Egypt says pardon for Al Jazeera journalists

Egypt says pardon for Al Jazeera journalists "being discussed"

President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi has previously refused to intervene in the case

Extremist minority have hijacked Arabs’ identity, says Queen Rania

Extremist minority have hijacked Arabs’ identity, says Queen Rania

Royal urged moderates to "fight for the future of Islam" and not be "complicit" with their silence

More TV channels could be shut down in Saudi Arabia

More TV channels could be shut down in Saudi Arabia

Wesal TV office in Riyadh closed down for promoting violence, hatred and sectarian division

Qatar's beIN Sports to show all 3pm games in Premier League

Qatar's beIN Sports to show all 3pm games in Premier League

Blackout imposed as part of crackdown on pirated broadcasts

Alwaleed-backed News Corp sees revenue up 4% on the back of higher book sales

Alwaleed-backed News Corp sees revenue up 4% on the back of higher book sales

Revenue at the news and information unit, which includes Wall Street Journal and New York Post, fell about 3%

Saudi Arabia closes offices of religious TV channel

Saudi Arabia closes offices of religious TV channel

Wesal TV has long been accused of broadcasting programmes against Shi'ite Muslims

Abu Dhabi featured in new Fast & Furious 7 movie trailer

Abu Dhabi featured in new Fast & Furious 7 movie trailer

UAE desert and Emirates Palace showcased in scenes from the upcoming 2015 movie

Film fund, schools vital for UAE movie ambitions, says DIFF chief

Film fund, schools vital for UAE movie ambitions, says DIFF chief

Abdulhamid Juma, chairman and CEO of Dubai International Film Festival urges move to open up industry to Emiratis

UAE's Image Nation plans more local documentaries

UAE's Image Nation plans more local documentaries

Film production company says to significantly invest in its portfolio of documentary films

Saudi Arabia jails three lawyers for tweets criticising judiciary

Saudi Arabia jails three lawyers for tweets criticising judiciary

Sentences of between five and eight years handed down by Saudi court for messages on Twitter


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