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‘Saudi Arabia backfires on itself by forcing Lebanese PM Hariri to resign’ – expert

The Lebanese prime minister has announced he’s putting his surprise resignation on hold, after the president asked him to reconsider. RT talked to Jamal Wakeem, professor of history and international relations at Lebanes...

Lebanon: Hariri attends Independence Day celebrations in Beirut

Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri attended the Lebanese Independence Day military parade in Beirut on Wednesday. Hariri returned to Lebanon on Tuesday night, after his sudden resignation on a visit to Riyadh on ...

Zimbabwe crisis: Who is Grace Mugabe? – BBC News

Robert Mugabe's wife, or "Gucci Grace" to her critics, was tipped to be Zimbabwe's next president. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Big Hitters https:...

Is the war in Syria really almost over?

Bashar al Assad has flown to Russia for a few hours to meet his major ally Vladimir Putin. The Kremlin said Russia’s President told him that the fight against armed groups is close to finishing. And once it's over, findi...

Robert Mugabe is gone, but what next for Zimbabwe? – The Stream

After 37 years, Robert Mugabe's tenure as president of Zimbabwe is at an end. The 93-year-old resigned on Tuesday days after the military stepped in and protests against him broke out on the streets. But observers say Zi...

Zimbabwe crisis: Tens of thousands demand ‘Mugabe must go’

Tens of thousands of people have joined rallies across Zimbabwe's capital Harare, calling for President Robert Mugabe to resign. The 93-year-old has been under house confinement since the military took control on Wednesd...

Haiti: Massive rallies call for Jovenel Moise to step down

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Haiti calling for President Jovenel Moise to step down. It's the latest of ongoing protests against Moise that began two months ago. It comes on the day Moise officially r...

Strait Talk Exclusive: Inside Syria’s Idlib city

Strait Talk's special episode from inside Syria’s Idlib, just over a month after Turkish forces entered to establish de-escalation zones. Hear from the area’s new leader, doctors operating underground, and residents tryi...

What’s behind Cambodia’s crackdown on the opposition?

Hun Sen, 65, is one of the world's longest serving leaders, first taking office as prime minister of Cambodia in 1985. Rights groups say hundreds of opposition figures, journalists, trade union leaders and others have be...

UpFront – Is Saudi Arabia becoming a danger to the region?

In this UpFront special, we ask US Congressman Ro Khanna why he believes the US government should stop supporting the Saudi-led bombing of Yemen. Also on the show, we debate with a panel of experts the rights and wrongs ...

Who can protect the Rohingya Muslims? – Inside Story

Depending on who you ask, the Rohingya people in Myanmar are facing ethnic cleansing, genocide, or simply a complicated situation. Myanmar's government has exonerated itself and says accusations against the military are ...

Is it still safe to live in polluted New Delhi?

New Delhi is one of the most polluted capital cities in the world. Smog levels of PM2.5 - the pollition particles most harmful to health - rose to levels of 703 on November 7, which was more than the double the 300 mark ...

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