In Egypt, Nubians fight to have ancestral land returned
Egypt's Nubian minority were forced from their ancestral land in the Central Nile valley in the 1960s, as General Gamal Abdel Nasser embarked on a project of major public works. The experience left deep scars on a people who, to this day, continue to fight to be allowed to return to land they say is rightfully theirs. Claire Williot and Edouard Dropsy report.
Following the assassination of top Iranian Nuclear Scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran’s defence minister has vowed to continue his work, and Tehran has pledged to avenge the scientist’s killing.
And as Israel and the UAE settle in to a new era of full diplomatic relations, we meet some of those embracing the deal. From expat Israelis to Emirati entrepreneurs.
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