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Sarah is a freelance journalist and contributing reporter for Time Magazine, covering the Middle East. Nominee for 2012 Los Angeles Press Club award for hard news.
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The rebirth of Moqtada al-Sadr
Taking advantage of Iraq's instability and the rapidly decreasing faith in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Moqtada al-Sadr is working to transform his image and raise...
At a challenging time for Iraqi men, Viagra saves the day
One of the most surprising developments in Iraq in the past few years is not the spread of al-Qaeda, the stagnant economy or the power struggles with neighboring...
Scars of war leads to depression and drug abuse among Iraqi women
Decades of violence in Iraq have taken their toll on the country and its citizens, leading many to do things out of necessity for survival that otherwise would never...
A look into Iraq’s $4.2bn arms deal with Russia
As Iraq steps into a multi-billion dollar arms agreement with Moscow, the country shows that it's ready to decrease dependence on the U.S., reports Sarah Price.
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,...
Atiaf Zaid Alwazir: The flawed media narrative on Yemen
“Reading mainstream media, one imagines that AQAP has taken over the entire country and that most Yemenis...
The ties that bind Obama to Bush run across the Middle East
The U.S. response to the Arab Spring has exacerbated anti-American sentiments in the region, weakened...
Iran halts nuclear talks after US blacklist move
Jerusalem locked down by fiercest snowstorm in years
Egyptian police tear-gas pro-Morsi protesters
The increasing importance of Iran
Why pan-Arabism has failed
Independence in Egypt…For Whom?
Palestinian thriller "Omar" hits big on Dubai's film festival
Play the Iranian revolution
Tunisian resistance one verse at a time
Iraq signs $1.1 billion deal to buy South Korean fighters
Dutch water firm cuts Israel ties after tense PM visit
Libya oil terminals blockade "to end Sunday"
Hezbollah in the words of two South Lebanese women
Arab Spring legacy in tatters, hopes pinned on Tunisia
Years later, kidnapped Iraqi's family finds no closure
The day I discovered the mystery of Algiers
Ephesus – history in wonderland
Qatar Airways joins Oneworld alliance