September 30, 2014
More than a third of MPs have skipped 43 out of 44 presidential election sessions, official parliament data reveals
September 28, 2016
Activists fear new ‘biometric’ data collected by authorities may all too easily fall into unwanted hands
September 22, 2016
Ankara has faced an intriguing lack of resistance from its traditional adversaries in Syria over its Euphrates Shield operation
August 30, 2016
NOW reviews ‘Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War’ by Robin Yassin-Kassab and Leila al-Shami
NOW asks a Syrian activist who has met Clinton and her former Syria adviser at Foggy Bottom about the Democratic nominee’s plans
Former Home Secretary Theresa May arrives at Downing Street Wednesday as a mostly unknown quantity on foreign policy
NOW talks bombs, refugees, elections, Brexit and more with the European Union’s new ambassador to Lebanon
July 8, 2016
From Iran through Syria, Egypt and beyond, the net effect of Obama’s two terms has worked in favor of autocrats
April 19, 2016
How the March 14 alliance transformed from a powerful Lebanese dream to continuous disappointment
The Tel Rifaat offensive comes after Turkish bombardment of SDF-held positions in northern Aleppo, which prompted Damascus to threaten to down Turkish fighter jets.
October 21, 2016
Despite the political risk of endorsing the Free Patriotic Movement leader, Hariri stressed that he took his decision even if it hurts his popularity.
An activist group dedicated to ensuring safer online communication for Syrians has warned that maintenance work being conducted on an undersea cable providing internet to the country is part of a Russian espionage effort.
Reports emerged Tuesday that Jaysh Khalid Ibn al-Waleed leader Abu Hashem Idlibi was killed in the Yarmouk river basin.
Syria is set to face widespread internet connectivity issues due to maintenance work on a cable off the country’s Mediterranean coast, days after a Russian deep sea exploration vessel’s presence in the area raised questions.
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