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A boy's mission to save the camel

Camels have been fabled ships of the desert for centuries, but the litter left by Abu Dhabi day trippers can lead to a slow and painful death when the animals mistake it for food.
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Travelling the slow route to Petra

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One of the Middle East's most scenic and ancient roads, the 280km-long King’s Highway in Jordan has a history that stretches back to the curtain opening of civilisation.
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Localites

The rise of Dubai’s variety clubs

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Following the success of Beirut’s infamous MusicHall and London’s raunchy The Box, Dubai’s new wave of club owners are quickly cashing in on decadent late night fun.
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On the road: Haifa, Israel

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Take a dip at Bat Galim Beach, considered one of the country's best spots for surfing, windsurfing and watersports.


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The world’s most lucrative horse race

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A purse of $10 million awaits the winner of the Dubai World Cup, an annual highlight of the city’s spring social season where it is as much about the hats as it is the horses.
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The Passport blog

An ancient artefact unites Iran and the US

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The ancient Cyrus Cylinder of Persia, a historical symbol of tolerance and freedom and a source of pride for Iranians worldwide, has begun a nine-month tour of the US.
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