Tunisia finds itself in desperate need of an immediate injection of cash. But will the public be patient enough to wait for the promised relief?
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With Abbas in his eighties and Barghouti in jail, many Palestinians and Israelis see Jibril Rajoub as next Palestinian president. But Rajoub himself is not convinced. In conversation with Haaretz, he discusses plans for Hamas-Fatah unity and popular struggle against occupation.
Second such incident in seven days: Arab media reports Israeli jets behind the airstrikes at Mezze military airport in Damascus.
WATCH Meet Bana Alabed, the Seven-year-old Twitter Activist Bearing Witness to the Tragedy in Aleppo
The Twitter account of a seven-year-old Syrian girl, who garnered followers worldwide with her updates from Aleppo, went dark as Syrian forces entered the city.
In my film, I tried to give a platform to the camp residents who had no voice. I didn’t know I would spend the next 14 years defending myself in court, my family from death threats and my reputation from an ongoing media and political lynching.
Eight female and four male models handed sentences between five months and six years, including a ban from traveling abroad and working in the fashion industry.
The Islamic State regime in Iraq has been replaced by the anarchy arising from infighting between local tribes and militias.
After the shooting earlier this month, Jordan state media reported that the three U.S. Army sergeants killed had sparked a firefight by disobeying orders from Jordanians.
Erdogan has long sought constitutional change to strengthen what had been in the past a largely ceremonial position in Turkey.