YouTube launched today a new hub called Mosalsalat which features more than 500 of the most iconic Arabic television series dating back to 1962 from across the Middle East and North Africa.
Users will now be able to browse through
Showcasing local art, culture and cuisine, a two-week Arabic Festival opened today at the Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel Dubai.
The opening ceremony was held at the magnificent Kris restaurant that is the hotel's signature pan-Asia
Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism John Amaratunga was presented with the latest edition of the only Arabic language travel guidebook on Sri Lanka, by Emirati author and entrepreneur Heba Al Mansoori.
The presentation ceremony took pl
Lego Education, the education division within the Lega Group, showcased multiple education solutions, now available in Arabic, for use in the Middle East education market, at the ongoing GESS 2016.
BabNoor app, the world's first Arabic cloud-based app for children with autism, was showcased at the Global Women's Forum recently.
Shadi Al-Hassan, managing director of Flagship Projects and founder of
Dhiaffa, formerly the National Omani Hospitality Company, has unveiled new Arabic hotel websites for all properties, dedicated to communicating with Omani and GCC audiences.
The websites feature not only images and descriptions of each
PropSpace, a leading software solution for the real estate sector, has announced the launch of its new Arabic version that will cater to the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.
Commenting on the launch, Alex Nicholas, the
SES, a leading satellite operator with a fleet of more than 50 geostationary satellites, has signed a co-operation with Deutsche Welle (DW) to transmit its Arabic language TV programme via the orbital position Astra 19.2 degrees East.
Travelstart, the leading travel booking site in Africa, has officially launched a fully localised and complete Arabic version of its website in Bahrain this week.
This makes Travelstart one of the top websites to offer an end-to-end exp
Two men were kept from boarding a Southwest Airlines flight from Chicago to Philadelphia because they were speaking Arabic, said a report.
Maher Khalil and Anas Ayyad, of Palestinian origin, were told by a gate agent at Midway Air