Iran's Farhadi scores Cannes hit with ‘The Past’
Oscar winner’s film, which is one of most-keenly awaited films at Cannes, is Paris-set tale about shifting relationships.
Ahlam: I plan to be Arab World's Oprah Winfrey
UAE film industry in Cannes
Curtains fall on outstanding edition of Abu Dhabi International Book Fair
Braille version of ‘My Vision’ hits shelves of Abu Dhabi International Book Fair
ADIBF 2013: Abu Dhabi Crown Prince helps students invest in books
Plethora of events: Abu Dhabi International Book Fair bustles with visitors
Abu Dhabi Media makes impressive participation at Abu Dhabi International Book Fair
Abu Dhabi International Book Fair scraps fees for Syria publishers
Diverse program, 1025 exhibitors: Abu Dhabi International Book Fair 2013 kicks off
Kuwait’s “The Bamboo Stock” snatches Arabic ‘Booker’ 2013
‘No red lines’ as Abu Dhabi Louvre unveils more than 130 artworks
Ruler of Sharjah crowned with ‘Heritage man of the year 2013’ award
Abu Dhabi International Book Fair: Over 50 publishing experts, 500,000 titles, and more
Sheikh Zayed Book Award announces 2013 winners
ADIBF 2013 set to break space record
Arab Capital of Culture 2013: Baghdad seeks to regain lost luster
Animated cinema comes to Meknes
Artists from West Africa make big splash at Art Dubai
Documentary on Egyptian Jews wins battle against censorship board
Sheikh Zayed Book Award announces second batch of shortlisted candidates
Tehran mulls sueing anti-Iran Hollywood films
Forty-five activities, exceptional show and more: Festival revisits history of Qasr Al Hosn
Italian doctor between staying in Sudan, going to Oscars
Palestinian Oscar nominee detained at LA airport
Exhibition of distinguished works in ‘The Palm Tree in the Eyes of the World’ kicks off
Committee for Festivals, and Cultural and Heritage Programs holds first meeting, gears up for upcoming events
Sheikh Zayed Book Award names candidates for 'Literature' title
Naseer Shamma to end exile: Time to do something for Iraqi culture
International Prize for Arabic Fiction announces 2013 shortlist in Tunisia
TCA Abu Dhabi Chairman Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Receives Prestigious Rome Award
Arabtec to build Abu Dhabi Louvre for $654 million
Ancient gold coins discovered in Iraq
Sheikh Zayed Book Award announces longlist for ‘Young Author’
Traditional Market hosts Hana Ammar art exhibition
Nine works long-listed for SZBA’s “Best Contribution to Development of Nations”
‘The Scream’ raises Yemen women’s voices in Dubai
Shah Rukh Khan cheered at Jamaa El Fna
Syria map ‘bleeding’ in Dubai
'1001 Nights' come to Paris
Mid-air sightseeing tour turns into tragedy in Turkey
Two hot-air balloons collide in beauty spot in central Turkey, killing two Brazilian tourists, hurting 23 other people.
Algeria: Mideast’s next revolt if soccer is barometer
there is increasingly little doubt that soccer is signaling popular discontent could again spill into streets of Algiers, other major cities.
Can Qatar’s media arm win hearts and minds in America?
Analysts say Al-Jazeera, funded by Qatar's royal family, has money to hire solid team of journalists, carve niche in difficult US market.
Saudi Arabia's first female director: There is room to women's rights in men’s Kingdom
Haifaa Al-Mansour says her country is becoming ‘more tolerant’ as she picks up award in Cannes for her acclaimed film ‘Wadjda’.
After ‘The Shard’, Qatar buys stake in Milan skyscraper project
Qatar's sovereign wealth fund has bought 40-percent stake in new skyscraper project near centre of Milan as part of its property investment portfolio in Europe.
Poor make good use of poll campaign posters in Baghdad
Many Baghdadis are stealing election campaign posters to use them roof covers due to their water-proof quality.
Host of MBC’s Arab Idol brushes aside her opulent fashion sense distances her from her grassroots following.
Cannes film festival will see UAE’s best of come alive to promote country’s film industry.
Arab Media Forum in Dubai discusses current challenges
First day of Arab Media Forum hosts discussions on challenges facing media industry in Arab world from perspective of industry professionals.
Abu Dhabi Statistics Conference 2013 draws 550 participants
Chairman of SCAD highlights importance of understanding need to produce high quality statistics in Abu Dhabi.
Soccer emerges as focal point of dissent in Saudi Arabia
In latest assertion of fan power, Facebook page entitled Nasrawi Revolution demands resignation of Prince Faisal bin Turki, owner of storied Riyadh club Al Nasser FC.