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Looting, mass detentions in Tigray after truce: sources

The New Arab 27 Nov 2022
.@WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros), 57, hails from Tigray, the besieged northern region of Ethiopia gripped by two years of fighting and misery 👇https.//t.co/AwDEijMEgK — The New Arab (@The_NewArab) November 10, 2022. Tigray is in the grip of a dire humanitarian crisis after two years of restrictions on aid ... ....
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Letters: FasTrak lanes | Housing proposal | Celebrate libraries | Mental health | Saudi aid

East Bay Times 26 Nov 2022
Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Opening FasTraklanes matches ideals ... 19) ... This so-called privilege does not fit with the democratic ideals of equality. Toll lanes continue to expand ... Re ... 22.. Great article ... Re ... involvement in the humanitarian crisis, the Saudi-United Arab Emirates-led war in Yemen, the U.S.
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New UNDP head presents credentials to Foreign Minister

Kuensel 24 Nov 2022
Younus’s other assignments include Deputy Chief of the South and West Asia Division, New York from 2011 to 2016, Programme Advisor, UNDP Regional Bureau for the Arab States from 2006 to 2010 and Programme Advisor, UNDP Bureau of Crisis ...
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Row breaks out over favourite for EU’s first ever special envoy to Gulf

The Observer 24 Nov 2022
Cinzia Bianco, an expert on the Gulf region at the European Council on Foreign Relations, blamed Di Maio for provoking “the most severe diplomatic crisis between Italy and the United Arab Emirates in the contemporary history of relations between the countries” ... Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and the United Arab Emirates.
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Saudi $5 billion deposit in Turkish Central Bank likely 'economic life-saver' to Erdogan

The Arab Weekly 23 Nov 2022
Turkey, which faces its worst economic crisis in two decades, has been trying to draw investments from wealthy Gulf Arab states. Beside reconciling with Riyadh, Ankara has taken steps to improve relations with the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Israel ... and a cost of living crisis.
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UN climate summit outcomes may cause larger conflicts at COP28 in UAE next year

Hindustan Times 23 Nov 2022
But, the Sharm El Sheikh implementation plan, which summarised the key consensus outcomes of COP27, gives us a peek into what is to be expected next year at COP28 in United Arab Emirates (UAE) and further years to come ... But last night, we saw too many parties are not ready to make more progress today in the fight against climate crisis.
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An underwhelming foreign policy

The News International 23 Nov 2022
the breakup of the Soviet empire, devolution and dispersal of global power, China’s rise, nuclear proliferation, rapid industrialization, 9/11 and the ‘war on terror’, the 2008 financial crisis, the Arab Spring, refugees, populism, Covid-19, supply chain breakdowns, Ukraine, and ...
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Climate-induced droughts are drying up olive oil production

The New Arab 21 Nov 2022
Activists at #COP27 are calling for a "loss and damage" fund to compensate for the disproportionate effects the climate crisis has had on their countries. https.//t.co/V2saEWXVko — The New Arab (@The_NewArab) November 20, 2022 ... Several Arab countries in the Middle East have their own stake in the market for olive oil.
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Voices from the Arab press: 700 Iraqi suicides in one year

The Jerusalem Post 20 Nov 2022
THE WEST REFUSES TO HEED ARAB WARNINGS ... THE ARAB WORLD AND CLIMATE CHANGE ... I’d like to discuss the way in which this crisis has been handled in the Arab world – it first treated the crisis like a joke but in recent years has finally started paying serious attention to the topic. .
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Qatar's World Cup opener shows its reemergence after boycott

Moosejaw Today 20 Nov 2022
Also on the dais with leaders was Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who provided a vital lifeline to Qatar during the crisis. But missing were the leaders of the two other nations involved the dispute — Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates — illustrating that a full rapprochement across the typically clubby Gulf Arab nations remains far off.
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Qatar’s World Cup opener shows its reemergence after boycott

Pioneer Press 20 Nov 2022
Also on the dais with leaders was Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who provided a vital lifeline to Qatar during the crisis. But missing were the leaders of the two other nations involved the dispute — Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates — illustrating that a full rapprochement across the typically clubby Gulf Arab nations remains far off.
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Trump’s growing GOP challengers revive fears of 2016 repeat

The Associated Press 20 Nov 2022
Also on the dais with leaders was Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who provided a vital lifeline to Qatar during the crisis. But missing were the leaders of the two other nations involved the dispute — Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates — illustrating that a full rapprochement across the typically clubby Gulf Arab nations remains far off.
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Qatar opens Mideast's first World Cup before leaders, fans

Castanet 20 Nov 2022
Also on the dais with leaders was Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who provided a vital lifeline to Qatar during the crisis ... At the height of the crisis, newspaper columns even suggested digging a trench along the 87-kilometer (54-mile) border and filling it with nuclear waste.
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Pandas for World Cup boost China-Qatar ties

People Daily 20 Nov 2022
It seems the recent changes in the regional and international landscapes (the "Arab Spring" which began 2011, the 2017 Gulf crisis, the China-US tensions and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict) have had a direct impact on the rapprochement between the two countries toward ...
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French-speaking bloc starts Tunisia summit focused on economy

The Jordan Times 20 Nov 2022
But an official from OIF heavyweight Canada said Ottawa wanted to echo "concern" over "democratic participation" following Saied's power grab in the only democracy to have emerged from the Arab Spring uprisings more than a decade ago.

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