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Pocatello, US ‘terror’ Idaho State University – May Almighty Allah protect everyone

IT HAS BEEN not long ago since US President Barack Obama verbally transgressed against the Arabian Peninsula and its peaceful people, but now we are …

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US investment summit open

Investors from around the world will gather in Washington, DC, June 19-21 for the SelectUSA Summit, the largest and most important conference focused on attracting …

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Earth a massive theatre – Need to come out of it with fevew mistakes

EARTH is a massive theatre. We are just like huge dolls that came to play the role of living beings and the role is perfected …

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Time for moderates to become ‘extreme’

Egyptian director Marwan Hamed made an international splash in 2006 with his Cairo-set “The Yacoubian Building,” which fearlessly broke Arab cinema taboos in the way …

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Country of the future – Invest in world of food, water

PART of success lies in preparing for the worst and the ability to think in advance, which makes it possible for the future to be …

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Message from East to Obama – ‘Saudis playing legitimate role’

IT SEEMS United States of America’s President Barack Obama was angered by the way the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia handles its affairs and carries its …

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True wealth, solutions in knowledge economy

Dana Winner, MSc, Cybersecurity Policy, is a Certified Knowledge Manager, Certified Information Systems Security Professional. For more information contact dana@dana-winner.com By Dana Winner I have …

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Chronic kidney diseases prevalent in Kuwait – Peritoneal dialysis gentler, better for pediatrics

Dr Faisal Al-Kandari is a Pediatrician with specialty in infant kidney at the Dar Al-Shifa Hospital. He sat with Arab Times to give an insight …

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Rising health costs boost medical tourism – Far East becoming popular destination

The global growth in the flow of patients and health professionals as well as medical technology, capital funding and regulatory regimes across national borders has …

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Shangri-La labour of love – Doris Duke bridging cultures

  The story goes thus. In 1935,  Doris Duke, a beautiful, young American heiress on the final stop  of her lengthy first honeymoon with a …

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