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Exclusive - Germany Mulls Banning Muslim Brotherhood over its Growing Influence

Exclusive - Germany Mulls Banning Muslim Brotherhood over its Growing Influence

When Egyptian former President Mohammed Morsi passed away in custody last month, more than 300 mosques throughout Germany called for performing the prayer for the dead for him.

Exclusive – Iraq PM Caught between Internal Pressure, American-Iranian Conflict

Exclusive – Iraq PM Caught between Internal Pressure, American-Iranian Conflict

Whoever occupies the position of prime minister in Iraq is the envy of political forces because it is the country’s primary executive post.

Exclusive - Houthis Restore Slavery in Yemen

Modern slavery is prevalent in Yemeni regions under the control of the Iran-backed Houthi militias, including the capital Sanaa. Sources close to the group told Asharq Al-Awsat that several civilians have been forced into slavery by prominent Houthi leaders.

Diriyah Gate CEO to Asharq Al-Awsat: Projects to Be Revealed in November

Diriyah Gate CEO to Asharq Al-Awsat: Projects to Be Revealed in November

The execution of projects of Saudi Arabia’s Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) will begin in 2020, announced DGDA CEO Gerard Inzerillo, highlighting Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s approval of three detailed plans for the development of Diriyah, Speaking to Asharq Al-Awsat, he said the

Volunteers Dig Trenches, Cook to Confront Assad and his Allies

Volunteers Dig Trenches, Cook to Confront Assad and his Allies

Away from the frontlines, volunteers are helping in the war against President Bashar al-Assad by cooking, filling sandbags, collecting old tires and digging trenches, aiming to help ward off his assault on northwestern Syria. It is part of the civilian effort to help defend the last major opposit

Gulf States Hold Closed-Door Talks in Berlin to Change ‘Image’ of Iran Relations

Gulf States Hold Closed-Door Talks in Berlin to Change ‘Image’ of Iran Relations

Gulf countries apprehensively approach Germany given its seemingly close political ties with Iran and its somewhat “lenient” approach towards its regime. Efforts have been increasing in Berlin to change this image among Gulf countries.

UfM Chief: Euro-Med Cooperation Is a Necessity, Not Luxury 

UfM Chief: Euro-Med Cooperation Is a Necessity, Not Luxury 

Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Secretary-General Nasser Kamel confirmed that Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, today more than ever, has become a pressing need, not a luxury. Speaking about efforts undertaken by the union in 2008, Kamel said they faced many hurdles due to global economic and geo

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