Morocco Helps U.S. On Counter-Terrorism Case

By Luis Arellano A U.S. soldier stands accused of plotting a terrorist attack on the 9/11 memorial in Manhattan and working to lure his fellow soldiers to their deaths at the hands of Da’esh terrorists. Late last week U.S. authorities announced the arrest of U.S. Army private Cole Bridges who…

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Covid-19 and the mirage of herd immunity

By Osy Ekwueme Sweden has just admitted that its hands-off approach to the COVID-19 has backfired spectacularly, resulting in a higher death toll, that has unfortunately claimed the life of a friend, a colleague. Very sad, that it has come to this. The recent death toll in Sweden, is more…

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Biden America in the eyes of Arabs

By Robert Bernstein and Rachelle Abboud A YouGov/Arab News poll of 3000 respondents in 18 Arab countries conducted in October 2020 to gauge the pulse of the region’s preferences between two U.S. presidential candidates, incumbent Donald Trump and challenger, Joe Biden reveals a mixed opinion of citizens of Middle East…

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