Niyi Oyedeji and Sahar Mohammed

Soaring prices of food in Yemen and Nigeria are predisposing more households to malnutrition as both countries face insurgency and weak local currency.

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The already bleak prospects of the Syrian economy have worsened in recent months with the Lebanese crisis, the enactment of the Caesar Act and now the coronavirus pandemic. This paper examines their impact on the Syrian economy and the population at large.

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Hazem El Amin
The “Anti-Israeli Resistance” was never born out of a just cause or a lack of justice. Its members will applaud Bashar al-Assad wherever he goes, starting with his sending volunteers to Russia and ending with his visit to Abu Dhabi. The Abraham Accords do not pose any problems to them when the Emirates are on their side in their wars against their peoples, and their relationship with Vladimir Putin is a good example of this.
Eman Adel
“What makes the attack on the film laughable is the fact that it is a remake of the Italian movie Perfect Strangers, which was shown at the 2016 Cairo Film Festival, winning both the Best Screenplay Award and the Golden Pyramid Award for Best Film, and went on to be screened in Egyptian cinema.”
Diana Moukalled
Lilian Chaito is a double victim. She is a victim of the Beirut port explosion and she is the victim of an archaic patriarchal system, which prevents her from seeing her son and traveling for treatment in Turkey…

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Mohammad Al-Maskiti – Bill Markzack
The devices of four Jordanian human rights defenders, lawyers, and journalists were hacked with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware between August 2019 and December 2021. The targets include those working against corruption in Jordan. 
Mariam Seifeddine
Ever since Hezbollah’s establishment in the early 1980s, the camera has always accompanied the gun. To Lebanon’s “Party of God,” visuals are as important as arms. In fact, its arms would not have had the power they have, were it not for the power of the image.
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Palestine. Palestine. Palestine. Never to be silenced. Rest in peace Shereen Abu Aqhleh.
Malath Al-Zoobi
Bassel would take me into Damascus’ side streets and alleys to “secret” restaurants and shops selling the best pies, sweets and shawarma. I would never have tasted them otherwise. He was arrested in 2013 and never heard from again. Until I saw him on YouTube…
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Be “Dangerous”, Not SilentMisogyny is rooted in our societies, both legally and culturally. “She’s Dangerous” chose to confront these issues with comedy…

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Ghalia Al Alwani is a Syrian academic living in Beirut, Lebanon. In this video she expresses how in the aftermath of the Beirut Port Explosion, like many of the youth that were still in the country, she has lost hope in any change. She explains that the corrupt ruling class in Lebanon don’t prioritize the youth, which is why many of them leave.

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