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  • Aug 3rd, 2011 - 13:11 GMT

    Mubarak's Trial is a momentous occasion in the Arab Revolution as we have an 'Arab Dictator' on trial by the people - not even by a military hearing. Saddam Hussein’s trial that saw him death-sentenced occurred under the framework of 'occupation', making this case truly precedent.
  • Aug 1st, 2011 - 13:53 GMT

    Egypt and Syria are seeing a substantial decline in filming from their usually-booming industries since the onset of the Arab Spring. Here is a line-up of the shows causing most controversy this Ramadan.
  • Jul 31st, 2011 - 12:31 GMT

    Third sequence to the series of latest entertainment news, on Arab artists.
  • Jul 27th, 2011 - 11:02 GMT

    As the Muslim world welcomes Ramadan 2011, set to start early next week, we wait with baited breath to see if the world will witness a time of peace and thanksgiving in the Middle East or an escalation in the unrest.
  • Jul 21st, 2011 - 14:44 GMT

    59 years on from the July 23 Revolution of 1952 and Egypt has come full circle to the January Revolution of 2011.
  • Jul 21st, 2011 - 05:36 GMT

    The second installment of the latest news on Arab entertainers.
  • Jul 19th, 2011 - 13:57 GMT

    These are the poster children and heroes of the Arab revolutions. Some are just that- children, kids who have been raised as human faces of an otherwise anonymous maelstrom of anonymous popular demonstrations.
  • Jul 16th, 2011 - 21:33 GMT

    The ghosts of Hama have come back to haunt the Assad regime. Today we find Hama once again a flash point for Syrian repression. Thirty years after its residents were massacred in one of the worst atrocities committed by an Arab regime against its own people, we look back at patterns between father and son, to glean what has changed since Hama's first 'incident' in 1982 from which a whole city has not really had closure nor healed.
  • Jul 13th, 2011 - 12:37 GMT

    Though it may seem as if the Palestinian solidarity movement suffered a dent and a sinking, it is actually Israel that was harshly beaten here, for Israel has managed to expose its level of hysteria: it seems that under 10 tatty yachts and a few hundred no frill air passengers have got Israel out of sorts and clamoring to manipulate international air and sea law.
  • Jul 12th, 2011 - 11:04 GMT

    Check out our panel of Lebanon's best "babe" of 2011.