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"The roots of today’s war Iraq were implanted by that of the original sin, the invasion of a sovereign country, promoted by the likes of Richard Perle." - Ramzy Baroud
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Video: Liliane Tannoury, Al Arabiya News Channel’s correspondent to Brazil, shares with Inside the Newsroom the latest on Neymar’s health and other World Cup updates.
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In her first interview since Brazil’s shock 7-1 World Cup loss to Germany, the country's president told CNN that her “nightmares never got so bad.”
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As Ramadan carries on, frantic dashes to dusty recipe books could become a daily affair. If you have already tried everything in your repertoire, why not try a homemade Iranian kebab.
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Noor Hussain, 75, admitted only to striking her with a wooden stick after she made lentils rather than the goat dinner he wanted.
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"A few thousand Scottish votes in either direction may cause a tornado on the other side of the world." - Dr. Azeem Ibrahim
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"Interrupting the World Cup with war and conflict should not become an Israeli tradition." - Joyce Karam
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"Given recent social unrest in Bosnia-Herzegovina, there is a need for the UK and Europe to secure longer-term solutions for peace in the region." - Muddassar Ahmed
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What recent social unrest needs to be remended by Europe? 
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U.S.-based ABC News on Tuesday mistakenly reported that scenes of destruction in Gaza had been shot in Israel in a segment hosted by anchor Diane Sawyer.
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Following two major uprisings and the regime changes they brought about, along with the death of late intelligence chief Omar Suleiman, Egypt’s stance on Gaza has been shrouded in increasing uncertainty.
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"As for Western advisers, they might do better for Egypt by advising how to effectively and aggressively collect a progressive income tax." - Abdallah Schleifer
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A valet at a five-star hotel in the Indian capital caused $335,000 worth of damage to a Lamborghini Gallardo after crashing it into a concrete wall in front of horrified guests, a report said Thursday.
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What's the problem? Cars like that and hotels like that are insured. .
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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. 

Al Arabiya runs an extensive global network of correspondents and reporters to provide its audiences with the latest updates, scoops, interviews, and exclusives. With nearly 30 offices around the world and large-scale presence in several key countries such as Iraq, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, and Yemen, Al Arabiya enjoys a competitive edge in providing on-the-ground, first hand coverage of major events of relevance to its audience and the world at large. 

Al Arabiya’s charter embodies an independent editorial policy based on providing its viewers with a speedy news service and balanced analysis that is thoughtfully accurate, comprehensive and objective.

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