May 17, 2013
Gazans craving fast food are paying exorbitant prices for cold chicken and soggy chips brought in through smugglers' tunnels. Hugh Naylor reports from Ramallah Read Article KFC: cooked a secret way, delivered a secret way
May 16, 2013
Dr Bassem Youssef tells the Arab Media Forum that humour must be treated with respect, and ultimately "the audience in the Middle East will vote with their feet".
Read Article Bassem Youssef aka Egypt's Jon Stewart: 'Public will decide when satire goes too far'
May 15, 2013
A jailed cousin of former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi has accused Egypt of trading his freedom and its principles for US$2 billion (Dh7.34bn) in aid for the floundering economy. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo Read Article Qaddafi cousin: Egypt sold me out for aid
Dana Gas, the oil and natural gas producer forced to restructure debt last year, boosted first-quarter profit 17 per cent as gains from an asset sale outweighed a decline in revenue. Read Article Dana Gas first-quarter profit rises after MOL stake sale
May 13, 2013
Arrests of three members of a suspected militant cell highlight the growing challenge for Egyptian president in dealing with Islamic extremism. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo Read Article Plot to blow up western embassy keeps pressure on Egypt's Morsi
May 12, 2013
Egypt received a US$3 billion deposit from Qatar on Thursday, shoring up finances hit by economic turmoil since a popular uprising that toppled the government two years ago. Read Article Egypt gets US$3bn deposit from Qatar
From Egypt to India to South East Asia foreign workers sending money home has long been a mainstay for families and, to varying degrees, economies globally. Read Article Money makes the world go round and round the world it goes
Ousted president Hosni Mubarak and sons appear in court. Tom Dinham reports. Watch Video Video: Egypt's Mubarak back in court
Many Egyptians believe that former president Hosni Mubarak will not be properly held to account for alleged crimes against the country. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo Read Article Egypt judge postpones Mubarak trial to review 55,000 documents
May 08, 2013
Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi's cabinet reshuffle bolsters the power of the Muslim Brotherhood, clearly rebutting opposition calls for a more representative government. Bradley Hope reports Read Article Egypt's cabinet reshuffle a win for Muslim Brotherhood
May 07, 2013
Egypt vowed to pursue men like Hussein Salem, the 'Father of Sharm El Sheikh', for riches gained under ousted premier Hosni Mubarak. But hard times may have blunted its zeal. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo Read Article Egypt's pursuit of Mubarak's cronies falters
Book documents the rise of Egyptian wheeler-dealer known as the Father of Sharm El Sheikh. Bradley Hope reports Read Article Mubarak ally combined business with a bit of spying
May 06, 2013
Islamist-ruled Egypt is open to visitors who drink alcohol and wear bikinis as it sets out to boost tourist numbers by at least a fifth this year, tourism minister says. Read Article 'Bikinis and booze are welcome in Egypt' tourism minister says
Star Trek's technological feats are ahead of the times - dreamt up almost half a century ago, much of its technology is today a reality. Can’t you beam me up, Scotty?
Following the 1948 war, Israeli librarians rushed to collect 30,000 mostly Arabic books from the houses of Jerusalem's prominent Palestinian families. Now, the families want their books back. Vita Bekker reports from Tel Aviv Palestinian activists sue Israel for the return of 6,000 books
Here is a look at how various cultures in the UAE have imported their cuisines and where to buy the ingredients. A hunger for home
Istanbul's famous mosque tries to strike balance between religion and tourism money by providing tourists with coverings. Thomas Seibert reports Turkey tightens Blue Mosque dress code
Dropping out of the top tier could be more of a help than a hurt, comments Paul Radley. Step backward may help UAE rugby move forward
The Italian marque is unbelievably, half a century old. To celebrate, the world's largest ever gathering of those outrageous sports cars assembled in its hometown. Lamborghini is still crazy after all these years
The dialect of the mountain tribes in Ras Al Khaimah is a living example of the history of the Arabic language's evolution in the region.
Produced by Paul O Driscoll Video: Talking Shehhi – a dialect from RAK's mountain tribes
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