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Al Arabiya (tv network)

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  • Gunshots end footage of Japanese reporter slain in Syria [Video]

     
    Gunshots ring out. The video camera suddenly drops toward the pavement. The last footage taken by Mika Yamamoto, the Japanese journalist who died Monday in Syria, ends abruptly with those sudden shots, a grim suggestion of her own life cut short....
  • Don't bother yelling 'Taxi!' in Saudi Arabia anymore

     
    Saudi Arabia's Transport Ministry has come up with a novel way to cut traffic in the kingdom's congested cities: Taxis will now be banned from cruising the streets and picking up passengers without an advance booking....
  • Bashar Assad: To live and die in Syria

     
    Syrian President Bashar Assad says he has no intention of leaving Syria, despite demands from Washington and elsewhere that he relinquish power....
  • As violence continues unchecked in Syria, so does cyber warfare

     
    The Internet has become another battleground for rebels and regime loyalists in Syria, who are hacking into competing websites to undercut one another with online misinformation and propaganda. Syrian hackers loyal to Bashar Assad reportedly went after...
  • Two views of daily violence emerge in Syria

     
    Syrian opposition groups blamed security forces for at least 30 more deaths Thursday, including 15 in Homs — where the government reported that “life is normal” and children are enjoying the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha. Wildly...
  • LIBYA: Rebels claim to have seized key oil city

     
    Libyan rebel leaders claimed Friday to have taken control of Ras Lanuf, a city near the center of the country's coast that is home to Libya's largest oil refinery and one of its main tanker terminals, the Al Arabiya network......
  • LIBYA: Former interior minister says Kadafi regime to fall within days

     
    Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi is running out of time, his former interior minister told the pan-Arab satellite channel Al Arabiya on Sunday night. Abdul Fatah Younis estimated that anti-government forces controlled about 90% of Libyan territory, adding...
  • LIBYA: Captured Dutch marines, seized helicopter shown on state TV

     
    Libyan state TV has aired footage of three detained Dutch marines who were captured along with their helicopter by forces loyal to leader Moammar Kadafi near the Kadafi-stronghold of Sirte on Sunday as they reportedly were carrying out a mission......
  • SYRIA: Video footage said to show large Friday protests

     
    Video footage claiming to show protest rallies in Syria on Friday, a day on which activists had called for mass demonstrations to honor those killed during two weeks of protests, have surfaced on the Internet. Quoting activists. the pan-Arab news......
  • EGYPT: Former President Hosni Mubarak reportedly taken to hospital

     
    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was admitted to a hospital in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh two days after he and his sons were summoned for questioning by authorities for alleged corruption and abuse of power stemming......
  • IRAN: Outside the spotlight, Arab uprising smolders in country's southwest

     
    As democratic movements rock the Middle East, a little-reported uprising in southwest Iran has largely escaped international attention, primarily due to the efforts of Iranian officials. The Islamic Republic of Iran has for weeks cracked down on...
  • SYRIA: Protesters demand accountability before talks with Assad regime

     
    Syrian activists released a statement after days of deadly antigovernment protests this weekend, reiterating their demands, calling for good-faith discussions with the government of President Bashar Assad to end the violence and vowing to remain in the...