- Benjamin Netanyahu might have been considered a political giant but, argues Gideon Rachman, “there is a strong chance that future generations will look back on Mr Netanyahu as a man who fatally undermined the Jewish state – by failing to answer the big questions about its future.”
- At the US Supreme Court, Justice Clarence Thomas has broken his silence after seven years – with a riddle, which the New York Times has dissected.
- Photographs of a young graduate’s travels through Russia at the start of the Russian Revolution have been discovered in California — take a look through them here.
- As Syria’s civil war worsens, Jordanian officials are fearful of an exodus.
- Bullet casings from some of Africa’s ugliest wars were found to have been manufactured in Iran.
- Peter Hessler considers the immense distrust that the Muslim Brotherhood inspires in many elements of Egyptian society and how it has been unable to shake this stigma.
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