Category Archives: Mosaic
As the Afghan government and the international community begin to plan their country’s future, however, many Afghan women fear that they will be abandoned and their hard earned rights sacrificed in the search for a political deal.”
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An exhibition titled Samarra – Centre of the World at the Pergamon Museum for Islamic Art, Berlin, celebrates the 100th anniversary of excavations of the site. Exhibits include fragments of murals, stucco carving and wood panelling from palaces, lustreware ceramics, Chinese porcelain illustrative of the city’s far-reaching trade links, and also original excavation photographs. The exhibition closes on 26th May 2013. www.smb.museum
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The problem is that the barrier veers significantly off the internationally recognised Green Line border by hundreds of kilometres, gobbling up large swathes of fertile Palestinian land in its wake and decimating the Palestinian economy while trapping thousands of Palestinians between the barrier and the Green Line.
Additionally the Moroccan government’s policies have endeared it to countries such as the UAE, Qatar and Kuwait, all of whom invest in profit-generating schemes in the Kingdom.
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Saudi Arabia’s Prince Sultan bin Salman became a hero for the Arab world when he became its first … astronaut to travel into space 25 years ago. Today Prince Sultan is the president of his country’s Commission for Tourism & Antiquities is passionate about preserving and promoting his country’s unique heritage.