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The 'Mr Robot' star rejected the idea of playing a religiously-motivated extremist.

Indian police arrested actors Balram Ginwala and Arbaaz Khan, who were dressed in fatigues, after mistaking them for terrorists.

Egyptian-American Rami Malek to play villain in <em>James</em> <em>Bond</em>

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Egyptian-American Rami Malek to play villain in James Bond

Egyptian-American actor Rami Malek will play the villain in the latest James Bond film.

Morocco tourists make tracks on 007's 'desert express'

The New Arab & agencies

Morocco tourists make tracks on 007's 'desert express'

The Orient Desert Express, made famous in the 2015 Bond movie "Spectre", trundles tourists between the town of Oujda and the former ...

'Iran will never get bomb', Trump assures Netanyahu

The New Arab

'Iran will never get bomb', Trump assures Netanyahu

President Donald Trump assured Israel's Binyamin Netanyahu that its regional rival, Iran, will never create a nuclear bomb, during a meeting ...

Dr. Tamara Kharroub

Trump's 'Ultimate Deal' on Palestine-Israel

Comment: Trump claims he wants to broker a peace deal, but the president-elect also does not see settlements are not an obstacle to peace, writes Tamara Kharroub.

Nazanine Moshiri

Julian Assange arrest warrant upheld

In-depth: Lawyers for the Wikileaks founder tell The New Arab they are 'disappointed' with the Swedish court's ruling.

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Hollywood stars praise 'enlightening' Egyptian film

Renowned American actor Tom Hanks and British actor Daniel Craig have both praised Egyptian director Mohamed Diab for his critically acclaimed ...

The New Arab & agencies

Pound, global stock markets collapse as Britain quits EU

The Sterling Pound collapsed and global financial markets plunged as results from Thursday's referendum showed a near 52-48 percent split for ...

Verminators: Putin building 'rat commando army' in secret lab

Karim Traboulsi

Verminators: Putin building 'rat commando army' in secret lab

Blog: Genetically engineered war bears, giant squid, and mind-controlled dolphins could be the stuff of cheesy sci-fi and Cold War paranoia, but ...

James Denselow

Europe cannot close the door and ignore the fire

Comment: Refugees from North Africa and the Middle East are treated as economic and security challenges, rather than as a humanitarian crisis. ...

Dubai's controversial police chief speaks out - again

Alain Gresh

Dubai's controversial police chief speaks out - again

Analysis: Dubai's police chief, Dhahi Khalfan al-Tamim, is known for speaking his mind, which has made him a renegade and maverick hero in the ...

Beirut: Big Brother is watching you

Zakaria Jaber

Beirut: Big Brother is watching you

By observing everyone in Beirut, intelligent agents are creating an atmosphere of fear rather than increasing security.

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