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Arabic Dictionary and Translation Tool
From the U.S. Department of State
Includes a summary of relations with the country, membership in international organizations, bilateral representation, and links to other information:
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Arabic Language Media
Arabic news and current affairs satellite tv network, based in Qatar; available globally; originally owned by the government of Qatar, now claiming editorial independence.
Saudi-owned television news channel, based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; second frequently watched channel after al Jazeera.
Listen Arabic Radio
Links to Arabic radio stations around the world.
WWI T V (Saudi Arabia)
Streaming television from Saudi Arabia; links to several stations.
WWI TV (Egypt)
Streaming television from Egypt; links to several stations.
WWI TV (Iraq)
Streaming television from Iraq; links several stations.
WWI TV (Lebanon)
Streaming television from Lebanon; links to several stations.
WWI TV (Morocco)
Streaming television from Morocco; links to two stations.
WWI TV (Tunisia)
Streaming television from Tunisia; links to three stations.
Arabic Language Newspapers
The Most widely-circulated Egyptian daily newpaper; owned by and heavily influenced by the Egyptian government.
Daily Iraqi newspaper published in Baghdad, Beirut and London; most popular news source in Iraq.
"Regarded as...the best and most intensely read Arab newspaper" by the New York Times. Newspaper of record for the Arab world, favored by liberal intellectuals.
Independent Arab daily newspaper published in London, and owned by Palestinian expatriates; political news from around the world, focusing on Arab affairs.
Oldest Omani newspaper; daily.
al-Watan (Saudi Arabia)
Liberal daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia, published in Abha.
Arabic international newspaper, headquartered in London; owned by member of the Saudi royal family.