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Turkey eyes EU aid as investment pays off for Syrians

Ankara is anxious for further support once €6bn programme ends
FT.com - Published

Saudi women embrace new freedoms

Single female graduates are living and working away from their families for first time
FT.com - Published

Populists quit Norway’s government over Isis wife

Progress party objects to repatriation of woman and sick child from Syria
FT.com - Published

Marubeni and Total to build Qatar solar plant

Project expected to meet 10% of Gulf state’s peak electricity demand
FT.com - Published

US tech in Iran, Brussels vs Javid, SpaceX, Davos

US-backed tech companies record rise in use of circumvention apps in Iran
FT.com - Published

Plunging currency adds to woes of war-weary Syrians

Assad takes steps to halt fall of Syrian pound whose value has halved in past 12 months
FT.com - Published

Foreign powers vow to halt interference in Libya conflict

Germany brokers push for UN-backed peace process but critics say summit results are ‘modest’
FT.com - Published

US boosts internet freedom programme to help Iran protests

Tech companies funded by US government record rise in use of circumvention apps in recent weeks
FT.com - Published

Beirut rocked by violent clashes in ‘week of rage’

Impatience mounts within protesters’ ranks as government is stuck in political paralysis
FT.com - Published

Yemen war: At least 70 soldiers killed in missile attack

Yemen's president condemns the "cowardly" attack in Marib province, blaming it on Houthi rebels.
BBC News - Published

Land of milk and honey runs short of butter

Israel’s failure to tackle structural issues is holding back economy and hurting the shelves
FT.com - Published

The rescue worker who refuses to leave a bombed-out town

Few now remain in Saraqeb, a town in Syria's last opposition-held province, Idlib. Laith al-Abdullah is one.
BBC News - Published

Lebanon protests: Anti-government protesters clash with police

More than 160 people have had to be treated for injuries in the latest violence.
BBC News - Published

Berlin hosts push to broker peace in Libya

The warring sides, their foreign backers and the UN will seek a lasting resolution, but it is far from guaranteed
FT.com - Published

Iran clubs respond to reported match ban

Two Iranian clubs say it is safe to host games against foreign teams in the country after its football federation claimed the Asian Football Confederation had issued a ban.
BBC News - Published

Why Iran plane crash protests mark most serious test yet

Unique factors make the latest anti-government protests different from those in the past.
BBC News - Published

Iran tensions: Khamenei's 'defiant message' at Friday prayers

Iran's supreme leader hit out at his "enemies" following recent turmoil in the region.
BBC News - Published

Iranian celebrities become public voice of protests

Actors, athletes and TV presenters articulate widespread frustration with regime
FT.com - Published

US military admits troops were injured in Iranian strike

Disclosure comes a week after Trump declared ‘no Americans were harmed’ from blasts
FT.com - Published

Iran plane crash: Khamenei to lead Friday prayers for first time since 2012

The rare move by Iran's supreme leader follows widespread protests over the downing of an airliner.
BBC News - Published

What's behind the fight for Libya?

The oil-rich North African country has been beset by a civil war for nearly a decade.
BBC News - Published

Iraq’s young protesters stand their ground

A leaderless movement wants a new election law to challenge the recycled faces of the past
FT.com - Published

Canada: 'Iran must assume full responsibility' for downed plane

Canada's Francois-Philippe Champagne was speaking on behalf of the 176 victims from five countries, who died when Iran shot down a plane last week.
BBC News - Published

Nile River dam row: Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan make draft deal

The initial agreement eases tensions between Egypt and Ethiopia over control of vital water supplies.
BBC News - Published

Syria war: Society leaders hold secret peace summit in Berlin

Leading figures met this week to overcome the sectarian divides that are tearing their country apart.
BBC News - Published

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