Opinion



A fragile Iran deal

As the tussle over the so-called nuclear deal with Iran continues in Tehran and Washington, it is becoming clearer by the day that President Barack Obama’s “a chance in a life-time achievement” may no



Time running out for migrants

The 100 or so refugees set off early evening, hoping that the short walk across Serbia’s border into Hungary will be the last leg of their treacherous journey into the EU.



Future joint plants

News of Daimler and Renault-Nissan Alliance building a joint plant in Mexico to produce premium small car may signal a trend in the future when car companies join forces to build flexible plants capab



Tools of Satan

This refers to the report, “Grand Mosque imam denounces Asir attack as evil act, extreme corruption,” (July 8)



Memon or Kalam

There has been much acrimony in the wake of India hanging Yakub Memon.



Dirty war?

I fail to make out from the article of Harun Yahya whether he wants Turkey to join the war against Syria or not. (“Is Turkey joining Syrian war?” Aug. 8)




Dividing Palestinians

Benjamin Netanyahu is not known as a classical scholar, but even so he has adopted the Roman maxim Divide et Impera, divide and rule.



Is Turkey joining Syrian war?

For four years now Turkey has been watching a cruel war along its approximately 1,000-km border where savagery is getting into worse.



70 years without a nuclear conflict

We have been hearing a lot about the 70th anniversary of the first use of a nuclear weapon on human beings, in Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945. The more important anniversary, however, is Aug.

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