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    • Trump's punishment of Palestinians boomerangs at Israel
      Instead of distancing himself from decisions that will cause a backlash at Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed US President Donald Trump’s decisions to cut UNRWA funds and close the PLO office in Washington.
    • Kurds step up efforts to form self-government in northeast Syria
      The Syrian Democratic Council is forming an autonomous-area administration in parts of northern Syria controlled by US-backed Kurds and holding talks with the Syrian regime.
    • Iran 1, US 0: Iraq chooses a parliament speaker
      After a long delay, the Iraqi parliament has finally elected its speaker and in doing so confirmed the rising influence of Iran.
    • Who will save Gaza?
      Despite its celebrating, Israel knows that without US funds, the UNRWA will be paralyzed and a humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip is just a matter of time.
    • Turkey, Russia agree to buffer zone in Syria’s Idlib
      Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan said they will create a demilitarized zone to separate rebels from Syrian forces in what Turkey believes will prevent an attack on the opposition stronghold.
    • Iranians respond to MEK troll farm: #YouAreBots
      The exiled Iranian opposition group Mujahedeen-e-Khalq is allegedly pumping out tweets in support of overthrowing the Islamic Republic and amplifying them with bots, while legitimate Iranian accounts are suspended.
    • Would Netanyahu be better off without Trump?
      The overly pro-Israeli policies of President Donald Trump, especially his decision to cut funding for the Palestinians, poses a threat to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to continue using the Oslo Accords as a permanent status solution and for the international community to pay for Israel's occupation of the West Bank and the building of […]
    • Small Lebanese craft brewers introduce big new tastes in beer
      Micro and craft breweries are paving the way for locally made Lebanese beer by working around the lack of traditional ingredients and doing what they can to avoid contributing to the Lebanon's persistent environmental problems.
    • Low-income Turks take early crisis blows
      Turkey’s economic turmoil is already bruising millions of minimum wage earners, who are grappling with a flurry of price hikes and the prospect of losing jobs.
    • Russia, Germany at loggerheads over Idlib
      Germany has recently engaged with the United States, the UK and France to take a stronger stance on Syria. But as Chancellor Merkel encounters strong domestic opposition on potential military action in Syria, the significance of engaging with Russia increases.
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    • ‘Pimples are in’ – the rise of the acne positivity movement
      From Justin Bieber to Lorde, celebrities and bloggers are going bare-faced on social media and opening up about skin problems. And with 25% of women over 30 experiencing acne, it’s not just a teenage afflictionIt was on a family holiday that Kali Kushner discovered, abruptly, just how others viewed her skin. “At the end of […]
    • Thomas Tuchel returns to Liverpool with scars and a point to prove
      PSG’s manager resumes his rivalry with Jürgen Klopp two years after his Borussia Dortmund were beaten in an Anfield epicWhen Thomas Tuchel steps out at Anfield on Tuesday the memories will come flooding back. He will wince at how the Kop sucked in that late Dejan Lovren header and what it felt like to be […]
    • Arsenal opt for change in management structure as Gazidis joins Milan
      • Raul Sanllehi to become Arsenal’s new head of football• Vinai Venkatesham to assume new role as managing directorArsenal have announced that Raul Sanllehi and Vinai Venkatesham will lead the club following a decision by chief executive Ivan Gazidis to join Milan.A statement on the club’s website on Tuesday confirmed that the 54-year-old will move […]
    • Trade war: Beijing vows to retaliate against Trump's tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods - business live
      All the day’s economic and financial news, as China accuses president Trump of poisoning trade talks with his latest salvo of tariffsLatest: China pledges to retaliateIntroduction: Trump slaps $200bn tariffs on ChinaChina: Trump has poisoned negotiations 10.20am BST Newsflash: Jack Ma, the founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, has warned that the US-China trade war […]
    • Rihanna: Growing up in Barbados, school was a grind. But I was lucky
      We must fight for the quarter of a billion young people still denied an education by conflict, poverty, sexism and bad policyEducation is a lifelong journey. We never know everything, but we constantly evolve as we learn more about our communities, this ever-changing world and ourselves.I’m not ashamed to say I’m still learning. I’ve grown […]
    • About time: luxury watches for autumn/winter 2018 – in pictures
      Five of the most stylish watches of the season, photographed on the Berlin U-BahnRead more from the autumn/winter 2018 edition of The Fashion, our biannual fashion supplement Continue reading...
    • Brexit should end EU citizens' special access to UK, says report
      Government’s migration advisory committee says UK should adopt Canada-style systemFree movement from the EU should end after Brexit and the UK should embrace a Canada-style system in which there is no preferential access to the labour market for citizens of any other country, according to the government’s migration advisory committee (MAC).The report, which is intended […]
    • Everyone Knows I Am a Haunting by Shivanee Ramlochan review – fierce fantasy
      Women, queer and non-binary voices are loud in the face of repression in a poetry collection that bridges fantasy and reality in modern Caribbean societyShivanee Ramlochan may not yet be widely known on this side of the Atlantic, but she will be soon: An active literary presence in Trinidad with her exciting, original verse, Ramlochan’s […]
    • The Celtic diehards helping football tackle the taboo around periods
      Few would expect football clubs to be at the forefront of an effort to break the taboo around periods. Yet here we are“Sorry to spoil your breakfasts with talk of periods,” tweeted one supporter of the On the Ball campaign, “but as a teenager who suddenly got her period at Stockport away & had to […]
    • Strawberry needle scare: strict new export rules put in place
      Growers deal with job losses and dump truckloads of strawberries as police warn copycat offendersStrict export rules have been introduced as Australia’s national needle contamination scare leaves strawberry growers in crisis and police baffled.Exporters have been told they must prove their fruit has been cleared through a metal detector or x-ray machine before the federal […]
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