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Salah during his Chelsea stint
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The Reds have already broken their transfer record to land one player, but the opinion of a club legend is that more quality additions are required

June 25, 2017

(Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP)
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At least six people have been wounded after a car ran ploughed into a large crowd of people marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan in the British city of Newcastle.

June 24, 2017

Do it the Salah way: Liverpool’s new man has nerves of steel
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Dismissed as being not good enough to play for Cairo giants Zamalek early in his career and deemed not up to the standards of the English Premier League while at Chelsea a few years ago, Mohamed Salah continues to defy critics with a typical unyielding approach.

June 23, 2017

Salah enjoyed a highly successful season with Roma, helping them finish as runners-up in the Italian Serie A behind champions Juvenuts.
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Egypt star Mohamed Salah believes he is versatile enough to play anywhere across Liverpool's attacking line of three after sealing a €42 million-move from AS Roma on Thursday.
20 years on. (Bloomsbury / Scholastic)
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The first Harry Potter book will turn 20 Monday. Read a look back within.

June 22, 2017

Photo: @22mosalah
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Liverpool have sharpened their attack by completing the signing of Mohamed Salah from Roma on a five-year deal.
Mohamed Salah
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Egypt and Roma winger Mohamed Salah is undergoing a medical at Liverpool on Thursday with a view to completing a move to the English Premier League giants, skysports reported.
Tamim Barghouti. (Interlink Books)
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Tamim Barghouti, the son of poet Mourid and novelist Radwa Ashour, discusses the challenges of translating Arabic poetry into English.

June 21, 2017

Steven Moffat winning awards, as always. (Phil McCarten/UPI)
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"Sherlock" co-creators and "Doctor Who" writers Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are reuniting to bring another Victorian novel to TVs near you: Dracula.
Despite the fact that Muslims commit far fewer attacks, US media coverage increases by an average of four and a half times in those circumstances. (twitter)
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The study showed the average attack with a Muslim perpetrator is covered in 90.8 articles, those with a Muslim, foreign-born perpetrator are covered in 192.8 articles.
People attend a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque in north London on June 20, 2017, following a van attack on pedestrians nearby on June 19. Ten people were injured and a man also died at the scene after a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday. (Tolga Akmen/AFP)
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How far away from the mainstream actually are far-right hate speakers?

June 20, 2017

Barclays. (File photo)
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British authorities on Tuesday charged Barclays and four former executives with fraud.
Only weeks before the attack, Robinson released a video in which he warned that "militias will be set up" to "clean out this Islamic problem". (twitter)
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Despite rallying against terror and jumping to condemn extremism at every dreaded news flash, key figures on the right and in the right-wing media continue to spew divisive rhetoric that fuels anti-Muslim hatred.
President Trump has taken to Twitter during previous terror attacks to make the case for tighter restrictions on travel from predominantly Muslim countries. (AFP)
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State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert issued an official condemnation of the deadly assault but Donald Trump – often quick to comment on Twitter after extremist violence – kept his counsel.

June 19, 2017

The attack on Finsbury Park Mosque was a "sickening attempt" to destroy the freedom to worship. (AFP)
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Additional police have been deployed at British mosques to protect Muslims following a van attack on worshippers near a north London mosque.
Forensic officers work at the scene in Finsbury Park area of north London after a vehichle hit pedestrians, on June 19, 2017. A van ploughed into pedestrians near a London mosque in early Monday, killing one man and injuring eight other people in what Prime Minister Theresa May said was "a potential terrorist attack".(Tolga Akmen/AFP)
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The UK just cannot catch a break at the moment. It is only days after scores died in a massive fire in west London, and fewer than two weeks after eight people were murdered on or near London Bridge.
Community members who have led initiatives to support those affected without help from government say that this is not enough. (AFP)
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Families affected by the devastating London tower block inferno last week will receive £5,500 from the British government.
Shubbak Festival 2017! (Shubbak Festival)
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Readings, songs, discussions: Arabic poetry will grace London at this year's (exciting as always) Shubbak Festival!
London mayor Sadiq Khan labelled the incident a "horrific terrorist attack on innocent people." (AFP)
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he suspect screamed "I'm going to kill all Muslims," according to witness Abdulrahman Saleh Alamoudi who was assisting victims.

June 18, 2017

Gas workers. (File photo)
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UK court issues injunction in favor of UAE’s Dana Gas in sukuk issue.
Over 200 firefighters attended the blaze in west London on Wednesday night (Adrian Dennis/AFP)
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“We feel your pain because this horror is our daily reality."
Members of the emergency services work on the middle floors of the charred remnains of the Grenfell Tower block in Kensington, west London, on June 17, 2017, follwing the June 14 fire at the residential building. (Tolga Akmen/AFP)
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Some 58 people are now feared dead in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London, according to British police.

June 15, 2017

Prime Minister Theresa May and London Mayor Sadiq Khan visited the scene of the deadly blaze on Thursday, promising a full investigation into the catastrophe. (AFP)
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The police have said the number of confirmed fatalities from Wednesday’s inferno is now 17.
Contemplating the horizon. (Lucasfilm)
18:11 GMT
Al Bawaba's look at the making of and importance of "Star Wars" reaches its epic—in the original mythological sense—conclusion.

ETI also made exports to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Oman, Morocco and Algeria. (AFP)
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BAE first sold the technology to Tunisian ex-dictator, Ben Ali, who used it monitor his opponents and imprison them without trial.
The Palestine Book Awards are as exciting as ever! (Middle East Monitor)
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The prestigious prize, which seeks to promote English both fiction and nonfiction on Palestine and the Palestinian Cause, has announced its 2017 shortlist. We take a look at the nominees.

June 13, 2017

Sick Note. (Sky Atlantic)
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Lohan is joining series 2 of "Sick Note," a British sitcom starring former Ron Weasley Rupert Grint and Nick Frost (from "Hot Fuzz").
Suits suitably suits-up for celebration. (USA Network)
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The stars of TV show "Suits" celebrated