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Muslims Kholoud Sukkarieh and Nidal Darwish take a stand against sectarianism by becoming the first couple to wed in a civil ceremony in Lebanon. Loveday Morris reports from Beirut
March 7, 2013
For Kurds in Syria, school has been open for the past month, affording 10 percent of the population to sing their song.
October 28, 2012
Najib Mikati, the Lebanese prime minister, authorises the army “to bring the situation under control, to prohibit any armed presence and to arrest those implicated”.
August 25, 2012
Conflict between the few Sunnis and Alawites left on campus mirrors nation's wider battles.
July 23, 2012
A man who was held a gunpoint in a brazen daylight robbery as he withdrew two suitcases containing £2million (Dh11.4m) in cash for visiting members of Dubai's ruling family described his ordeal in a London court yesterday.
December 14, 2011
The raising of the UAE flag on December 2, 1971, to a 21-cannon salute, was the culmination of years of effort.
November 11, 2011
When he was called back in January 1971, as Political Agent in Dubai in the lead-up to the union of the UAE, there were still internal and external border disputes with which to be dealt.
A man accused of robbing a UAE embassy official in London pleads not guilty.
September 14, 2011
The Arab Spring and new bans on the burqa in France have made the UK a more popular destination for UAE nationals.
August 1, 2011
London police are confiscating cars worth millions of dirhams owned by young Arabs who are gathering for illegal races in the quiet backstreets of affluent Knightsbridge.
Princess Alice, the youngest granddaughter of Queen Victoria, was the first British royal to visit Saudi Arabia in 1938 helping forge diplomatic ties between the two countries.
July 30, 2011
Three armed gunmen held up the diplomat as he loaded £2 million (Dh11.7m) in cash into a limousine
June 29, 2011
Egypt's military rulers are keen to send a message to the country's estimated 10 million mostly Coptic Christians that violence in the name of religion will not be tolerated.
April 22, 2011
Lower prices and better amenities off the island are persuading residents to sacrifice short commutes in favour of homes on the mainland.
October 1, 2010
In the project, announced in July, the UAE had pledged Dh55m for five boats, more than doubling the size of the country's fleet but more is needed.
September 5, 2010
Why millionaire Grant Cardone says ‘cash is trash’ and property is the only game in town
How one Iran-backed group wields power in Iraq with free housing and violence
Lebanese banks’ capital controls 'not a silver bullet', says IIF
What Saudi's first indie movie theatre will look like
Why Tottenham made Jose Mourinho their new manager