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Press Review - 2016

Arab Press Review, April 29

Headlines from Arab Newspapers

29/04/2016

The Hell After ISIS

Even as the militant group loses ground in Iraq, many Sunnis say they have no hope for peace. One family’s story shows why.

29/04/2016

Tunisia: Uphold Rights While Fighting Terrorism

46 Groups, Celebrities Press for Rights-Respecting Approach.

29/04/2016

Egypt tries to divert eyes to citizen who died in London

Under scrutiny in Europe over its handling of investigations into the torture death of an Italian student in Cairo, Egyptian authorities sought to deflect attention Thursday toward the fate of a British-Egyptian man who died in a London fire.

29/04/2016

LIBYA: A LONG, HARD SLOG AGAINST ISIS IN SIRTE?

Libya's U.N.-backed unity government called on Thursday on military factions to hold off from any campaign against the Islamic State-controlled city of Sirte until a unified military command structure is created.

29/04/2016

Jordan's Refugee Experiment

A New Model for Helping the Displaced

29/04/2016

Isis has been financially weakened, claim UK and US military figures

Group resorting to arbitrary fines, extortion and gangsterism in face of airstrikes and recapturing of territory, say commanders.

28/04/2016

A Promising New Path for Saudi Arabia

A plan that might reduce the country’s oil dependency.

28/04/2016

Will Turkey bid farewell to secularism?

Ismail Kahraman, the speaker of the Turkish parliament, has caused a sensation by proposing a constitution that avoids any reference to secularism as the ruling party continues to promote its Islamist agenda.

28/04/2016

Egypt's long, bloody road from Arab Spring hope to chaos

A review of what has happened since 2011.

28/04/2016

Arab Press Review, April 27

Headlines from Arab Newspapers

27/04/2016

New Russian Security Force Will Answer to Vladimir Putin

The Russian Guard is being formed ahead of coming parliamentary elections

27/04/2016

Karabakh: A renewed conflict in the Caucasus

The military commander of this breakaway Armenian republic predicted in an interview here Monday that a fragile cease-fire could collapse within days

27/04/2016

The Thinnest-Skinned President in the World

Turkey’s leader was once imprisoned for reciting a poem. Now he wants to jail a German satirist for doing the same

27/04/2016

Bangladesh's pluralism is at risk if Sheikh Hasina does not stop extremists

Murders of gay activists and secularists highlight culture of impunity, with Hasina and Awami League accused of failing to act

27/04/2016

Arab Press Review, April 26

Headlines from Arab Newspapers

26/04/2016

How Europe can solve a global crisis

Left unresolved, the refugee crisis may in itself cause new cycles of conflict.

26/04/2016

Iraq: The Fight Within the Fight Against the Islamic State

In some ways, the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq has masked the country's deep fragmentation.

26/04/2016

In Effort to Defeat ISIS, U.S. and Iran Impede One Another

A growing number of critics are warning that American-backed military victories need to be backed up with political reconciliation between Sunni and Shiite Arabs, something Iran is working against.

26/04/2016

Obama's troop increase in Syria is part of a troubling trend

We weren’t supposed to have boots on the ground in Syria. There’s no telling where or when this will end.

26/04/2016

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