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Algerians protest in Algiers, Paris: “We want our democracy back”

Yesterday our Paris correspondent David Hury was in the crowd on the Republic Square. As in Algiers and in other European cities,...
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Fouad Zmokhol on reforming Lebanon: “It’s time to act”

ByTheEast: A few weeks ago, Beirut hosted the Arab Economic and Social Development Summit which turned out to be a fiasco....
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Back to work

What they said about the new Cabinet President Michel Aoun: “The government comprises new faces and they are good,...
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Ignacio De La Torre on microfinance: “It is profitable and sustainable”

ByTheEast: As the founder of Financieros sin Fronteras, you have a wide angle about how foreign countries run their monetary system, about microfinance. How...
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Egypt, Israel to reshape Middle East gas map

Will hydrocarbons be the cement of Middle East as fertilizers could be the cement for the African continent? Will hydrocarbons transcend all political and...
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Saudi Arabia vs. Yemen: Ramadan ends with missiles

Holy month of Ramadan comes to an end with some deadly wishes between Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Saudi air defenses confirmed that a ballistic...
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Merkel, the woman of steel

Her photograph among world leaders at the Group of Seven Summit in Canada was all over the news and the Internet for three days....
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Gaza: Morocco aid coming through Egypt and Jordan

Last month was the Palestine month in Morocco. Thousands rally on the Nakba Day in Casablanca on May 14, huge demonstrations took place to...

Restoring Nile’s breath, the impossible task?

Have you ever been to Asyut, Beni Suef, Cairo at at the end of the Nile delta? Garbages, plastic wastes, bad smell, everywhere. The...

Jordan: King Abdullah faces grumbling protesters

The Kingdom of Jordan economy suffocates. Last Wednesday, the government proposed a new law aiming at increasing taxes on employees (+5%) and on companies...