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The racist comedy trope, unacceptable in the West, is alive and well in mainstream Arab media.
The separatists’ takeover of Aden has strained a Saudi-led military coalition formed to confront the Iranian-aligned Houthis, who bombed a Saudi oil facility on Saturday.
Afghanistan must “be free of fear and abuse” under a final peace deal, says the country’s ambassador to Washington. An agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban, for new talks with Kabul, raises concerns that women may lose rights in future Afghan governments.
Suddenly pulled into an international uproar, the 90-year-old grandmother of Representative Rashida Tlaib has barely kept up with the dizzying drama.
Israel said Ms. Tlaib could visit her grandmother in the West Bank if she agreed not to “promote boycotts.” Ms. Tlaib initially agreed then canceled.
The nation has used the 2017 law to deny entry to some foreign supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
Mr. Trump’s call to bar the two congresswomen was an extraordinary step to influence an allied nation and punish his political opponents at home.
The government in the British territory said Thursday morning that the United States had applied to seize the Iranian vessel. By the afternoon, it had been released.
In Afghanistan’s protracted war, weddings have provided a rare respite from the violence. On Saturday, a bomber took away even that.
After days of violence and warnings from the Chinese government, organizers estimated at least 1.7 million people had turned out, making it the second- largest march of the protests.
Violence against women is driving an exodus of migrants from Central America, but the Trump administration is determined to deny them asylum.
Four million people in one state are at risk of being denied citizenship in a government campaign critics say is driven by a Hindu nationalist agenda.
With women far outnumbered by men in China, some Chinese men are importing wives from neighboring countries, and using force to do so.