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the Middle East and Africa over the last decade

NATO's threats do not stop IS

: After more and more terrorist attacks in Europe, NATO and the West believe that more use of force is the way to go. This indicates little understanding of how organizations such as IS work.

Fear has returned in Egypt

: "Do not write anything that can get me in trouble!" says one. "I do not quite know with that interview, I think I have changed my mind," says another.

Sweeter than sugar, heavier than salt

Reyan Tuvi: No Place For Tears

: The Syrian war is also well felt in the Kurdish areas.

Alice in Warland

Patrick Cockburn: The Age of Jihad. Islamic State and the Great War in the Middle East

: The West has believed in miracles in the Middle East, claims star journalist Patrick Cockburn. 

Norway and the war in Yemen

: Without the people of Norway being aware of it, Norwegian politicians approve the sale of weapons and ammunition to oppressive dictatorships that systematically kill civilians in Yemen. 

With his eyes on the war

: Mohamed Jabaly's documentary debut Ambulance provides a unique insight into a 51-day bombing of Gaza, seen from the ambulance's driver's seat.

Need to tell

Zaradasht Ahmed: Nowhere to Hide.

: A Norwegian film finally won at the world's largest documentary film festival in November – documentation of everyday life in Iraq, seen through the camera lens of an ordinary citizen who himself ends up as a refugee.

The fate of the Jesuits

Zahavi Sanjavi Yezidi Girls (Netherlands): The Return (Sweden).

: Several thousand Yezidis are still in captivity with ISIS, while others have fled and are struggling with trauma. Three new documentaries shed light on the situation from the perspective of the victims, the relatives and the helpers.

Palestinian resistance on the poster

: What does the Palestinian struggle against the Israeli occupation really mean? This is a recurring question when the Joint Committee on Palestine organizes this year's conference on 16 October.

That's why I'm on board the Gaza women's boat

: On October 5, the women's boat on its way to Gaza was stopped by the Israeli navy in international waters. Here you can read actress LisaGay Hamilton's thoughts on why she decided to become part of the boat's crew.

Settlement reports

: In Hebron in the occupied West Bank live 600 Israeli settlers fighting for Israeli rule in the city. New Time has visited them. 

"I've never felt the need to scream to anyone"

: Has Nrk's Sigurd Falkenberg Mikkelsen really been able to feel the victims' fears or the violence of the war? On the occasion of his book, we talk to him about the harsh reality of the Middle East, the importance of journalism, and what such journeys do to a human being.