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- Cairo's long-awaited Naguib Mahfouz Museum disappointsIt took Egypt 13 years to create a museum dedicated to literary giant Naguib Mahfouz and now that it has finally opened, many find it not worth the wait.
- Source: Iran FM met Rand Paul to feel out possible US-Iran talksUS Senator Rand Paul reportedly spoke with Iran's foreign minister this week with the president's permission, and some experts believe the quiet meeting could be the beginnings of an effort to negotiate.
- While the world focuses on Iran, a tragedy is ‘unfolding before our eyes’ in IdlibTrump asks Putin to protect Idlib; Putin seeks options to capitalize on impasse in Syria safe zone talks; Russia wins on S-400 sale to Turkey.
- Can Russia, the US find new basis for cooperation in Syria?A US-Russian quid pro quo in Syria may still be possible if the parties get down to the nitty-gritty of their respective interests in the country.
- Improved Turkish-Chinese come at a cost to UighursTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rhetoric on protecting Uighurs' human rights has become subdued as he attempts to lure Chinese investment and other funds to Turkey.
- Iraq plans to launch pipelines to export oil through Jordan, SyriaIraq plans to diversify its oil exports via new pipelines through Jordan and Syria.
- Netanyahu, Barak locked in dirtiest fight yetThe upcoming Israeli elections are already reminiscent of 1999, when Ehud Barak and Benjamin Netanyahu first exchanged vitriolic rhetoric and outrageous accusations.
- Hamas set to counter Israel’s systematic campaignsThe Hamas movement abroad has announced its intention to develop a plan aimed at countering Israel’s systematic campaigns that are affecting the movement at several levels.
- Would Israel’s left succeed in uniting ahead of elections?The left-wing Meretz and Labor parties know that running on one ticket could garner more votes, but have failed so far to reach an agreement.
- Syrian Kurdistan focus of foreign diplomatic attentionThe United States, Britain, France and Saudi Arabia are seeing eye to eye on proposals to secure northeastern Syria.
- Kyoto Animation’s stories celebrated warmth and belonging. The fire is a tragic loss of life and legacy | Patrick LumThe studio that nurtured creativity and treasured its staff made anime that found magic in the everydayLike many fans, I wasn’t really aware of specific animation houses or companies when I first got into Japanese animation as a kid. Anime, as far as I was concerned, came from Japan: end of story. But over time, […]
- Dillian Whyte claims interim WBC heavyweight title with win over Óscar Rivas• Whyte wins unanimous decision after ninth-round knock down• Dave Allen taken to hospital following defeat to David PriceDillian Whyte got off the floor to beat Oscar Rivas to claim the interim WBC heavyweight and finally emerge from the shadow of Anthony Joshua. However he may still face a lengthy wait to get the world […]
- Ocasio-Cortez wants '9/11-style commission' on family separationsDemocratic congresswoman hosts event in New York districtTells crowd Trump ‘sent me back to Queens’ with racist attackAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez called for a “9/11-style commission” to investigate child separation on the border with Mexico on Saturday, and said the US government has a life-long responsibility to children it severed from their parents, to provide them with […]
- Boris Johnson warned: focus on Iran crisis or risk warTory leadership rivals kept informed about spiralling crisis in the Gulf as ex-naval chief blasts governmentAdmiral Lord West: ‘our political establishment have been focused on the election of a new prime minister’Boris Johnson will be tested by a major international crisis in his first days as prime minister, senior military figures and politicians have warned, […]
- ‘We had a row, she left. It was the last time I saw her’: anguish of Emanuela Orlandi’s brotherBrother tells of his family’s pain as 36-year investigation into missing Vatican teenager takes another bizarre twistA missing teenager, an empty tomb, a swirl of dark theories, and the closed doors and habitual secrecy of the Vatican. It sounds like fiction, but it is a real-life mystery that has gripped Italy for more than three […]
- New Zealand hold firm to narrowly beat Argentina and avoid upset• Argentina 16-20 New Zealand• Pumas took early lead but could not overpower All BlacksNew Zealand held on by the skin of their teeth for a 20-16 victory over Argentina in a tense clash at Vélez Sarsfield on Saturday in the Rugby Championship.An All Blacks side lacking several top players led 20-9 at half-time but […]
- Apollo 11: Buzz Aldrin greeted by cheers on moon landing's 50th anniversaryAldrin accompanies Mike Pence to launch site in FloridaVice-president repeats Trump push for Mars missionAs Donald Trump reiterated his determination that Americans should walk on Mars, Mike Pence marked the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing at the Apollo 11 launch site in Florida on Saturday. Related: Trump revives the idea of a ‘white […]
- Foreskin reclaimers: the ‘intactivists’ fighting infant male circumcisionEmboldened by the body-positive movement and a sense of rage, a growing chorus is pushing back against a common customThe media officer of one of the UK’s top medical schools doesn’t realise she hasn’t muted herself as she puts me on hold.She sniggers with her colleague as she passes on my request – to speak […]
- Shane Lowry storms to four-shot Open lead after emerging from almighty scrap• Irishman’s third-round 63 is lowest score so far by two• Tommy Fleetwood four shots back in second after 66Sometimes sporting outcomes give the impression of being written in the stars. Shane Lowry has enough to occupy his thoughts, without contemplation of becoming the latest symbol for a collective will in Ireland but, should he […]
- Heat rises across US as New York tempers flare over subway suspensionSevere heat expected across much of eastern USMTA spokesman says temperatures not to blameTempers rose with the heat in New York as a Central Park festival and a Times Square moon landing commemoration were cancelled because of the dangerous weather. Things reached boiling point in the Friday evening rush hour, when seven subway lines were […]