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  • Jun 24th, 2012 - 19:56 GMT

    The line-up for the Arabs Got Talent final includes a dozen acts. A close-up of the twelve lucky finalists and their talents.
  • Jun 21st, 2012 - 13:19 GMT

    Euro 2012 has seen its share of outstanding performances as well as the flops every tournament needs to be complete. All groups face tough matches in the upcoming games. Before plunging ahead with the Quarter Finals tonight, we take a look back upon the national teams best and worst performances. Here are the tops and the flops.
  • Jun 20th, 2012 - 15:05 GMT

    While Mubarak was sleeping: We take a look at his defining moments as president of Egypt and ask - how will he be remembered?
  • Jun 18th, 2012 - 17:51 GMT

    As the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) announced its presidential triumph with Mohammed Mursi taking the throne of Egypt, all eyes were on the power struggle playing out between the military and the people's choice. While Shafiq is a defeated man, his cause is still being championed by his military friends who reign supreme. Is Mursi just an Islamic figurehead to the real power at play?
  • Jun 17th, 2012 - 15:31 GMT

    The Lebanese Murex D'or awards also known as the Golden Murex awards did not sneak by unnoticed this year, not completely shadowed by the political turmoil and drama afflicting the region as a whole. Instead, the Murex D'or of 2012 contained a healthy amount of the usual red-carpet fuss and hot gossip.
  • Jun 15th, 2012 - 09:17 GMT

    Euro 2012's football player performances: We take a look at some of the players that made their marks with their teams in the European Championship so far. The early bloomers and rising stars of Euro 2012.
  • Jun 10th, 2012 - 23:25 GMT

    To float one's eyes over a map of the Middle East, is to see a region in distress. Revolution or not, the Arab region has not been faring well and has been failing to get out of deadlock political situations and economic black holes. Here's a roundup of the miserable state of Middle Eastern affairs today.
  • Jun 5th, 2012 - 15:11 GMT

    The Middle East leg of Madonna's MDNA tour, billed her Peace Tour, was the opening act to the world tour ahead, and certainly got off to a bang-bang, with guns blazing. The Queen of Pop and ever-evolving woman of a thousand contradictions, with fewer apologies, managed to impress and dismay in equal measure, whether for the heat storm she kicked up by shunning AC units on stage in Abu Dhabi, or the political upset brought about by her performing in Israel and talking 'peace'.
  • Jun 3rd, 2012 - 11:00 GMT

    The final week of May is the last week the Syrian conflict could be considered as something of an offspring of the Arab Spring. What started out as a protest in Derra is now, come the Houla massacre, a whole different warring ballgame, and something the international community, let alone the Arab neighbors can no longer stomach without intervention. Was this the week that tipped the a protest into something more sinister?
  • May 31st, 2012 - 14:45 GMT

    Cannes 2012 Film Festival presented a lot of Arab talent with a chance to showcase the fruits of their revolutionary year's labor. The usual suspects mingled with the latest film inspiration from the Middle East to produce quite an Arab hubbub, to keep the media chatterati entertained, if their goods came up as short on Cannes awards, or Arab Lions.