movement.
  • IDF Practices Invading Gaza Just Days After Hamas Drills for Israeli Invasion
    Less than a week after the Gazan government held snap drills rehearsing responses to an Israeli invasion of the Gaza Strip, the Israel Defense Forces practiced doing just that. Topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine, Hamas
  • Will Colombia Buy Israel's Surplus F-16s?
    Dario Leone Security, Americas A deal may be in the making. Noteworthy as we have already reported, Croatia has recently bought 12 surplus IAF F-16C/Ds. Jane’s reports that Elbit Systems and Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) have offered to sell... Topics: Colombia, Croatia

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  • When and where Nile crocodiles attack
    The Nile crocodile is Africa's largest, and most widely distributed, crocodile. It can be found in Egypt in the North, through Central and East Africa, down to South Africa. The largest specimens and concentrations of these crocodiles are in the... Topics: South Africa
  • Rohr insists future is bright for youthful Nigeria
    Cairo (AFP) – Gernot Rohr believes Nigeria will be stronger for their experience at this year’s Africa Cup of Nations after his side suffered a painful, last-gasp defeat to Algeria in the semi-finals. Nigeria looked to be heading... Topics: Nigeria, Cairo, Algeria
  • Belmadi salutes Algeria attitude in last-gasp victory
    Cairo (AFP) – Algeria boss Djamel Belmadi paid tribute to his team’s “great attitude and mental strength” as an injury-time free-kick by Riyad Mahrez secured a place in the Africa Cup of Nations final. Mahrez struck with the... Topics: Algeria, Cairo
  • Senegal reach Cup of Nations final as own goal sinks Tunisia
    Cairo (AFP) – Senegal reached the Africa Cup of Nations final for the second time with a Dylan Bronn own goal giving them a 1-0 win over Tunisia on Sunday in a tense last-four clash in Cairo. With 11 minutes gone in extra time, goalkeeper... Topics: Senegal, Tunisia, Cairo
  • Egypt Opens Two of Its Pyramids for Tourists for First Time Since 1965
    Besides opening two pyramids for tourists, Egypt's Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anany said that archaeologists had uncovered a collection of stone, clay and wooden sarcophagi, some of them with mummies. Topics: Archaeology

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  • Assad Meets Russians to Discuss Future of Syria
    Russian Presidential Special Envoy for Syria Alexander Lavrentyev met with Syrian President Bashar Assad on Friday to discuss the latest developments in Syria. The meeting came as Ankara posted the first photos of Russia's S-400 air defense equipment Topics: Bashar Al-Assad, Turkey, Ankara, World Photos, Russia
  • Syria’s Assad underlines support to Iran against U.S. threats
    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday underlined his country’s support to Iran against the U.S. threats. Assad renewed such stance of his government during his meeting with Hossein Amir Abdollahian, visiting assistant speaker for... Topics: Bashar Al-Assad, Iran
  • Russia Didn't Shoot Back When Israeli F-16s Blew up a Syrian Military Complex
    Sebastien Roblin Security, Middle East Why not? However, as has happened in over 200 other Israeli air strikes on targets in Syria, the defensive fire proved inadequate. The weapons struck three Syrian targets. At 2:30 in the morning on April 13,... Topics: Russia, Military
  • Jim Jeffrey's Terrible Syria Solution Could Create More Chaos
    Michael Rubin Security, Middle East Sterile talk about buffers and safe zones may sound good in Foggy Bottom, but Ambassador Jim Jeffrey’s policies both fan the flames of extremism and set the Kurds up for a massacre. KOBANE, SYRIA—President... Topics: Donald Trump
  • Workers recover hundreds of bodies from Syrian mass grave
    A local official in Syria’s Raqqa says workers have unearthed 313 bodies from a mass grave since it was discovered last month near the northern city

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  • Afghanistan Isn't Worth Dying For
    Daniel L. Davis Security, Middle East Rewarding broken promises, waste, and incompetence is offensive to the sacrifices of our troops. Army Sgt. Maj. James Sartor was killed in action in Afghanistan’s Faryab Province on Saturday. He was...
  • The Pakistan Plan: How a Poisonous Relationship Could Become Prosperous
    Arif Rafiq Security, Middle East The Khan-Trump meeting provides an opportunity for American and Pakistani officials to begin a conversation about potential areas of convergence on controversial topics, like Afghanistan. Next week, Pakistani prime... Topics: Pakistan
  • At Least 76 Civilian Casualties in Bombings in Afghanistan in Past 24 Hours - Sources
    KABUL (Sputnik) - At least 76 Afghan civilians were killed or wounded in separate incidents across the country on Monday, marking another deadly day for the country despite US-Taliban peace talks aimed at ending the country’s 18-year war, local... Topics: Kabul, Taliban
  • Taliban overruns district in eastern Afghanistan
    Afghan officials confirmed the Taliban took the district after security forces retreated. Paktika is in the sphere of influence of the Haqqani Network, the influential Taliban subgroup that is closely allied with al Qaeda as well as Pakistan's... Topics: Taliban, Al-qaeda, Pakistan, Military
  • Afghans are Caught between US Civil Law & Taliban Sharia: How can they get Justice?
    By Ali Wardak | – Getting justice in Afghanistan is a complicated business. Two main justice systems – state laws based on the civil law tradition and Islamic jurisprudence – combine with non-state institutions, such as traditional village... Topics: Taliban
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