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Soon after Amira was screened worldwide, audiences throughout the Arab world were quick to denounce the film's inaccuracies, with some activists even taking to the streets to force its removal from cinemas. The New Arab reports back on the outrage.
Iran says the cameras were damaged in a June attack it alleges Israel was behind. Tel Aviv has been widely blamed for multiple attacks against its arch-rival in recent years.
US special envoy Amos Hochstein is due to visit both Lebanon and Israel to try and revitalise discussions between the two sides on the possibly gas-rich Mediterranean waters.
The Artists for Palestine exhibition in Buenos Aires showcased the intense solidarity felt by Argentine artists, whose own history of dictatorship and repression has shaped their deep compassion for those under occupation in Palestine.
ExxonMobil and Qatar Energy will conduct oil and gas exploration off the coast of Cyprus, despite threats from Turkey, who believe it violates their continental shelf in the eastern Mediterranean.
Netflix has launched 32 Palestinian films on its platform under the collection Palestinian Stories many of which will be broadcast globally, in a step well-received by Palestinian directors and audiences.
IAEA chief Rafael Mariano Grossi's words sharply contrasted with the optimistic tone of his Iranian hosts on the progress of the Iran nuclear talks.
Iran has told the IAEA that 'its 'security and judicial authorities' were 'investigating whether the terrorists have used the Agency cameras to launch an attack on the complex', something the watchdog 'categorically' denied.
From fiction and short films to documentary and real-life, Palestine Cinema Days showcased a rich, diverse and unique selection of Palestinian, Arab and international movies this year.