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Khadija Ali is a freelance journalist living in Tripoli, Libya.
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Khadija Ali: A close look at civil society in Libya
Supporting the development and work of civil society is a win-win situation for everyone wanting to contribute to building Libya. It is time to make it a priority...
The new Arab man
A growing number of Arab men are not only championing the rights of women but also challenging traditional...
10 reasons to visit Erbil
The new Iraq
Always wanted to visit Iraq, but were too afraid to go because of the security issue? Erbil, in the semi-autonomous...
Saudi campaign + Bob Marley = "No woman, no drive"
The #women2drive campaign for women's right to join the busy Saudi roads has taken a rather unusual turn....
Groovy Tunisian cover of Daft Punk's hit "Get Lucky"
The major hit "Get Lucky" has received a new audience in Tunisia. Take a listen!
Five inspiring Arab fashion designers
These designers have one thing in common – they all challenge conventional ideas about fashion...
Saudi opens luxury rehab centre for Al-Qaeda militants
Saudi Arabia is hoping to wean jailed Al-Qaeda militants off religious extremism with counselling,...
Egyptian leftist Sabbahi submits bid for presidency
Four French journalists captive in Syria free
Saluting the naive and crazy – a no-nonsense startup roadshow
Egypt at a crossroads – between denial and apathy
Blame the media before the guns
#April13: How can we not forget?
Egypt pulls Lebanese star's "adults only" movie
Not so secret salsa nights in Tehran
Palestine welcomes British jazz legend
Iran oil exports rise to 1.2 million barrels per day
Libyan oil back on global markets - after blockade that cost $14 billion
Iran says would be reliable gas supplier for Europe
Why Palestinians go to Auschwitz
Syrian refugee children plan for green cities and schools
Grassroots movement without ideology challenges Bouteflika
Creative Marrakech is still at the top of its game
They flew to Jordan to jump out of a plane. It looks pretty awesome.
Outdoor adventures beyond the city – how to make the most of UAE this spring