In such a painstaking profession I found myself, and in a career that is far from being usual I preferred to be. A live interpreter in a news channel is definitely a job that is known to few, but certainly needed in the global media coverage of today.
- 16 February 2013
- Einas Zeyadeh
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- 19 January 2013
- Yvonne Ridley
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A key demand of the Algerian hostage takers is the release of a Pakistani mother-of-three currently serving an 86-year sentence in a US prison. So why has her case gone virtually unmentioned in the mainstream media? Journalist Yvonne Ridley, herself a former hostage, reports.
Last Updated on Saturday, 19 January 2013 17:29
- 11 January 2013
- CHRISTINE HAUSER
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In Saudi Town, Women Protest Detentions, Leading to Their Own
Last weekend, Saudi security forces encircled and arrested a small group of women who were protesting the long-term detention of relatives without charges on suspicion of terrorism, and the event has touched off nearly a week of unrest in the Saudi town of Buraida.
Last Updated on Friday, 11 January 2013 08:59
- 07 January 2013
- Iqbal Tamimi
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Today, Monday 7th January 2013, Vanessa Whiteley, a British writer from Cotham, and the poetry evenings coordinator of last year's Palestine-Bristol Film Festival, has started a fast with five Bristolians in solidarity with five Palestinian prisoners who are on indefinite hunger strike in Israeli jails.
Last Updated on Monday, 07 January 2013 18:00
- 14 December 2012
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Arab Women Media Watch Centre in UK (AWMW) congratulates the 2012 Olof Palme Prize winners, Radhia Nasraoui from Tunisia and Waleed Sami Abu Alkhair from Saudi Arabia both of whom are Arab lawyers, fighting for the freedoms and rights of people in the Arab region.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 December 2012 11:07