My grandparents’ grave and the rancour of civil war, by Reem Haddad.
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The shock after the last election was when the new Labour Government actually started to implement parts of its programme, writes Lindsey Collen.
How government offices finally discovered computers, by Reem Haddad.
Filed in: Lebanon
How Beirut has learned to love liposuction and tummy tucks, by Reem Haddad.
Detainees return from Israel after 16 years, witnessed by Reem Haddad.
Reem Haddad uses the fatalism of Lebanese society to her own advantage.
- August 23, 2006
A Syrian teacher who uses TV to teach Golan Heights children talks to Reem Haddad.
The al Jazeera satellite TV station has changed Arab people’s perception of the world. Its runaway success has spawned a host of imitators, as Reem Haddad explains.
Lindsey Collen introduces two campaigning widows whose husbands died in police custody.
Mauritius goes to bizarre lengths to classify people by ethnicity or religion, as Lindsey Collen explains.
Reem Haddad celebrates the remarkable life of a British woman who became a local legend