[Rapid tv news] through executing best practices and carrying out top technology applications to deliver media content, that represent creative and meaningful television, while respecting social, cultural, and the Arab family values,” said Abdul Rehman Al Ali
[Financial Times] - “Mubarak is still in control,” said Said Abdul Magdi, a 47-year-old baker leading chants in Tahrir Square. “The counter-revolutionaries are still in control. They don't want to give us a minimum wage. They don't want us to have decent lives.
[Telegraph.co.uk] - "There is still fighting and bombings," said Abdul Rahman, a 21-year-old trader at Fagah junction market. "But I can make money in Mogadishu and the situation is better than before." A Somali government soldier takes position as the convoy of Secretary
[Africasia] - "The government has promised us to disarm Tripoli by December 31," said Abdul Razzak Abuhajar, whose city has been inundated by former rebel fighters who ousted Moamer Kadhafi. "They have assured the Tripoli council that the entire city will be