UAE tops global list for trust levels in gov't, business, media

UAE tops global list for trust levels in gov't, business, media

Edelman Trust Barometer 2015 says 84% of citizens in UAE trust authorities compared to 55% globally

Kuwait pulls licence of company that publishes critical newspaper

Kuwait pulls licence of company that publishes critical newspaper

Trade minister cancels business licence of Al Watan, citing violations of corporate regulations

UAE signs $10m contract with PR firm for US lobbying services

UAE signs $10m contract with PR firm for US lobbying services

Deal with The Harbour Group is part of its bid to boost its awareness among key Washington policymakers

French rush to buy new Charlie Hebdo edition after attacks

French rush to buy new Charlie Hebdo edition after attacks

'Survivors edition' sells out within minutes of hitting newspaper kiosks despite print run of 3 million copies

Fox News guest sorry for wrongly claiming Birmingham is 'totally Muslim'

Fox News guest sorry for wrongly claiming Birmingham is 'totally Muslim'

Steve Emerson, who was on the show to discuss the Charlie Hebdo attack, claimed religious police roamed London streets ‘seriously wounding’ non-Muslims

UAE launches campaign to improve lifestyle choices, attitudes

UAE launches campaign to improve lifestyle choices, attitudes

Sheikh Mohammed unveils communications strategy targeting health, education, family and the environment

Danish newspaper reprints Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Islam

Danish newspaper reprints Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Islam

The managing editor of Corriere della Sera, Italy's leading newspaper, said it also plans to republish the cartoons

Two suspects in Paris terror attack located in northern France

Two suspects in Paris terror attack located in northern France

Update: At least 12 killed in shooting at offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper known for lampooning Islam

Amal Clooney calls for Al Jazeera journalists' deportation

Amal Clooney calls for Al Jazeera journalists' deportation

The Lebanese human rights lawyer says there is no guarantee of retrial for three reporters held in Egypt for more than a year would be any fairer than the original trial

Saudis poll supports forcing women TV presenters to cover-up

Saudis poll supports forcing women TV presenters to cover-up

A newspaper poll in the conservative kingdom shows two-thirds support a proposal to force female newsreaders to wear the black abaya, minimal makeup


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