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Hours after Recovery, Man Returns to Fight Virus on Khartoum Streets

Hours after Recovery, Man Returns to Fight Virus on Khartoum Streets

Hours after recovering from the coronavirus and leaving quarantine, healthcare activist Mujahid Abdallah Ahmad, known as “Mujahid Qadeem”, says he was certain he would get infected. “As healthcare volunteers, my colleagues and I were certain that at some point we will catch the coronavirus.

Exclusive - Iraqi Hezbollah’s Role Goes Beyond that of their Lebanese Namesake

Exclusive - Iraqi Hezbollah’s Role Goes Beyond that of their Lebanese Namesake

The name “Hezbollah” has been associated with two groups: The yellow flags of the Lebanese party and its secretary general Hassan Nasrallah and the more ideological and dangerous militia operating in Iraq. The Kataib Hezbollah militia has been operating in Iraq for over 13 years.

Iraqi Students Robbed of Graduation Dreams

It was supposed to be Basma's big year: a degree, language certification and maybe a master's abroad. But local protests and a global pandemic threw the Iraqi student's plans off-course. "I've been dreaming of graduation since my first day at university.

20 Years after Withdrawal, Israel, Hezbollah Brace for War

20 Years after Withdrawal, Israel, Hezbollah Brace for War

Twenty years after Hezbollah fighters pushed Israel’s last troops from southern Lebanon, both sides are gearing up for a possible war that neither seems to want, reported The Associated Press. Israeli troops are striking Hezbollah targets in neighboring Syria and drilling for what could be an inv

Unpaid Domestic Workers Stranded in Lebanon

Unpaid Domestic Workers Stranded in Lebanon

A week after her Lebanese employer kicked her out without her luggage, pay or passport, all Ethiopian domestic worker Sofia wants is to go home as Lebanon begins repatriations. "My madam threw me out.

Exclusive - Houthis Accused of Killing, Secretly Burying Coronavirus Patients in Yemen

Exclusive - Houthis Accused of Killing, Secretly Burying Coronavirus Patients in Yemen

Yemeni activists and healthcare professionals in regions held by the Houthis accused the Iran-backed militias of killing coronavirus patients in quarantine and later burying them in secret. Activists on social media posted photos of mass graves in Sanaa where the patients are being buried.

Syria: Local Currency Devaluation Exacerbates Sufferings In Damascus

Syria: Local Currency Devaluation Exacerbates Sufferings In Damascus

The rise in the exchange rate of the US dollar against the Syrian pound has exacerbated the suffering of the people of Damascus.

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