Wr.: Mahmod Mohammadi, Tr.: Ahmed Seif EL-Din Terrorism is a complex issue that cannot be reduced to a single cause. While religious beliefs are often cited as the primary reason for young p... Read more
Nahla Abdelmonem India has assumed the presidency of the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the United Nations Security Council. This has raised questions on whether India’s presidency wil... Read more
Nahla Abdelmonem The ruling Taliban movement in Afghanistan recently took a set of decisions that were classified as restricting personal and political freedoms. The decisions included – amo... Read more
For these four young people, Pakistan is home. They were born and raised there. They have big plans: to study, to open their own businesses, to succeed. But Pakistan says their home is elsew... Read more
Ahmed Adel Life in Yemen is becoming more difficult day after day as a result of the Houthis’ practices, as poverty is widening and the number of displaced people is increasing. Amid... Read more
Minaret Jam, one of Afghanistan’s greatest architectural treasures, in danger of collapsing after floods and neglect
A remote 800-year-old minaret which is one of Afghanistan’s greatest archaeological treasures is in danger of falling down because of flood damage. The Minaret of Jam stands taller tha... Read more
At least 16 people have died after a migrant boat capsized in the Aegean Sea late Friday, bringing to at least 30 the combined death toll from three accidents in as many days involving migra... Read more
Nearly 100 candidates declared they were running for president, a few of them among the most prominent in Libyan politics. More than a third of Libyans registered to vote, and most signaled... Read more
Sara Rashad African Sahel states are trying to cope with a decision by French President, Emmanuel Macron, in June to end the French military mission in Africa. The decision shocked African s... Read more
After Ethiopia’s embattled prime minister pulled off a stunning military victory earlier this month, reversing a rebel march on the capital that threatened to overthrow him, he credited the... Read more
Amr Moussa is the new Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the International Peace Foundation, Interpeace
Interpeace International announced the selection of Mr. Amr Moussa as the new Chairman of its Board of Trustees. The organization’s statement stated that the prominent Egyptian statesm... Read more
Protesters in Baghdad hold a sit-in demanding that U.S. troops leave Iraq. Counterterrorism troops patrol streets. A federal court ponders whether to certify results of parliamentary electio... Read more
Noura Bendari The world marked Human Rights Day on December 13. The day has come to bring to light the violations the Iran-backed Houthi militia keeps committing against... Read more
Doaa Emam Confrontation is still possible between Algeria and Morocco as relations between the two Arab neighboring countries undergo their toughest phase in years. The United Nations announ... Read more
Mohamed Shaath Iran faces a new challenge after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, especially in light of the influx of refugees to it against the background of the security and politi... Read more
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