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/hr. 'This is not a harem': the sheikh and his 60 attractive young personal shoppers

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai has lots of money to splash – and he's scouring Venice for a small army of female assistants to help him spend it, says Becky Lucas -

/hr. لحظة اختفاء برج خليفة في أمطار الخير على الإمارات 14/3/2014 سماوي للاستكشاف

تصوير اخوكم سلطان بن الشيخ مجرن منتاج مجرن سلطان أمطار الخير على الإمارات 14/3/2014 برج خليفة سماوي للاستكشاف Sultan Bin Al Sheikh Mejren Samawy Expedition -

/hr. UAE President Sheikh Khalifa suffers stroke | The National

Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the UAE, suffered a stroke on Friday morning but is now in a stable condition. -

/hr. This Is Danny Pearl's Final Story

The author spent a decade chasing her friend's killer, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad. Then she went to see him at Guantanamo Bay. -


Watch the FULL and EXCLUSSIVE BBC interview with the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum about key issues affecting the Middle East, includ... -

/hr. Mastermind Of The Sept. 11 Attacks Wants To Convert His Captors

WASHINGTON -- The mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks now says that the use of violence to spread Islam is forbidden by the Quran, a major shift away from the more militaristic view he had put forward previously. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's thinking is detailed in a first-of-its-kind 36-page manifesto obtained by The Huffington Post. -


Jon Sopel explains how, during the exclusive BBC News interview with Sheikh Mohammed, planes in the sky were halted in order for the interview to take place.... -

/hr. Hijras now a separate gender | Dhaka Tribune

Hijras, who are neither male nor female, from now on will be considered as a separate gender in Bangladesh and will get priority for education and other rights. The decision was made at a Monday cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Cabinet Secretary Musharraf Hossain B -

/hr. Saudi Sheikh Has This ‘Scientific’ Warning: Driving Affects Women’s Pelvises and Ovaries

As women in Saudi Arabia prepare to challenge the kingdom’s ban on female driving next month, a leading Saudi cleric is warning women that driving could damage their ovaries and pelvises and could result in babies born with medical problems. Sheikh Saleh bin Saad al-Luhaydan, decribed by Reuters... -

/hr. Driving damages women's ovaries, warns Saudi sheikh

Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan said that women who continuously drive cars have children who are born with clinical disorders of varying degrees. -