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Results from 1 to 10 out of 57666 about "rashas nahas desert pays homage to her cultural background"

Rasha Nahas' Desert pays homage to her cultural background

19 February, 2021

The New Arab Meets: Palestinian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rasha Nahas, to talk more about the release of her highly anticipated debut album Desert.

Razzia: Nabil Ayouch's critical homage to Morocco's cultural tapestry

01 December, 2017

Society: An ensemble cast share a story that reflects the complexity of Moroccan identity. Nabil Ayouch and Maryam Touzani speak to Jordan Elgrably.

Qatar to house World Cup fans in desert camps

21 March, 2016

Football fans attending the World Cup in Qatar could have to sleep "under the stars" in Bedouin-style desert camps as the tiny nation looks for ways to accommodate supporters.

Pyramids FC: Saudi money brings cultural colonisation to Egypt

21 August, 2018

Comment: Saudi Arabia's economic imperialism on the football field is a danger to Egypt's cultural sovereignty, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Live coverage: Final US presidential debate

20 October, 2016

Rolling coverage of the third and final US presidential debate from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, NV.

Live coverage: First US presidential debate kicks off [Concluded]

27 September, 2016

The first of three US presidential debates has started in Hofstra University, New York. Follow The New Arab's live-wire coverage of key points of the debate

Live coverage: Second US presidential debate

10 October, 2016

Rolling coverage of the second US presidential debate at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri.

The New Arab US Election 2020 Live Blog

02 November, 2020

The New Arab will be live blogging the US Election Day on November 3 from the time the polls open until the final results are announced

Yemen suffers cultural vandalism during its war

26 March, 2018

In-depth: The erosion of Yemen's rich cultural heritage as its war rages into a fourth year threatens to destroy the identity of Yemenis themselves, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

UAE pays $19.5 million in 'blood money' to Bangladeshis

26 February, 2016

The United Arab Emirates has paid nearly $20m to families of those who have died while working in the Gulf state.

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