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Investigations

Vicken Cheterian
Azerbaijan’s aim is to change the format of negotiations by including Turkey…Turkey is part of the Karabakh conflict since its early stages, not only diplomatically and by its implication in imposing a blockade against Armenia, but also militarily.
Marie Melham and Ahmad Haj Hamdo
The laws in Turkey, alongside the Syrian refugee women’s ignorance of what their rights are, has caused them to face many problems. This report highlights the stories of the women caught between the Syrian and Turkish laws.
Mizer Kamal
The war was over in Mosul, but other battles were still unfolding. The returnees to the old Iraqi city are still dealing with poverty and disease, and with unidentified bodies buried under the rubble of demolished and mined buildings. Their recovery has become a daily occurrence, no longer newsworthy.
Youmna Al-Kadi
“I saw Owais on the ground, soaked in his own blood, and his father was next to him, unable to stand on his feet.” Here is the story of Owais, the man who was killed by the Egyptian police in front of his own father.
Maya El Ammar- Lebanese journalist
It is sad that these so-called “erotic parties”, occupied the headlines within days, instead of the term “rape”, in addition to the ignorant views the word “gay parties” harbor. These “parties” harbor features of chaos and unrest on the one hand, and the upper and influential classes on the other.
Marwa Saab
“Those who killed my daughter are politically supported. I don’t belong to any political party, and I don’t have enough money to hire a lawyer to get my daughter justice from those who killed her.”
Badia Fahs
In cases of imprisonment and execution, when the international pressure on Iran intensifies, the Revolutionary Court usually resorts to the option of “fake escalation”, when in truth, it is actually seeking the physical liquidation of dissidents…
Daraj
“Is it reasonable that a journalist or a cartoonist should ask for the government’s permission before writing an article or drawing a cartoon?”
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
The clauses stipulated in the contract sound promising, although they do not tackle enough factors regarding the murderous discrimination of the migrant domestic workers in Lebanon to get to a stage where the Kafala system can be said to be abolished.
Ahmad Al Rabihi and Hassan Al Nassiri
The Iraqi police received a report recently of a bride’s suicide one day after her marriage, found hanging from a rope bound from the ceiling of her room … This investigation reveals the reasons for the escalation of suicides in Iraq, as well as how many murders of women end up recorded as suicides.
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