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Jeffrey Sterling was found guilty of leaking classified information to a New York Times reporter about a failed US effort to undermine Iran's nuclear weapons program
Edelman Trust Barometer 2015 says 84% of citizens in UAE trust authorities compared to 55% globally
Trade minister cancels business licence of Al Watan, citing violations of corporate regulations
Deal with The Harbour Group is part of its bid to boost its awareness among key Washington policymakers
'Survivors edition' sells out within minutes of hitting newspaper kiosks despite print run of 3 million copies
Steve Emerson, who was on the show to discuss the Charlie Hebdo attack, claimed religious police roamed London streets ‘seriously wounding’ non-Muslims
Sheikh Mohammed unveils communications strategy targeting health, education, family and the environment
The managing editor of Corriere della Sera, Italy's leading newspaper, said it also plans to republish the cartoons
Update: At least 12 killed in shooting at offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper known for lampooning Islam
The Lebanese human rights lawyer says there is no guarantee of retrial for three reporters held in Egypt for more than a year would be any fairer than the original trial
A newspaper poll in the conservative kingdom shows two-thirds support a proposal to force female newsreaders to wear the black abaya, minimal makeup
Court rules that TV channel failed to comply with professional ethics by not showing interview
Lawyer for Peter Greste has formally applied to the Egyptian government for the Australian's deportation
Telecommunications watchdog launches white paper as part of dos and don'ts on internet etiquette
Foreign Minister says case of Peter Greste is 'under consideration' by high levels of Egyptian government
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In football, cricket, athletics or any other professional sport, the opportunity to emblazon...
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UAE businessman says just because some investors are selling shares at lower prices doesn't...
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Actually, there's no evidence that in the UK, these animals are being kept as 'pets' - your quote clearly states 'private keepers' which suggests that... more
EK needs to improve on a lot of fronts otherwise we'll start deserting it for other airlines. Reduced fares definitely. Also how about one free change... more
It looks like the small black/yellow barrier worked like a ramp when the car was reversing and lifted it over the very short outside wall. Very very dangerous... more
Really brave! I WOULD be amused, however, to see them try this stunt in Saudi Arabia. That would make for a highly amusing video more
Here's another example of how selectively freedom of speech is practiced in the West: CNN's veteran anchor Jim Clancy, who served the news network 37 years... more
@PPM - in certain churches (namely Anglican and Lutheran), New Year's Day is the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ. However, New Year's Day is primarily... more
Just when you think they can not do any worse, they come from nowhere to top it. So it is OK for a 50 year old man to marry an 8 year old child but it... more