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The ongoing Ukraine-Russia crisis threatens some Arab countries’ food imports, an economic expert at the World Bank warned.
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New York police Tuesday were eating extra helpings of humble pie after asking people to post images of themselves and NYPD officers on Twitter - only to face a deluge of pictures of alleged police brutality.
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Syrian refugees in Turkey

The number of Syrian refugees in Turkey has reached “almost one million,” Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday, while pledging to keep accepting those fleeing the war.
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It was hardly the best-kept secret, but now it’s official: Star Wars is coming to Abu Dhabi:
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Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine said they were holding an American journalist in the city of Slaviansk and the online news site Vice News said it was trying to secure the safety of its reporter Simon Ostrovsky.
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Syrian refugee children hold up their drawings of their dream home during a class at a school for refugee children at Boynuyogun refugee camp in Hatay province near the Turkish-Syrian border.

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Al Arabiya news channel was launched in 2003 as the 24/7 free-to-air news and current affairs satellite outlet. Al Arabiya soon became the news source of choice for Arabs seeking credible news and information about the Middle East and the world beyond. Al Arabiya’s reputation for sober and balanced reporting now extends beyond its natural geographic and cultural domain, i.e. the Middle East. A number of renowned international news organisations and research institutes interested in the Arab and Islamic worlds regularly monitor Al Arabiya. 

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