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Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi obituary

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Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi, who has died aged 85, took charge of Egypt from the ousting of its president, Hosni Mubarak, in February 2011 until a return to democracy with the election of Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim...

Nadifa Mohamed is sole British writer to make Booker prize shortlist

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Just one British author has made the shortlist for this year’s Booker prize: Nadifa Mohamed, who was chosen for her third novel The Fortune Men, a reimagining of the true story of a Somali seaman who was wrongfully co...

With many climate activists unable to access vaccines, should Cop26 go ahead?

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As a Kenyan from a farming community that has experienced the ravages of the climate crisis, no one is keener to see a successful climate summit held in Glasgow than me. But this year, due to restrictions placed by th...

Liverpool refuse to release Mohamed Salah for Egypt duty over quarantine restrictions

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Liverpool have refused to release Mohamed Salah for international duty next week due to the quarantine restrictions the striker would face on his return to the UK. Liverpool, along with other members of the European C...

Mohamed Salah’s sublime strike seals Liverpool win over Norwich

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Norwich will not welcome the shadow of history conjured up by this resounding defeat; Liverpool, though, will greet it as a long-lost ally. Two seasons ago Jürgen Klopp’s side beat the same opponents 4-1 at Anfield on...

Mohamed Sbihi to make history as Team GB’s first Muslim Olympic flagbearer

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The gold medal-winning rower Mohamed Sbihi will make history on Friday after being announced as the first Muslim to carry the British flag at an Olympic opening ceremony. He will be joined by another gold medallist, t...

On vaccine equality, the UK has failed to show the leadership the world needs

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Covid and the climate crisis are the two defining global crises of our time and Britain has a crucial role to play in addressing them both. As the Cop26 host, it will be responsible for overseeing a successful outcome...

Mohamed Bourouissa on France’s identity crisis: ‘We’ve got catching up to do!’

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In early 2020, when Dave was making British history by triumphing at both the Brits and Mercury music prizes, the equivalent awards in France were making headlines for all the wrong reasons. That year’s Victoires de l...

The Fortune Men by Nadifa Mohamed review – injustice exposed

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Discussions of racial inequity often focus on the US as opposed to scrutinising the entrenched racism on our own shores. With The Fortune Men, Nadifa Mohamed takes her place among the growing crop of British artists a...

Covid vaccine crisis may be the last straw for the postwar economic consensus

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The proper functioning of any interconnected economic system depends on trust. And a global system that has been designed by advanced economies requires a significant level of buy-in from the developing world. Both be...

The Fortune Men by Nadifa Mohamed review – a miscarriage of justice revisited

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Alleged Isis recruiter Mohamed Zuhbi arrested on return to Australia

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A 30-year-old Sydney man who is alleged to be an Islamic State recruiter has been arrested and charged with terrorism offences upon his return to Australia. Mohamed Zuhbi arrived in Melbourne on a flight from Turkey a...

Former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed critically injured in bomb blast

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The former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed has been left in a critical condition following an assassination attempt that also wounded four others, including a British national. Police said they were treating the bo...

Mohamed Salah and Liverpool need a win not revenge on Real Madrid

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Mohamed Salah did not disclose much in an interview with Marca last week but enough to let the Spanish sports daily with close ties to Real Madrid know that, yes, he is open to playing in La Liga one day and, yes, the...