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Egypt has turned to Saudi Arabia to help pressure Ethiopia into compromising on the Renaissance Dam, which Cairo fears will cut off vital water supplies from the Nile River.
The eruption of a crisis in Ukraine has drawn international attention away from the March 5 meeting of the International Support Group for Lebanon.
Foreign Shiite fighters are rallying to the defense of the Syrian government in the civil war, with implications for the future of Syria and the strategic balance in the Middle East.
The announcement by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE that they are withdrawing their ambassadors to Qatar is a further sign of the deterioration in Saudi-Qatar ties and the fragmentation of the…
A vegetarian diet amasses more and more supporters in Israel, but is this a genuine change of heart, a fashionable trend or the latest outlet for an “acceptable” aggressiveness?
Unlike other Western countries, Israel invests little in daycare and maternity leave, which explains the concerning data in the state comptroller’s latest report on the representation of women in the public service.
Turkey is hoping that a water-cooperation project will lead to energy collaboration with Cyprus.
The growing Egyptian population is straining the country’s drinking water supply, which mainly comes from the Nile.
Dambala, a game similar to bingo, has become very popular in Baghdad, especially among the youth.
The best approach to a political solution in Syria lies in addressing both the threat of international terrorism and the urgent humanitarian crisis, as well as a national and international process leading…
Turkey’s energy-supply vulnerabililty continues unchanged from earlier crises.
A US Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee hearing on Lebanon considered how the Lebanese military is adapting to meet the jihadist challenge.
The Ukraine crisis will likely harden Russia’s support for Syria, further complicating Turkey’s regional policies.
The Palestinian government encourages tourism from East Asia and complains that the establishment of settlements would stand in the way of developing tourist routes in the West Bank.
The leader of the Saudi-backed rebel Southern Front, which Riyadh intends to arm with advanced weaponry, has openly collaborated with al-Qaeda during the course of the Syria war.
The Arabian Peninsula is widely known for its strict observance of Islam, but a rising number of Gulf nationals are starting to distance themselves from religious practice.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan retains his popular base, despite scandals, because most people believe they are still better off with the Justice and Development Party (AKP).
Amid an atmosphere of violence and fear, a number of Syrian students have organized a project to initiate flash mobs in public, aimed at bringing moments of joy to a city engulfed…
Recent cases indicate that some Saudi schools are requiring women to wear hijabs as punishment for “nontraditional” haircuts, in violation of the Ministry of Education’s disciplinary code.