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Manufacturing soul: Dubai's emerging cultural capital

16 March, 2017

Blog: An extravaganza of artistic delights await visitors and residents alike this week as a series of cultural highlights take over the sparkling shopping hub.

Poll: Overwhelming majority of Arabs oppose Islamic State group

14 March, 2017

An overwhelming majority of Arabs reject the ideas and actions of the Islamic State group, a comprehensive poll has found according to results announced on Monday

Outside interference is fuelling discord in Libya

13 March, 2017

Comment: While Gaddafi built a reputation for getting involved in other countries' business, Libya is now on the receiving end of foreign powers taking an interest, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Ultra-modern metro aims to break new ground in Qatar

09 March, 2017

Driverless trains will run the length of ultra-modern Doha as part of Qatar's new mega-project to upgrade its public transport system, in a land where the car is king.

Iran's FM in rare visit to Qatar

09 March, 2017

Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif and Qatar's Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani discussed "regional developments" during the foreign ministers' first visit to Doha since 2015.

Cairo to be 'world's fastest-growing city' in 2017

28 February, 2017

Greater Cairo has been named the world's fastest-growing city in 2017, with an expected population increase of 500,000 this year alone. But can authorities cope with the population explosion?

The UAE has it in for the Muslim Brotherhood

23 February, 2017

The long read: UAE foreign policy has been actively fighting political Islam in all its forms, pitting the Emirates directly against Qatar and Saudi Arabia, writes Marc Cher-Leparrain.

Can the sound of music drown Kurdish sorrows?

17 February, 2017

Blog: Against the backdrop of political uncertainty and economic stagnation, Kurd Idol offers an upbeat diversion for war-weary Kurds.

Qatar tackles obesity epidemic with hefty 'junk food tax'

16 February, 2017

Qatari authorities have approved a draft law that could see junk food taxed in the tiny Gulf state, which has one of the world's fattest populations.

Turkish minister defends Syria 'safe zones' plan

15 February, 2017

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has again defended Ankara's calls for safe zones in Syria, designed to encourage refugees to return to their homes in the north of the country.

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