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New facts on the assassination of Al-Mousa at the home of artist Nancy Ajram.

  ehab Bitar, the lawyer for the mother of the murdered Mohamed Al-Mousa, stated that there are “new facts” that have not been dealt with before, in the case that is being investigated with Fadi Al-Hashem, the husband of Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram. Lawyer Bitar said in a tweet on …

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Egyptian masseur plays with fire to ease muscle pain

Egyptian masseur plays with fire to relieve his clients’ muscle pain at his spa in the Nile Delta governorate of Gharbeya. Abdel Rehim Saeid, 35, applies the ancient Pharaonic technique, known as the “fiery towel” by starting with a standard massage, using oil and chamomile, to stimulate blood circulation and …

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Nominations announced for UK Theatre Awards 2019

he list of nominees has been revealed for this year’s UK Theatre Awards, the only nationwide awards to honour and celebrate outstanding achievements in theatre throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Best New Play nominees are Laura Wade’s The Watsons, Ulster American by David Ireland and Life Of Pi, …

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Soon… An Operetta Linking Past and Present of the South

he general secretariat and department of culture of the Southern Transitional Council will soon broadcast an operetta titled “Memories of Present of November 30th” on social media. The operetta is composed by Abbas Mansour Masoud, music distribution of Ahmed Guman, voice of Sanad Mahmoud and others and art direction of …

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Al-Afkham: ITI Will establish New Center in Conflict Zones in the Arab World Including Yemen

On the sidelines of honoring the International Theater Institute during the events of Cairo International Festival for Experimental and Contemporary Theater, the Silver Jubilee round, Eng. Mohamed Saif Al-Afkham, chairman of ITI indicated that the ITI is concerned with helping Arab theater artists in conflict zones as the ITI supports …

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Nobel prize winning author V.S. Naipaul dies aged 85: BBC

Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, who began writing in the 1950s, won numerous coveted literary awards during his career during which he wrote critically acclaimed novels such as “A House for Mr Biswas”, “In a Free State” and “A Bend in the River”. In a statement, his wife Nadira Naipaul called him …

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Artist captures war as seen by children – toys included

U.S. photographer Brian McCarty wants you to see the horrors of war, but through the eyes of a child. There is no blood or mangled bodies. Instead there are pink dolls and blue tanks. A bird from a video game represents bombs falling from the sky. An elephant symbolizes a …

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Saudi Artist, Abu Bakr Salem, Deceased after Long Struggle with Disease

After a long struggle with disease, Abu Bakr Salem, the prominent Saudi artist, died on Sunday. Salem was born in 1939. He was a composer, signer and poet with Hadhramaut roots. During 1970s, he travelled among Beirut, Jeddah and Cairo before he finally settles in Riyadh. For the rest of …

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After Half a century of its establishment, Hadhramaut Association of Heritage, History and Culture holds a documentary photo exhibition for Al-Makla Broadcasting

This morning a documentary photo exhibition was held by Hadhramaut Association of Heritage, History and Culture in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Al-Makla Broadcasting with attendance of‎ prominent culture, arts, social, media and education figures. General director of Al-Makla directorate, Awad Ben Hamel, chairman of Hadhramaut Association of Heritage, …

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Kaspersky Lab co-founder accepts invitation to testify to U.S. Congress

Eugene Kaspersky, the co-founder and chief executive of Moscow-based anti-virus firm Kaspersky Lab, said on Thursday he accepted an invitation to testify to U.S. lawmakers later this month over the security of his company’s products, but that he needed an expedited visa in order to do so. “I appreciate and …

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