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Kais Saied's dictatorial rule over Tunisia has led to a political climate dominated by backhanded deals and nepotism. With irregular migration, particularly from Sub-Saharan Africa, reaching unprecedented levels, many wonder Saied's intentions.
Comment: A Saudi-Emirati effort is underway to discredit Palestinian narratives of the conflict in favour of Israeli ones in order to pave the way for normalisation, writes Ali Adam.
Analysis: The Arab League's failure to condemn normalisation deals with Israel has soured already complicated ties with Palestine.
Comment: Mohammed bin Salman and Brazil's Bolsonaro are two leaders hoping that warmer relations with Israel will be their ticket to currying favour with Trump's White House, writes Ali Adam.
Comment: While Arab leaders pursue ties with Israel for their own self-interest, popular outrage will eventually turn the tide in favour of the Palestinians, writes Ali Adam.
First person: Syrian refugees are putting their lives in the hands of people-smugglers as they try to escape their war-torn country. Here is one young man's story.
The ousting of Iraqi security forces from Mosul had been coming for a long time. But then the militants of the Islamic State group hijacked the uprising.