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A Helping Hand

By Mostapha Raad Wars have never left anyone without a loss. For Ali Serhan, images of the 15-year Lebanese civil war, which started in 1975, continue to play in his mind. The fighting took its toll on Serhan’s life after a shrapnel from an exploding bomb claimed his right arm while he was hiding in a

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Cracking The Crisis

EXCLUSIVE TO NEWSWEEK MIDDLE EAST By Hala Fadel Technology can and must address the tremendous challenges posed by the worst refugee crisis in recent history Some problems are so big, you don’t even know where to start. The refugee crisis is a problem of this magnitude. With the refugee population reaching around 20 million, governments are

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Dubai: Printing The Future

Dubai’s new 3D printed building might just set the stage for sweeping change across the construction landscape By Ali Khaled Photographs by Museum of the Future Last week, a trailer for summer blockbuster Star Trek created a buzz on social media as it tantalizingly showcased some stunning glimpses of scenes shot in a futuristic city

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America’s Secret Weapon

By Bill Gates April 18 – This presidential election has the country captivated. As many commentators have pointed out, the primaries are more focused on personalities than policy. While the parties focus on who is going to represent them in the fall, I want to make the case for something that I hope every candidate

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