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Daily News Brief: Iran, Afghanistan and the Chinese military

Daily News Brief

Daily News Brief: Iran, Afghanistan and the Chinese military

Read today's top news stories as compiled by Worldfocus staff. Today, progress in Iran; Chinese military might; and a journey in photographs through Beirut's historic markets.

Posted: October 21, 2009 11:54   Comments: 0
A view from the East: Soccer in Egypt

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A view from the East: Soccer in Egypt

Mohammad Al-Kassim, a producer at Worldfocus, blogs here about soccer's popularity around the world -- exemplified by a piece from the Al Arabiya news channel. Translated from the Arabic, it tells the story of a young Egyptian couple who found an unusual way to balance their passion for soccer with their wedding day.

Posted: October 8, 2009 16:13   Comments: 2
In the newsroom: Lost in translation

In the Newsroom

In the newsroom: Lost in translation

Worldfocus producer Mohammad al-Kassim blogs about the tricky business of understanding the English language.

Posted: September 17, 2009 11:48   Comments: 3
Q&A: A Kuwaiti Bidoon suffers from statelessness

Q&A

Q&A: A Kuwaiti Bidoon suffers from statelessness

Many Bidoon people in Kuwait and other Gulf states do not have citizenship in any country. Ashraf talks to Worldfocus about the Kuwaiti government's rejection of his nationality and his quest for asylum in the U.K.

Posted: September 3, 2009 11:50   Comments: 4
What is statelessness?

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What is statelessness?

This summer, Worldfocus.org's multimedia project "Stateless to Statehood" explores the relationships between individuals and the states they live in. Twelve to 15 million people live in limbo without the benefits of nationality.

Posted: July 10, 2009 15:34   Comments: 2
Kuwait elects women to parliament in political milestone

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Kuwait elects women to parliament in political milestone

There was a political milestone in Kuwait this weekend, where for the first time, women were elected to Kuwait's parliament. It was only four years ago that women won the right to vote in Kuwait.

Posted: May 18, 2009 12:28   Comments: 2
Home for the holidays

In the Newsroom

Home for the holidays

Worldfocus anchor Martin Savidge is heading home to celebrate Christmas with his family, but recalls spending past holidays in Kuwait and Korea and remembers one holiday miracle.

Posted: December 24, 2008 08:17   Comments: 4

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