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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry sets NBA three-point record

  • NEW YORK: Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry eclipsed Ray Allen’s all-time record for NBA three-pointers on Tuesday, savoring a “beautiful moment” at storied Madison Square Garden. Curry, whose remarkable shooting range has revolutionized the NBA in his 13-year tenure, matched Allen’s re...
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Saudi Arabia’s first Diriyah Biennale signals new era for Kingdom’s cultural scene

  • On the evening of Dec. 10, about 300 guests from Saudi Arabia and abroad congregated just outside of the Diriyah Biennale Foundation in JAX, a new creative district in an industrial area of Riyadh’s historic Diriyah district, for the opening of the Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale — a historic...
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Report shows how Israel killed truth of Gaza protests

  • On March 30, 2018, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip began holding weekly protests against Israel’s harsh blockade. The timing was symbolic, as it commemorated the day in 1976 when six Palestinian citizens of Israel were killed while protesting against Israel’s plans to seize thousands of acres o...
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Pope calls neglect of migrants ‘shipwreck’ on Lesbos visit

  • LESBOS ISLAND: Pope Francis on Sunday returned to the island of Lesbos, the migration flashpoint he first visited in 2016, calling the neglect of migrants the “shipwreck of civilization.” The pope has long championed the cause of migrants and his visit comes a day after he deli...
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Pope Francis hits out at EU migration divisions at start of Greek visit

  • ATHENS: Pope Francis on Saturday blamed the EU’s nationalist divisions for a lack of coordination on migration as he began a landmark trip to Greece, aiming to improve complicated relations with the country’s Orthodox Church. Francis said that Europe was “torn by nationalist egoism” on migrati...
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Genuine political debate lost in the fog of America’s polarization

  • There is no doubt that America is a polarized nation, with the two sides of the political spectrum now so far apart they cannot even see each other. Some argue this all began when Donald Trump entered the race for president, eventually winning the election despite his history of thin-skinned p...
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Gloomy mood as Iran nuclear talks resume in Vienna

  • A Wall Street Journal op-ed this week summarized a popular mood surrounding the return on Monday of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action talks in Vienna. The title, “Iran’s Nuclear Negotiators Make the U.S. Sit at the Kiddie Table,” refers to the fact that Iran has refused to allow the Americ...
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Greece opens two more ‘closed’ migrant camps

  • KOS, Greece: Greece on Saturday opened two more of its new “closed” migrant camps that have been criticized by rights groups for their restrictive measures. “A new era is beginning,” Minister of Migration Notis Mitarachi said announcing the opening of the camps on the islands of Leros and Kos....
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Hypocrisy over Israeli terrorism is fueling violence

  • All violence is terrible and should be condemned, whether it is by a Palestinian Muslim or Christian or an Israeli Jew. But that is not the case at all. In fact, violence by Israelis often gets brushed aside and marginalized, while violence by Palestinians is described as a “terrorist act.” O...
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An Arab American Thanksgiving

  • One of the greatest contributions of the Arab world to the Western world is the gift of Arab food. This is especially true in the US, where the national menu has grown as a result of the arrival of immigrants from all around the world. One of America’s most important food holidays is Thanksgi...
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