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Ali Khalil

Ali Khalil

    Iran lashes out at Western motives
    Iran lashes out at Western motives
    Iran on Wednesday condemned what it said was the use of oil as a political tool against producers, referring to Western sanctions over Tehran's...
    Tight budgets put a damper on renewables investment
    Tight budgets put a damper on renewables investment
    A global economic slowdown and the eurozone debt crisis have curbed government investment in renewable energy, experts warned on Tuesday.
    Pilgrims pour into Mina camp from Mecca as the hajj begins
    Pilgrims pour into Mina camp from Mecca as the hajj begins
    The world's largest annual pilgrimage, the hajj, began on Sunday with more than two million Muslims pouring into the camp at Mina from Mecca to...
    WTO says Doha conclusion key to global recovery
    WTO says Doha conclusion key to global recovery
    The conclusion of the stalled Doha Round of free trade talks is crucial to the recovery from the global financial crisis, World Trade Organisation...
    Dubai dream turns sour as job losses mount
    Dubai dream turns sour as job losses mount
    Dubai's rapid expansion in recent years provided jobs for millions. But the global financial meltdown has abruptly ended the dream for many people...
    Al-Qaeda number two urges attacks on Israel
    Al-Qaeda number two urges attacks on Israel
    Al-Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri, in an internet audio message, urged Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip to escalate attacks on Israel...
    Saddam journal reveals prison Aids fear
    Saddam journal reveals prison Aids fear
    Saddam Hussein, the ousted Iraqi dictator who was hanged in 2006 for crimes against humanity, feared he would pick up sexual diseases while he was...
    Bin Laden praises hijacker on 9/11 anniversary
    Bin Laden praises hijacker on 9/11 anniversary
    Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden praised as a "champion" one of the September 11 hijackers in a new video released on Tuesday, the sixth anniversary...
    'Dubailand' aims to be Middle East Orlando
    'Dubailand' aims to be Middle East Orlando
    Widely touted as the Middle East's very own Orlando, "Dubailand", a cluster of mega-billion-dollar projects, is gradually emerging across the...
    Arab women reporters on front lines of war
    Arab women reporters on front lines of war
    A male news anchor appears on screen from the safety of Arabic station al-Jazeera's studio in Doha as two female correspondents in full war gear...
    Genital mutilation mars the life of Sudanese women
    Genital mutilation mars the life of Sudanese women
    Ilham could not hold back the tears as she recounted how her six-year-old sister Eglal bled to death under the knife of a traditional midwife...
    Bin Laden tape: More attacks on US
    Bin Laden tape: More attacks on US
    Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden threatened new attacks were being prepared against the United States, according to an audiotape attributed to him...