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Syria: Razan Zaitouneh’s Family Blame Zahran Alloush for her Safety
Syria Politics
Syria Razan ZaitounehZahran Alloush for her Safety

The family of lawyer and human rights activist Razan Zaitouneh has issued a statement concerning the kidnapping of Razan from a liberated area in Syria under the control of Islam Army (Jaysh al-Islam) headed by  Zahran Alloush.

 
BBC's Safety of Journalists Symposium calls for Al Jazeera staff release in Egypt
Media
BBCs Safety of Journalists Symposium calls for Al Jazeera staff release in Egypt

BBC Global News and CFOM, the Centre for Freedom of the Media at the University of Sheffield, in cooperation with the BBC College of Journalism hosted the BBC’s Safety of Journalists Symposium,

 
A new national curriculum - Education reform in Kuwait
Culture
Kuwait steps up pace of education reform

A new national curriculum, possible regulations for private sector providers and plans to outsource certain functions in the school system are

 
Morocco looks to welcome 20 million tourists & generate $17bn
Travel
Morocco looks to welcome 20 million tourists  generate 17bn

Morocco continues to pursue its plans under Vision 2020 to attract up to 20m tourists each year, bring total bed capacity to 375,000, create 17,000 new jobs and

 
Syria: Shakespeare in Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan
Culture
Syria Shakespeare in Zaatari Refugee Camp

Through their voices and in the language of Shakespeare “The children of Syria are calling for help for those whom still have a heart and sense of responsibility….. from Syria to the world save our lives”.

 
Saudi Arabian retail sector set for growth
Economics
Saudi Arabian retail sector set for growth

The Saudi Arabian retail sector is expected to continue to post solid returns, with strong prospects for expansion in the medium-to-longer term,

 
Egypt: Journalists, Protesters, Academics Charged over Speech Offenses
Egypt Politics
Egyptian authorities in recent months have demonstrated almost zero tolerance

Egyptian authorities in recent months have demonstrated almost zero tolerance for any form of dissent, arresting and prosecuting journalists, demonstrators,

 
Syria: New Deadly Cluster Munition Attacks
Syria Politics
Syria New Deadly Cluster Munition Attacks

Syrian government forces are using a powerful type of cluster munition rocket not seen before in the conflict, Human Rights Watch said.

 
Can the six regions save Yemen from collapse?
Yemen Politics
National Dialogue Conference Can the six regions save Yemen from collapse

Before the start of the comprehensive National Dialogue Conference in Yemen, some members of the technical committee insisted on beginning with measures to build confidence in the South and normalize the situation in Saada.

 
Lebanon: Before and after the assassination of Rafiq Hariri
Lebanon Politics
Lebanon Before and after the assassination of Rafiq Hariri

Nine years on, the question remains: Why was Rafiq Hariri assassinated?

 
The Arab Spring: Why the Syrian Revolution taking very long time?
Opinion
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The Arab Spring started three years ago when Mohammad Bouazizi set himself on fire, signifying in his action that the Arab people had had enough of the humiliation, mortification and corruption of the dictators ruling them since independence.

 
Jordan’s private sector responds to economic reforms
Economics
Jordans private sector responds to economic reforms

Business leaders in Jordan are stepping up their calls for government policymakers to consult more closely with them in formulating and implementing economic reforms,

 
UAE stabilising Dubai’s real estate market
Economics
UAE stabilising  Dubais real estate market

As property prices in Dubai continue their rise, the Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) has issued new mortgage regulations designed to limit speculation and help ensure the long-term stability of the investment environment.

 
Building up - Oman to pour billions into infrastructure sector
Real Estate
Oman to pour billions into infrastructure

A programme by the Omani government to pour billions into infrastructure to help support long-term economic diversification is benefiting the Sultanate’s construction sector,

 
UAE: Abu Dhabi’s real estate market on the rise
Economics
Abu Dhabis real estate market on the rise UAE

Recent regulatory changes are giving an added boost to Abu Dhabi’s real estate market, which appears on track to a recovery.

 
Qatar steps up support for small and medium-sized enterprise initiatives
Economics
Qatar steps up support for small and medium-sized enterprise initiatives

A drive aimed at encouraging Qatar’s citizens to set up in business is gaining pace, as the government moves to increase the private sector’s contribution to the national economy through regulatory changes and stronger support for entrepreneurs.

 
US: Yemen Drone Strike May Violate Obama Policy
Yemen Politics
US Yemen Drone Strike May Violate Obama Policy

A deadly US drone strike on a December 2013 wedding procession in Yemen raises serious concerns about US forces’ compliance with President Barack Obama’s targeted killing policy, Global Arab Network reports according to Human Rights Watch.

 
Libya and the legacy of an unfinished coup
Libya Politics
Libya and the legacy of an unfinished coup

On Feb. 14, 92 prisoners escaped from their prison in the Libyan town of Zliten. 19 of them were eventually recaptured, two of whom were wounded in clashes with the guards.

 
As Nuclear Talks Resume, Iran's Supreme Skeptic Dismisses Prospects for Diplomacy
Opinion
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Nuclear Iran

On the eve of the latest round of nuclear talks between Tehran and the international community, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei delivered one of his trademark jeremiads against Washington.

 
Syrian ‘terrorism’ and U.S. retrenchment
Opinion
Faisal Mokdad in Geneva Syria

When I finally listened to the statements made by Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mokdad in Geneva, in which he rejected any talk of President Bashar al-Assad stepping down, I felt frustrated and tense.

 

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