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Wednesday, 22 May 2019
May to ask lawmakers to vote on a second Brexit referendum
Egyptian security forces kill 16 suspected militants in Sinai
Iraq's racy TV in Ramadan revives an industry - and draws censure
Daily updates: Halbousi remains parliament speaker despite dipsutes
Potential attacks on Americans in Middle East "put on hold": acting Pentagon chief
Despite rhetoric, Turkey complies with US oil sanctions on Iran
Yemen's Houthis step up drone attacks on Saudi Arabia
Iraq sending teams to Tehran, Washington to try to calm tensions - PM
Middle East tensions pose 'challenge' to oil market stability - Iraqi minister
Attacks on US embassy in Baghdad put Iraqi government in unenviable position
Nadim Koteich is a leading Arab satirist. His show DNA airs Monday to Friday on Future and Al Hadath channels. He is a columnist with Asharq Alawsat.
17 November 2018
Disastrous scenario stares Tehran in the face
The re-imposition of US sanctions is the last thing Tehran would have wanted to face at the moment when it is going through its largest “revolutionary” expansion in the region and one of the most critical of its domestic situations since 1979.