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Maher Mughrabi

Maher Mughrabi is features editor at The Age.

'People still believe in Syria': Searching for a shattered nation

'People still believe in Syria': Searching for a shattered nation

Striking out on a new course when presented with two unpalatable options is very much a pattern in the life of Syrian activist Zaki Mehchy.

  • by Maher Mughrabi

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Hewing a stone of hope out of Syria's mountain of despair

Hewing a stone of hope out of Syria's mountain of despair

The numbers would make most people throw up their hands in defeat. But Zaki Mehchy remains an optimist.

  • by Maher Mughrabi
Creative Innovation asks: are we ready for the age of acceleration?

Creative Innovation asks: are we ready for the age of acceleration?

Should we fear what the future holds? In just a week's time, innovators and scientists from around the world will converge on Melbourne to talk about it.

  • by Maher Mughrabi
Could a Melbourne student hold the key to peace on the Korean Peninsula?
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Could a Melbourne student hold the key to peace on the Korean Peninsula?

So often we are told that Australia punches above its weight in world affairs. But two things that happened in Melbourne might make the cliche into a reality.

  • by Maher Mughrabi
No dream: Kurdish referendum proves a dividing line for communities in Australia

No dream: Kurdish referendum proves a dividing line for communities in Australia

"This is not a party issue," says Venwar Barwari. "This is about whether we are going to govern ourselves. You have to start somewhere."

  • by Maher Mughrabi