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Twenty-five young peace building leaders from 12 countries of conflict were brought together by the United States Institute of Peace to meet the world’s most iconic figure of peace
November 12, 2017
Writing a weekly column for this newspaper has been a privilege and a responsibility, says Rym Ghazal as she embarks on a new journey
June 24, 2017
Ramadan is a month of fasting, prayer and reflection. Some of the stories Muslims reflect on are those from the life of the Prophet Mohammed and the messengers before him – here we rediscover the holy places where they are believed to be buried.
June 22, 2017
Rym Ghazal says that the beauty of a majlis lies in its ability to capture the pulse of a nation and gives a chance to meet older people
June 17, 2017
In the fourth and final part of our Ramadan series looking at the creatures of the Quran, we highlight the stories of birds, fish and the whale.
June 12, 2017
In the penultimate part of our Ramadan series, we examine the many types of insects – and the spider – that feature in the Quran.
June 4, 2017
Rym Ghazal highlights the little known story of the heroes of the 1967 war
June 3, 2017
The second in a four-part Ramadan series looking at the animals of the Quran. This week, we highlight those that roamed free.
May 30, 2017
Rym Ghazal highlights how "Ivanka mania" flooded social media this week as the daughter of Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia with her father
May 24, 2017
The first in a four-part Ramadan series looking at stories of animals of the Quran. This week, we highlight domesticated animals.
It would be interesting to watch viewer reaction to the television drama series during Ramadan, highligting people's lives under ISIL, writes Rym Ghazal
May 17, 2017
Rym Ghazal describes the process of taking a genetics test
May 13, 2017
The Zayed Centre for Herbal Research also provides information to visitors about the medicinal properties attributed to common spices, herbs and plants that grow in the UAE, as well as the ones that are toxic.
May 6, 2017
Experts at the Zayed Center for Herbal Research tell The National about their work to preserve the knowledge of traditional medicinal plants in the UAE.
Traditional medicine in the Middle East can be broken down into four sub-categories: medicines of the prophet, physicians, Arabs and elders.
Coronavirus: Dubai's expanded travel restrictions explained
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How coronavirus is affecting conflicts in the Middle East