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Some 350,0000 Syrians fled Russia-led Idlib assault: U.N.
   Suleiman al-Khalidi & Stephanie Nebehay| Reuters
AMMAN/GENEVA: Around 350,000 Syrians, mostly women and children, have
Yemen separatists, state troops pull back from key city
 Associated Press 
SANAA: Yemeni separatists and forces loyal to the country’s U.N.-recognized government whose deadly infighting erupted last summer in the wa
Merkel welcomes Haftar commitment to cease-fire
 Madeline Chambers, Ulf Laessing and William Maclean| Reuters
BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed the willingness shown by Libyan military chief Khalifa Haftar to stick to a cease-fire in Lib
Lebanon: Last-minute snags delay government formation
 Hussein Dakroub| The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Last-minute snags have delayed the formation of a new government that was expected to be announced this week after major progress was made in talks Thursday betwee
Journalists protest police brutality
 Emily Lewis| The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Dozens of journalists and activists gathered outside the Interior Ministry in Beirut Thursday to denounce police brutality over the last three months of protests. They
Sudan appoints new spy chief after crushing mutiny
 Agence France Presse 
KHARTOUM: Sudan appointed a new intelligence chief Thursday to replace the general who quit after government forces crushed a deadly mutiny la
UN body welcomes 'milestone' in Qatar labor reforms
 Associated Press 
DUBAI: The UN labor organization said Thursday that Qatar has abolished exit visa requirements for virtually all migrant workers, hailing the move

Missed signs foretelling Lebanon crisis
 Habib Husni 
How did we get there? Lebanon has traditionally been famous (or infamous!) for its ability to maintain for a long period of time a &ld
The global inequality debate we need
 Kenneth Rogoff 
CAMBRIDGE: While denizens of the world’s wealthiest economies debate the fate and fortune of the middle class, over 800 milli
Erdogan wades into Libya quagmire
 John Andrews 
Foreign critics of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan deride him as a quasi-dictatorial megalomaniac. But Erdogan, who was Turkey
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