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Netanyahu heads to Europe seeking about-face on Iran

AFP | Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu embarks Monday on a three-day European tour in Germany set to be dominated by strategic differences on Iran,...

Police clear biggest migrant camp in Paris

AFP | Security forces moved in on the biggest migrant camp in the French capital on Wednesday where some 1,700 people lived in makeshift tents...

Portuguese artist turns trash into animal sculptures

AFP | Broken crates and worn pipes pile up in the studio of Portuguese artist Bordalo II, who uses rubbish to create surprising animal sculptures...

Tens of thousands stage anti-Macron protest in Paris

AFP | Depicting the object of their ire as Napoleon, Dracula, Jupiter, a banker-king and Margaret Thatcher, tens of thousands marched through central Paris on...

McDonald’s torched, hundreds arrested in May Day protests in Paris

AFP | Nearly 300 protesters were arrested Tuesday after May Day riots in central Paris, where hooded youths torched a McDonald's restaurant and several vehicles during...

At New York’s Met, an opera even babies can attend

AFP | New York parents, ever vigilant for new ways to amuse their offspring, are picking up babies and flocking to the Metropolitan Opera this...

Trump’s Mexico border fiasco getting out of hand

News Analysis | Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, has taken a strong, hostile stand to the possible failure to fulfill his...

Mission 2018: bring the Paris climate pact to life

AFP | Front-line negotiators from more than 190 nations gathering for climate talks in Bonn on Monday face a daunting task: bring the 2015 Paris...

Strikes on Syria, not a “one time job”: Nikki Haley

News Analysis | Putting his words into action, President Donald Trump, via a video message, addressed American people, authorizing and explaining missile strike against Assad...

Pakistan: Hard choices ahead for a ‘Soft State’

Munir Akram | In his well-researched book, “A Hard Country”, Anatol Lieven attributed Pakistan’s survival from persistent internal and external crises to the extraordinary resilience...

Neymar’s golden foot to go under the knife

AFP | Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar was to undergo surgery for a broken right foot Saturday, putting the planet's most expensive footballer out...

Pakistan gets cozy to China and Russia as US play blames...

Zafar Nawaz Jaspal | Pakistan’s reluctance to comply with the United States misdirected directives in Afghanistan enraged the Trump administration. It is accusing, maligning and...

Economic impacts of Pakistan being placed on terror watch list

News Analysis | Seeking diplomatic success, Pakistan sent Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance Dr. Miftah Ismail to attend the six-day meeting of Financial Action...

Erdogan support for Pakistan highlights US’ worsening ties with the world

News Analysis | On Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain to express his solidarity with Pakistan. US President Donald Trump...

Has Trump’s ‘America First’ security strategy been successful?

AFP | President Donald Trump used the launch of his first National Security Strategy on Monday to laud the benefits of cooperation with Russia, a...

Will Lebanon pay the price of Saudi Intervention?

James M Dorsey | The proof will be in the pudding when Prime Minister Saad Hariri returns home in the coming days to a country...

Mahira Khan breaks silence on her leaked photos with Ranbir Kapoor

News Desk | Raees actress, Mahira Khan, has officially been signed as the brand ambassador for L'Oreal Paris. She is the first Pakistani to be...

America: Victim of the God of Environment

News Analysis | After hammering Northern Cuba, Hurricane Irma has turned towards Florida and is expected to batter the state with surging waves, heavy rain,...

Spain attacks: Huge manhunt after 14 die in 12 hours of...

News Analysis | A wide-ranging anti-terror operation was under way in Spain on Friday after police killed five men wearing fake suicide belts in a...

The Gulf crisis: Qatar’s 2022 World Cup moves into the firing...

James M. Dorsey | A French investigation into possible corruption in business deals related to Qatar’s winning of World Cup hosting rights moved the 2022 tournament a...

US-Russia relations under President Trump

News Analysis | US President Donald Trump is willing to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House, but not yet, according to official...

US moves to break deadlock in Gulf Crisis

News Analysis | A memorandum of understanding, aimed to shore up Qatar's counter-terrorism efforts, was signed between the United States and the Gulf nation on...

Trump Putin meeting: what hurdles will they have to address?

With all the fuss over Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump meeting later this week at the G20 summit, many have conspicuously failed to...

EU’s Impending doom: Frexit under Far-right ‘Le Pen’

Sidra Khan | It would be convenient to state here that if it’s one thing the French know how to do well; it’s building a...

Man shot dead at Paris Orly Airport by security forces

Paris: Security forces at Paris' Orly airport on Saturday shot dead a man who took a weapon from a soldier, the interior ministry said,...

German Foreign Minister’s strong words about Western policy on Syria

Alexander Mercouris | In newspaper interview, outgoing German Foreign Minister says he repeatedly called for cooperation with President Assad but was constantly overruled by Paris...

Four major cities move to ban diesel vehicles by 2025

The leaders of four major global cities say they will stop the use of all diesel powered cars and trucks by the middle of...

Turkish soap operas turn Istanbul into Paris of the East

Veteran film journalist Esin Kucuktepepinar had just arrived back in Turkey after attending the Tokyo International Film Festival when she spoke by phone to Al-Monitor on Nov. 3...

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