sábado, 5 de agosto de 2017

ALJAZEERA Gulf blockade boosts local Qatar industries




Syria's doll-makers: 'I protect my children's dreams'

Syria's doll-makers: 'I protect my children's dreams'


Handmade dolls carry the stories of Syrian families, both devastating and hopeful, to the world.
JORDAN

Jordanian father wants son's killer to face justice


Zakariya al-Jawawdeh reacts to Israeli order to examine July 23 shooting in Amman that left his son and a doctor dead.
Jordanian father wants son's killer to face justice

Syria's war explained from the beginning


The Syrian civil war is the deadliest conflict the 21st century has witnessed so far.
MIDDLE EAST

Gulf blockade boosts local Qatar industries


Crisis creates new opportunities of self reliance for local companies that used to depend on imports from blockading states.
MIDDLE EAST

Iraq's PM rejects call to dissolve Shia militia


Iraqi PM rules out merging controversial unit with army, a call made by Muqtada al-Sadr following visit to Saudi Arabia.
Abadi rejects al-Sadr call to dissolve Hashd al-Shaabi
MIDDLE EAST

Iran's Rouhani backs talks as he begins new term


Hassan Rouhani calls for upholding of 2015 nuclear deal in the face of new sanctions imposed by US on his country.
At inauguration Hassan Rouhani urges more talks
OPINION

Decolonising Syria's so-called 'queer liberation'


On Rojava's new international LGBTQI brigade, the "war on terror" and the Western left's erasure of local struggles.

Razan Ghazzawi
MIDDLE EAST

Saudi-led air raid kills nine family members in Yemen


Three children and six women killed while sleeping at family home near Saada, with more injured.
Saada: Saudi-led air raid kills nine family members
MIDDLE EAST

Ex-Blackwater guard to face new trial for shooting


Three-judge panel orders new trial of Nicholas Slatten for his role in 2007 Baghdad shooting that left 14 Iraqis dead.
Ex-Blackwater guard to face new trial for shooting

Week in pictures: From Somalia blast to refugee crises


A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including protests in Venezuela and the coming election in Kenya.
Week in pictures: From Somalia blast to refugee crises
MIDDLE EAST

'Skate girls of Kabul' exhibition debuts in Doha


The Skate girls of Kabul exhibition is work of a Kabul-based charity. It was captured by renowned British photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson. Al Jazeera’s Caroline Malone reports from Doha
MIDDLE EAST

Netanyahu suspected of bribery and fraud by police


Israeli prime minister facing ongoing corruption investigation regarding a number of bribery cases.
MIDDLE EAST

Firefighters extinguish blaze at Dubai skyscraper


Residential tower has been evacuated after a second blaze at the Torch tower since 2015.
Firefighters extinguish blaze at Dubai skyscraper
PALESTINE

Salt Houses: A story of Palestinians without Palestine


Hala Alyan's novel spans generations of a Palestinian family as they search for home and identity in diaspora.
Salt Houses: A story of Palestinians without Palestine
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

Syrian rebels, refugees cross border in Hezbollah deal


Buses carrying fighters and refugees arrive in Idlib and Hama provinces from Lebanese border town of Arsal.
Syrian fighters, refugees arrive in rebel-held Idlib
MIDDLE EAST

Israel criticised for crackdown on journalists covering al-Aqsa


Israeli security forces are being criticised for an apparent crackdown on journalists who covered the protests and clashes.
MIDDLE EAST

Israel criticised for crackdown on journalists covering al-Aqsa


Israeli security forces are being criticised for an apparent crackdown on journalists who covered the protests and clashes.
MIDDLE EAST

Haftar: Confront foreign ships in Libyan waters


Commander in control of the east issues orders to naval bases after Italy sends ship to halt people smugglers' boats.
Haftar to 'confront' foreign ships in Libyan seas
MIDDLE EAST

Three years on: 'The Yazidis' wound is still bleeding'


Three years after ISIL's attack on Iraq's Yazidis, UN says world powers have not done enough to address the genocide.
UN: Yazidi genocide in Iraq still ongoing, unaddressed
MIDDLE EAST

Rouhani: 'Iran will never accept isolation'


President says nuclear deal is a sign of Tehran's goodwill as he is sworn in a day after US imposed fresh sanctions.
TURKEY

Europe court rejects bid to free hunger-striking Turks


European Court of Human Rights says health condition of two educators sacked in post-coup purge is not life-threatening.
ECHR rejects bid to release Turkey's Ozakca and Gulmen
MIDDLE EAST

Qatar to approve permanent residency for some expats


The draft law will allow residence to the children of Qatari women married to non-Qataris, and to some expatriates.
Qatar to approve permanent residency for some expats
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

The battle for Raqqa: Who controls what


Raqqa is the capital of ISIL's so-called caliphate, and it's probably where the group will make its last stand.
The battle for Raqqa: Who controls what
MIDDLE EAST

Syrians leave Lebanon border area after Hezbollah truce


Fighters, families and refugees head to Idlib in bus convoy following deal between Hezbollah and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham.
MIDDLE EAST

Save the Children sounds Yemen health alarm


International charity says more than a million children in Yemen under the age of five are suffering from malnutrition.
MIDDLE EAST

Prominent Syrian-Palestinian cyberactivist 'executed'


Widow says Bassel Khartabil, missing Creative Commons web developer, was killed by the Syrian government in 2015.
Bassel Khartabil: Missing Syrian-Palestinian 'executed'

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