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Limitless plans wellness resort on 'tropical Siberia'
The resort will be built on The World development off the coast of Dubai by the property arm of the Dubai Government.
Lebanon’s army takes greater role as sectarian tension rises
Army expands its security role as the country faces violent polarisation related to the Syrian civil war. Bradley Hope reports
Syrians are hurting, but regime stays strong against economic attacks
The economic resilience of the Syrian regime highlights just how difficult a task the opposition and their supporters have in efforts to unseat Bashar Al Assad.
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Two million Syrian children – an estimated 40 per cent of all school-age children – are no longer receiving education of because of the civil war as schools in Lebanon and Jordan are unable to absorb refugees. Bradley Hope reports from Beirut
Lebanon claims Syria link to Tripoli bombs that killed 47
Military prosecutor Saqr Saqr accused two Sunni sheikhs who support the regime of Bashar Al Assad of working with two Syrians to set up a cell to carry out terrorist acts in Lebanon.
How Hamas helped Morsi escape
In January 2011, as the anti-Mubarak uprising gathered pace, many Muslim Brotherhood figures broke out of prisons in Egypt. The key role Hamas and Hizbollah members seemed to have played in organising the escapes is now being revealed.
Dozens killed in Lebanon's deadliest single attack since civil war
Twin car bombs in the northern city of Tripoli kill at least 42 people and injure hundreds gathered near two mosques.
Nasrallah: I will go fight in Syria myself
In a speech broadcast on television as Lebanon held a day of mourning for the victims of the car bomb that targeted a Hizbollah area, the group's leader Hassan Nasrallah vowed to take the fight to Sunni rebels fighting to overthrow Bashar Al Assad's regime.
Beirut bombing Lebanon's deadliest since Hariri assassination in 2005
Syria's conflict overflows again as militant Sunni group claims responsibility for attack in retaliation for the Hizbollah's support for Assad regime.
Politics has failed in Egypt
From the start, neither side has been inclined to find a political solution to a stand-off destined to play a leading role in Egypt's prosperity, security and stability in the years to come. Analysis by Bradley Hope