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This week's edition features an article by Haqiqatjou for London-based, Persian-language news site Kayhan, in which the author argues that to understand what is currently going on in Gaza, we ought to look back at what went down in Tehran in 1979.
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Table of contents
How The Iran-Sponsored Militias Could Widen The War Against Israel| Kayhan-London By Ahmad Raafat
Israel’s Jails Are Filling Up With Palestinians, Bargaining For Hostages? | La Stampa By Francesca Mannocch
Should We Read The Middle East And Ukraine As A Single Narrative? | Les Echos By Dominique Moïsi
Ukraine And The West: Here’s How Zelensky Must Tweak The Script | Ukrainska Pravda By Roman Romaniuk & Roman Kravets
Xizang Revisited: Behind China’s Shadow Campaign To Rename Tibet | The Initium By Ba Li
“Ghost Kitchens” Are Coming To Europe — Why They Might Not Last | Worldcrunch By Katarzyna Skiba
The Pope’s Synod — Both A Bust And Breakthrough For Women & LGBTQ+ | La Stampa By Domenico Agasso
What Makes Rugby The Defining Sport Of Modern Democracy | Les Echos By Yves Bourdillon