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The Palestinian Authority (PA) allocates a large portion of its gross domestic product to the health sector. Yet the sec...
From the country's independence until 1990, all of Algeria's domestic press, television and radio outlets were state own...
The elections were supposed to be the first time Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank participated in joint elections ...
Seen from both a national and international perspective, the election results confirm Morocco’s image as a country tha...
The Qatari poet Muhammad ibn al-Dheeb al-Ajami, a third-year literature student at Cairo University, was arrested on 16 ...
Since 2013, the Turkish miracle has been fading. The massive ‘Gezi Park’ protests in the summer of that year resulte...
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Specials | Regional in-depth files

Since the 1960s, the Egyptian government has guaranteed free public education for all
In recent times, although the total number of Christians in the area continues to grow, there has been a decline in thei...
In 2015, the “War on Terror” has been far from successful. The chaos that prevailed in some Arab countries following...
Below is an overview of all in-depth chronicle articles on regional issues and issues concerning multiple countries:
In-depth Special file concerning the international affairs of the Middle East and North Africa.
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