Voters choose between socialism or change as they cast their ballots for president and 137 members of national assembly.
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Poverty & Development
by Peter Lykke Lind
by Creede Newton
by Daoud Kuttab
by Alia Chughtai
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Iran accused of undermining Middle East security
'Democrats have ignored the working class for 30 years'
Iraqi government launches offensive on west Mosul
US and Israel join forces to bury Palestinian statehood
Will latest Iraqi offensive mean end of ISIL in Mosul?
Malaysia hunts for North Korean murder suspects
Ecuador votes in crucial general elections
Emmanuel Macron struggles to impress French Muslims
by Andrew Mitrovica
by Mariam Barghouti
by Jim Killock
by Dania Ahmed
Colourful event in Jeddah comes as Saudi Arabia boosts its entertainment sector amid economic and social reform.
The Mafia Wallitili Festival offered a platform to showcase the frustrations of the country's disillusioned youth.
The strongest winter storm in six years hits the western US seaboard with more rain expected through the weekend.
Here, men and women wear traditional clothes, hold festive rituals, and make handicrafts.
Palestinians must make clear that the sole prerequisite needed for a lasting peace is justice on their lands.
by Alaa Tartir- Tareq Baconi
The Iraqi government has come under increasing pressure to retaliate against Trump's Muslim ban.
by Omar Al Saleh
Izzeldin Abuelaish's lawsuit is finally set to be heard, years after the Israeli army killed his daughters in Gaza.
by Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Ankara's plans to push further east and south of Al Bab might face serious diplomatic challenges, say analysts.
by Mariya Petkova
Yemen's most prolific street artist copes with Donald Trump's immigration ban.
by Dorian Geiger
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