With Israeli elections just days away, we gauge voter sentiment ahead of a contest that will likely return Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to power. But many voters are disillusioned, not excited about the prospects ahead.
The Rajabi house in Hebron, the largest Palestinian city in the West Bank, has a deeply spiritual meaning for the Jewish community. But a recent move by Jewish settlers has reignited tensions with Palestinian neighbors.
The leaders of the Palestinian Hamas and Fatah factions are expected to meet in Gaza in an attempt to finalize reconciliation efforts and to pave the way for elections.
Israel has announced further sanctions against Palestinians after more international conventions were signed. Experts hope the sanctions won't be carried out so that the difficult peace talks can continue.
A report by Markus Reichert
Mahraganat: Cairo's Music Revolution. A Report by Khalid El Kaoutit.
Two decades after the darkest chapter in Rwanda's history, the country is still coming to grips with the reality of the genocide, and striving to achieve reconciliation between victims and perpetrators.
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