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Zaida’s bloodline reached the English shores

Zaida’s bloodline reached the English shores

Zaida, a Muslim princess living in 11th-century Seville, is one of the most extraordinary ancestors of the British royal family. Zaida’s bloodline reached the English shores through her engagement to Alfonso VI, king of León-Castile. From their offspring descended...

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“I want a strategy for SONATRACH; it never had one before”

The country facing a noticeable fall in oil prices related fiscal revenues has recently engaged into an attempt to accommodate a more flexible approach to somehow help it gather the interest of potential investors. Speaking about the need for a proper strategy for its...

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Egypt’s concern for its Nile River downstream portion

In a previous article titled French on Grand Renaissance Dam EIA, we discussed Egypt’s concern for its Nile River downstream portion being investigated by French environmentalist firms. Here is a continuation of the story but as reported by Asharq Al Awsat. The...

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Out of Iran nuclear deal: now what?

It looks as if the US alone is having second thoughts. Pulling out of Iran nuclear deal: now what? Perilous conjecture the MENA countries find themselves in. Donald Trump who is determined to "dismantle" the Iranian nuclear agreement announced last night that the...

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