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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has diversified his electoral lists in order to have a larger share of the votes in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The latest reconciliation deal between Hamas and Fatah was not met with fanfare in the Gaza Strip, as locals remain skeptical on whether the deal will be implemented.
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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah has claimed responsibility for the Shebaa Farms bombing that wounded Israeli soldiers, and Israel has filed a complaint at the United Nations, signaling that Israel understood the message.
In an interview with Al-Monitor, left-wing Knesset member Dov Khenin describes the essential Israeli political incoherence, where the Israeli public calls for social justice while voting for capitalist, right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin…
In an interview with Al-Monitor, Iraqi Ambassador Lukman Faily said the United States is “more influential” than Iran in helping Iraq defeat al-Qaeda in Anbar.
The Gulf dispute between Saudi Arabia and Qatar is further straining Yemen’s already fragile stability, as both states vie for greater influence in the country.
A warm greeting between Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani and the new Saudi Arabian ambassador to Iran, Abdulrahman Bin Groman Shahri, has angered many Saudis, who still view the two countries as regional rivals.
New coalitions of moderate religious and secular origins could bode well for Iraqi politics and shake up the April 30 elections.
As elections approach, some young Iraqis have turned to rap to express their grievances with corruption and inefficiency in the government.
The mainstream opposition has struggled to respond to rising violence.
The Lebanese electoral session will be a “feeler” to determine the sizes of the various forces.
Dr. Shahla Mir Galoy Bayat, a member of Iran’s parliamentary health committee, has announced plans to eliminate Iran’s successful family-planning programs.
Fluctuations in climate and a lack of state support has made life difficult for many of Morocco’s small-scale farmers.
Iran’s southeastern province is in a severe economic crisis.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul is not likely to serve as symbolic prime minister under a possible Erdogan presidency.
The head of Iran’s prison organization has denied the attack reported in Evin prison, despite statements and letters from prisoners.
Turkey is heading to uncharted territory of first direct presidential elections.
Israel’s neutrality toward the crisis in Ukraine is a dangerous precedent in Israel’s relations with the US, when taking into account that it can exist without Russia’s help, but not without American…