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We can't believe this just happened. After 3 years, located the cover girl of our favourite Arab Spring photo. #tunis #youth  
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Pretty awesome photo story from Erbil - and 10 REASONS why you must visit this emerging hub. How about the biggest city park in the Middle East, a high-end ski resort, legendary clientele, and ancient landmarks?

Yes, you gotta go Erbil-style.
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Luxury hotels have played an unexpected part in conflict zones around the Middle East for over a century. Harboring journalists, diplomats and sometimes affluent locals looking for shelter, these places try their best to uphold a normal existence for their patrons, often with chaos raging outside its gilded doors.
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Your Middle East has met two women from “Hezbollah land” to learn about their views of the organization that is considered a terrorist group by the West and a liberation movement by its supporters.
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Despite setbacks in the wake of the “Arab Spring”, the region’s female activists gained strength following the uprisings and have no plans to stop fighting for better and fairer societies. Here is a rundown of five of the most prominent female human rights activists in MENA.
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Last week we asked our readers to send us their photos from the streets of the Middle East. Here is our selection of some of the stuff we received.

This week, we want pictures from your favourite cafés and restaurants in the region #BestEasteriesInMENA
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Your Middle East spoke to one of the founders of Lens Young Homsi, a group of civilians equipped with cameras and local knowledge who portray daily life in the besieged city of Homs.
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Saudi Arabia is hoping to wean jailed Al-Qaeda militants off religious extremism with counselling, spa treatments and plenty of exercise at a luxury rehabilitation centre in Riyadh.
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