This lack of rigorous public participation in forming mining policy is a ticking time bomb. But the problem can be overcome. In a new paper, co-authored with Tracey Cooper, executive director of Mining Dialogues 360° (MD360°), a platform for co-ordinating … Read more
Israel has closed a border crossing with Gaza a day after it was damaged during Palestinian protests.
The military said dozens of Palestinians on Friday broke into the Kerem Shalom terminal and set a gas pipeline alight. The blaze damaged … Read more
IRBIL, IRAQ, Dressed for the occasion in flowing gowns and a traditional suit, Payman Salih, her husband and four of her daughters waited outside a polling station in Iraq for a final family member to cast their ballot.
For the … Read more
BAGHDAD, Low turnout and voting irregularities marked the initial hours of voting Saturday in Iraq's first elections since the country declared victory over the Islamic State group.
Voting began early Saturday morning in a contest that has no clear front-runner … Read more