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About Daleen
DALEEN HASSAN is a Presenter/ reporter/moderator based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
- executive producer, presenter: Manage special magazine, relations with the partners of the sponsored magazines, from the concept until broadcasting,
Develop media coverage for political and economic events as reporter / producer, live hits from the UAE in English, Arabic, French .
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-Duty news editor: Responsible for investigating, compiling news, business stories, producing news packages and managing a team of 13 journalists.
- Interviews of high-level political figures in the Middle East, experts and scholars. Act as a reporter for special coverage: http://bit.ly/1U2Zbky http://bit.ly/1OW1lCu http://bit.ly/1Sp8TzW / http://bit.ly/2d0AH18 / http://bit.ly/1SV8Rzc
- Presenter, Producer of "Business Middle East" in English, Arabic , two seasons ( July 2014 - December 2015) of a weekly program focused on the constantly evolving business climate that is driving global market changes, and Middle Eastern views of the region's key economic issues.
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What does the UAE’s art and cultural scene look like post COVID-19?

04 Dec 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The UAE's art and cultural scene, described as vibrant and diverse, has been supported during the COVID-19 pandemic with financial grants for artists. Minister of Culture and Youth, Noura Al Kaabi, sees the industry as key to promoting UAE culture globally and contributing to economic sustainability. The country has adapted by digitizing content and is working on intellectual property protection. The UAE, a member of UNESCO's executive board, has partnered in cultural heritage projects and hopes the Abraham Accords with Israel will foster cultural exchange. The minister dreams of a future where UAE children have a deep cultural understanding.

What does the UAE’s art and cultural scene look like post COVID-19?

04 Dec 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The UAE's art and cultural scene, described as vibrant and diverse, has been supported during the COVID-19 pandemic with financial grants for artists. Minister of Culture and Youth, Noura Al Kaabi, sees the industry as key to promoting UAE culture globally and contributing to economic sustainability. The country has adapted by digitizing content and is working on intellectual property protection. The UAE, a member of UNESCO's executive board, has partnered in cultural heritage projects and hopes the Abraham Accords with Israel will foster cultural exchange. The minister dreams of a future where UAE children have a deep cultural understanding.

What does the UAE’s art and cultural scene look like post COVID-19?

04 Dec 2020  |  euronews.com
The UAE's art and cultural scene, described as vibrant and diverse, has been supported during the COVID-19 pandemic with financial grants for artists. Minister of Culture and Youth, Noura Al Kaabi, sees the industry as key to promoting UAE culture globally and contributing to economic sustainability. The country has adapted by digitizing content and is working on intellectual property protection. The UAE, a member of UNESCO's executive board, has partnered in cultural heritage projects and hopes the Abraham Accords with Israel will foster cultural exchange. The minister dreams of a future where UAE children have a deep cultural understanding.

What does the UAE’s art and cultural scene look like post COVID-19?

04 Dec 2020  |  www.africanews.com
The UAE's art and cultural scene remains vibrant and resilient post-COVID-19, supported by financial grants and initiatives led by Minister of Culture and Youth, Noura Al Kaabi. The country has focused on digitization and intellectual property protection to help artists. The UAE's active role in UNESCO and its efforts to rebuild cultural heritage sites in Mosul are highlighted. The Abraham Accords with Israel are seen as an opportunity for cultural exchange, particularly in literature. The article underscores the UAE's commitment to cultural preservation and economic growth through the arts.

How is the Abu Dhabi Investment Office supporting startups and attracting foreign businesses?

27 Nov 2020  |  www.africanews.com
The Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) is dedicated to fostering economic growth and diversification in Abu Dhabi, despite challenges from oil price fluctuations and the COVID-19 pandemic. ADIO supports SMEs and startups through initiatives like the $13 million Ghadan 21 accelerator program and Hub71, a tech hub. It also promotes AgriTech development, offering incentives to companies like Pure Harvest. Dr. Tariq Bin Hendi, Director-General and CEO of ADIO, emphasizes the importance of technology adoption for businesses and is keen on developing AgriTech for space applications. ADIO is also working to attract foreign direct investment and build bilateral ties, with plans to open an international office in Israel. Policy simplifications aim to ease foreign investment restrictions and foster public-private partnerships.

How are political cartoonists in the MENA region drawing attention to social issues?

20 Nov 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Political cartoonists in the MENA region face significant challenges, including censorship and persecution. Khalid Albaih, a Sudanese artist in Denmark, uses his platform FADAA to promote creative freedom and connect artists globally. Egyptian cartoonist Doaa el-Adl addresses social taboos and criticizes political and religious groups, despite threats to her safety. The article highlights the historical significance of political cartooning in the region, referencing figures like Palestinian Naji al-Ali. The sentiment towards the Muslim Brotherhood and Omar al-Bashir is negative, while Albaih, el-Adl, and al-Ali are viewed positively for their contributions to social and political discourse.

How are political cartoonists in the MENA region drawing attention to social issues?

20 Nov 2020  |  www.africanews.com
Political cartoonists in the Middle East & North Africa face significant challenges, including censorship and persecution. Sudanese artist Khalid Albaih, now based in Denmark, uses his art to challenge misconceptions about Sudan and the MENA region, and founded FADAA to connect artists and promote free speech. Egyptian cartoonist Doaa el-Adl addresses religious and political stereotypes and women's issues, despite threats from political and religious groups. These artists continue the legacy of political commentary in the region, exemplified by figures like the late Palestinian cartoonist Naji al-Ali.

Property mogul & reality TV star Mohamed Hadid talks cookbooks & kibbeh in lockdown

13 Nov 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The global pandemic has spurred a surge in reading, with online sales of various book genres thriving. The Sharjah International Book Festival adapted to the times with virtual and socially distanced events, featuring numerous titles and authors. Mohamed Hadid, a reality TV star and real estate mogul, contributed to the cookbook 'Craving Palestine' and shared his passion for cooking Palestinian dishes during lockdown. Hadid's family traditions and his efforts to stay connected with his children through food were highlighted. The article also featured insights from Zayed University lecturer Dr. Rehab Alkilani on the increased writing activity during the pandemic.

Property mogul & reality TV star Mohamed Hadid talks cookbooks & kibbeh in lockdown

13 Nov 2020  |  Africanews
The global pandemic has led to an increase in book reading and online sales, particularly in educational, fictional, and children's books. The Sharjah International Book Festival adapted to the situation with virtual and socially distanced events. Dr. Rehab Alkilani, a Zayed University lecturer, noted that the crisis has spurred people to read and write more. Mohamed Hadid, a reality TV star and real estate mogul, contributed to 'Craving Palestine,' a cookbook featuring Palestinian dishes. He shared his love for cooking, particularly kibbeh, and how he connects with his family through food during lockdown.

El Gouna Film Festival supports MENA films during global pandemic

06 Nov 2020  |  www.africanews.com
The 4th edition of the El Gouna Film Festival took place in October along Egypt's Red Sea coast, adhering to COVID-19 protocols. Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris, a festival founder, expressed the event as a message of hope and defiance against the pandemic. The festival featured 63 feature films, 18 short movies, and 10 documentaries, with 'The Man Who Sold His Skin' by Kaouther Ben Hania winning the Best Arab Narrative Film. The top award went to 'Quo Vadis, Aida?' by Jasmila Žbanić. The CineGouna Platform supported young Arab filmmakers, and the festival also introduced the Sasha Mobile Film Festival in collaboration with TikTok. French actor Gerard Depardieu received a Career Achievement Award and spoke on the importance of Arab filmmakers and the role of cinema in addressing social issues.

Film about Bosnia takes top prize at El Gouna Film Festival in Middle East

31 Oct 2020  |  euronews.com
The El Gouna Film Festival, the first in the Middle East for 2020, showcased 63 feature films, 18 short films, and 10 documentaries despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Naguib Sawiris, the festival's founder, highlighted the event's message of hope and defiance. 'Quo Vadis, Aida?', directed by Jasmila Zbanic, won the golden star award for best feature narrative, while Kaother Ben Hania's 'The Man Who Sold His Skin' won best Arab Feature Narrative. The festival also supported young filmmakers through the CineGouna platform, focusing on political struggle, humanity, and women empowerment.

Views from a rabbi, a priest & an imam on the Abrahamic house being built in Abu Dhabi

30 Oct 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi, set to be completed in 2022, will house a church, mosque, and synagogue, symbolizing interfaith unity. The project, designed by Sir David Adjaye, aims to foster religious tolerance and inclusion. Leaders from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish communities express excitement and hope for the project's impact on youth and global unity. The initiative reflects a long-standing tradition of religious coexistence and dialogue.

El Gouna Film Festival rolls out the red carpet despite COVID-19

24 Oct 2020  |  es.euronews.com
The fourth edition of the El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt has commenced despite the COVID-19 pandemic, featuring a red carpet and a parade of stars. The festival, following Venice's lead, has implemented strict anti-pandemic protocols. Notable attendees include French actor Gérard Depardieu, who received a lifetime achievement award. The festival opened with 'The Man Who Sold His Skin,' a film by Tunisian director Kaouther Ben Hania, telling the story of a Syrian refugee in Lebanon. The nine-day event will showcase 63 films, aiming to inspire dreams even in challenging times.

UAE-based celebrity couturier Michael Cinco pivots to protective clothing during pandemic

16 Oct 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Michael Cinco, a Dubai-based Filipino couturier, has shifted his focus from high-end fashion to creating protective clothing during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the #AThread4Cause initiative with the Arab Fashion Council, Dubai Health Authority, and Dubai Design District, Cinco and his team produced 3,000 protective lab coats. The pandemic has impacted the personal luxury goods market, with a predicted drop in sales and a slow recovery. Cinco, known for his elaborate designs worn by celebrities and royals, has adapted his bridal business and created a new collection called 'Impalpable Dream of Hope' using upcycled materials. Despite the challenges, Cinco remains optimistic about the future of the fashion industry.

UAE's market leading property developer Aldar, upbeat about real estate market recovery

25 Sep 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted global real estate markets, with commercial investments dropping nearly 30% in the first half of the year. The Middle East and Africa region, including the UAE, has been relatively resilient due to pre-COVID deals. In the UAE, residential markets in Dubai and Abu Dhabi are expected to decline further, with Dubai facing a steeper drop. Abu Dhabi's leading developer, Aldar, has implemented financial incentives and reported a rise in net profit and revenue. Aldar's CEO is optimistic about market recovery, highlighting growth in shopping malls, staycations, and development projects. The company is also diversifying into logistics, warehousing, and PropTech sectors. Despite suspending new developments, Aldar achieved significant off-plan sales and sees increasing confidence in the market.

UAE's market leading property developer Aldar, upbeat about real estate market recovery

25 Sep 2020  |  www.africanews.com
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted global real estate markets, with commercial investments dropping nearly 30% in the first half of the year. The Middle East and Africa region performed relatively well due to pre-COVID deals. In the UAE, residential markets in Dubai and Abu Dhabi are expected to decline further, with Dubai facing a steeper drop. Aldar, Abu Dhabi's leading real estate developer, remains optimistic about market recovery, driven by government stimulus and private sector growth. The company is diversifying into logistics and PropTech, and has seen increased investment from local high-net-worth individuals. Despite suspending new developments, Aldar achieved significant off-plan sales and anticipates a strong market comeback.

UAE aerospace manufacturer Strata pivots from plane parts to mask production during pandemic

18 Sep 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Manufacturing has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting a shift towards digitization and modernization. At the Global Manufacturing & Industrialization Summit 2020, industry leaders discussed the role of advanced technology in recovery. Strata, a UAE-based aerospace manufacturer, pivoted to producing N95 masks in partnership with Honeywell, establishing the first production line in the region. This move aligns with Abu Dhabi's strategy for economic diversification and self-sufficiency in the medical sector. Key figures emphasized the importance of adaptability, safety, and the integration of technology in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The UAE’s sustainable food plan involves growing rice & developing ‘soil’

11 Sep 2020  |  www.africanews.com
The UAE is prioritizing food security by innovating in local agriculture, particularly through the development of 'artificial soil' by Khalifa University and a rice cultivation project in collaboration with the Republic of Korea. The Sharjah Research Technology & Innovation Park is also playing a significant role in promoting sustainable farming practices. Key figures like Dr. Saeed Alkhazraji and Hussain Al Mahmoudi are optimistic about the potential for these innovations to transform the UAE's agricultural landscape and reduce reliance on food imports.

The UAE’s sustainable food plan involves growing rice & developing ‘soil’

11 Sep 2020  |  euronews.com
The UAE, largely dependent on food imports, is prioritizing food security and local agriculture innovation. Khalifa University is developing artificial soil to help local farmers grow crops in the desert. A joint UAE-Korea project has successfully cultivated rice using water-saving techniques. Sharjah is becoming a hub for agricultural innovation, with the Sharjah Research Technology & Innovation Park supporting sustainable farming practices. The Park's CEO, Hussain Al Mahmoudi, believes that within five years, 30 percent of the UAE's food could be domestically produced, with continuous research and development in farming technologies.

Could inland fish farms ease the UAE’s depleted fish stocks?

28 Aug 2020  |  www.euronews.com
UAE's Fish Farm, established in 2013, aims to reduce reliance on imported fish by using Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) to farm species like salmon and sea bream. The company supports the UAE's strategy to replenish fish stocks by 30% by 2030. CEO Bader Bin Mubarak emphasizes the importance of fish in UAE culture and aims for 80% solar power reliance by the end of 2020. The farm's sustainable practices and local production offer a competitive advantage in the market.

Interview with Rachid Yazami, the inventor of the graphite anode for lithium-ion batteries

24 Jul 2020  |  fr.euronews.com
Rachid Yazami, a Moroccan scientist, invented the graphite anode used in over 95% of lithium-ion batteries. Despite his significant contribution, he did not financially benefit due to the French government's initial rejection of his patent application. Yazami, now a professor at Nanyang Technological University, continues to innovate in battery technology, exploring the integration of artificial intelligence for enhanced battery performance. The article also highlights regional efforts in the Middle East and North Africa to revive scientific education and innovation, with initiatives like 'I Believe in Science' and 'Bayt Al-Hikma 2.0' aiming to inspire a new generation of scientists.

How might the next invention by battery anode creator Rachid Yazami change your life?

24 Jul 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Professor Rachid Yazami, a Moroccan scientist, made a groundbreaking discovery in 1980 with the development of the lithium-graphite anode, now widely used in commercial rechargeable batteries. Despite the lack of financial reward due to a denied patent application by the French government, Yazami's invention is integral to the $80 billion lithium ion battery market. Currently, he is exploring the integration of artificial intelligence to enhance battery life and efficiency, particularly for electric vehicles. Yazami's work has earned him numerous accolades, including the Draper Prize and the UAE’s Mohammed bin Rashid Medal for Scientific Distinguishment. He is now the Principal Scientist at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore but remains interested in contributing to scientific advancements in the Middle East and North Africa.

Global startup queen Joy Ajlouny reveals how entrepreneurs can make their millions

10 Jul 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Joy Ajlouny, a Dubai-based serial entrepreneur, shares her insights on raising capital and the importance of pitching for young entrepreneurs. As the co-founder of Fetchr, she highlights the potential for disruption in the Middle East's tech sector, particularly in FinTech, EdTech, and HealthTech. Ajlouny praises the efforts of the Abu Dhabi Investment Office in fostering a startup ecosystem and emphasizes the growing role of women in venture capital and tech startups. The article also references the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global startups and the significant contributions of companies like Facebook and LinkedIn during economic downturns.

The secrets of a 'serial entrepreneur' and the success of online startups

10 Jul 2020  |  fr.euronews.com
Inspire Middle East explores the e-commerce market in the post-Covid era and interviews entrepreneur Joy Ajlouny, who has raised over $100 million in funding and co-founded Fetchr, a company that revolutionized delivery in the Middle East. The startup economy is valued at $3000 billion globally, with Middle Eastern cities like Abu Dhabi and Dubai ranking in the top 100 emerging ecosystems. Despite the Covid-19 crisis impacting over 70% of startups worldwide, funding opportunities remain. The article also highlights SEP Jordan, a fashion and decor brand employing Palestinian women, which has seen online sales nearly double during the pandemic. Additionally, Tunisian social media influencers Samy Chaffai and Balkis Ksouri are using their platforms to drive online purchases.

Sara Al Madani: 'With the pandemic, many companies are giving way to new ideas'

03 Jul 2020  |  fr.euronews.com
Sara Al Madani, a pioneering Emirati businesswoman, encourages young entrepreneurs to start their businesses even during a recession, citing her own success and resilience. The article also highlights the contributions of Middle Eastern doctors and refugees in Europe during the COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizing their dedication and the bureaucratic challenges they face. Additionally, it discusses efforts to create a unified Arabic sign language and the importance of accessible education for the deaf community.

Why does Emirati entrepreneur Sara Al Madani say no to female empowerment & yes to failure?

03 Jul 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Emirati entrepreneur Dr. Sara Al Madani, who started her first business at fifteen, emphasizes the importance of embracing failure and rejects the concept of female empowerment, advocating for gender equality and diversity in business. She recently launched 'Hala-hi,' a platform connecting fans with celebrities. Al Madani, a motivational speaker and mentor, shares her experiences and challenges, encouraging others to learn from their mistakes and seize opportunities even during economic downturns.

As solar energy rises in the Middle East, will the sun set on the oil & gas sector?

12 Jun 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Solar energy, discovered in the 1830s, is now the fastest-growing electricity source, with the UAE leading the charge in the Middle East. The country aims to increase renewable energy use to 50% by 2050, with significant projects like Abu Dhabi's Noor Solar plant and the Al Dhafra solar project. Masdar City, a sustainable urban innovation, exemplifies the potential of solar energy, though challenges like storage costs remain. Regional initiatives like the Pan Arab Clean Energy Initiative and projects like NEOM in Saudi Arabia highlight a shift towards renewable energy, though the oil and gas sector will still play a role. Experts predict that renewables will dominate power generation in the GCC in the coming decades.

What will prompt Gulf energy companies to merge post-pandemic?

12 Jun 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The oil and gas sector in the Middle East is facing significant challenges due to worldwide lockdowns, reduced demand, and a supply glut, leading to historic declines in oil prices. OPEC+ has extended record oil production cuts to stabilize prices. The Gulf region is experiencing its worst recession, with significant economic contractions expected. The UAE and Saudi Arabia have implemented various measures to mitigate the economic impact, including stimulus packages and increased VAT. Experts suggest that the current crisis presents an opportunity for mergers and acquisitions in the energy sector to strengthen balance sheets and improve efficiency.

How to dodge cybercriminals & hackers during the COVID-19 pandemic?

05 Jun 2020  |  euronews.com
Cybercrime is predicted to cost the global economy $6 trillion annually by 2021, with the World Economic Forum calling for better cooperation against this threat. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased online work and lockdowns, leading to a rise in phishing scams and social media hacking. The Middle East, particularly the UAE, has seen a high number of attacks due to perceived weak cybersecurity systems. Experts advise being 'cybercrime conscious' by avoiding public Wifi for personal accounts, verifying email addresses, and enhancing social media security to prevent most hacking attempts.

UAE authorities tackle rising cybercrime during COVID-19 pandemic

05 Jun 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The UAE has launched a national fraud awareness campaign in response to increased cybercrime during the COVID-19 pandemic, including SIM-jacking and identity theft. The UAE's National Computer Emergency Response Team, part of the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, has been actively addressing cyber-attacks. Efforts include the Child Digital Safety Programme to protect children online. The UAE is also investing in data protective infrastructure, with Abu Dhabi’s Hub71 selected by InCountry as its Middle East headquarters. The UAE is revisiting its data protection laws to enhance security as it moves towards digitization.

How are UAE initiatives helping low-income families amidst pandemic?

22 May 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Charitable initiatives in the UAE, including volunteers.ae and the '10 Million Meals' project by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, are providing essential support to low-income families during the COVID-19 pandemic. The UAE Ministry of Education and Dubai Cares have launched #EducationUninterrupted to ensure children have access to distance learning tools. These efforts, supported by community contributions, highlight the nation's commitment to volunteerism and solidarity.

Solidarity in Lebanon: Local initiatives respond to rising poverty levels

22 May 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Thousands of Lebanese are facing severe economic challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, with poverty levels potentially rising to 75% by the end of the crisis. Community initiatives like Lebanon of Tomorrow, led by Tareck Karam, and Beit el Baraka, co-founded by Maya Ibrahimchah, are stepping in to provide essential support, including food, medical supplies, and social interaction for the elderly. These grassroots efforts are crucial in filling the gaps left by insufficient state support.

Outspoken Libyan princess Alia Al Senussi supports ‘New Saudi’ art scene

08 May 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Libyan princess Alia Al Senussi, raised in exile, has become an influential figure in the Middle Eastern art scene, particularly in Saudi Arabia. With a doctorate from London's School of Oriental Arts & African Studies, she serves as an advisor to Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture and represents Art Basel in the UK & the Middle East. Al Senussi supports emerging artists and believes in the power of art to advance societies. She notes the role of street art in the Arab Spring and emphasizes that while some state censorship exists, it is not widely enforced. Al Senussi also challenges the misconception that Middle Eastern art is solely political or social, highlighting the diverse inspirations of regional artists.

How to make money in a pandemic: Buy ‘stay-at-home' stocks?

01 May 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Stock market analysts suggest the COVID-19 pandemic could permanently alter the investment landscape, highlighting a growing disparity between the financial world and the economy. Amro Zakaria Abdu of Market Trader Academy notes the rise of 'stay-at-home stocks' like Zoom, Microsoft, Amazon, and Alibaba. The International Monetary Fund predicts a severe global recession, with the Middle East and North Africa region particularly affected. Oil prices have plummeted, prompting significant stimulus measures from major Arab economies. Despite the challenges, some believe the global economy will eventually recover post-pandemic.

Clean energy, mangroves and fish stocks: How is the UAE preserving its nature?

17 Apr 2020  |  www.euronews.com
The UAE is actively working to preserve its natural environment through various initiatives, including the conservation of mangroves on Jubail Island and efforts by the Environmental Agency Abu Dhabi (EAD). Led by Razan Al Mubarak, the EAD has made significant strides in protecting biodiversity, such as stabilizing marine turtle populations and reintroducing endangered species like the oryx to Chad. However, challenges remain, particularly in the overexploitation of fish stocks. The UAE aims to increase its protected areas and diversify its energy mix to include 50% renewable energy by 2050. Al Mubarak is also a candidate for the presidency of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, potentially becoming the first Arab woman to lead the organization.

Deepak Chopra advises on how to cope with stress in times of crisis

27 Mar 2020  |  www.euronews.com
Deepak Chopra, a prominent figure in alternative medicine, shares his insights on coping with stress during crises. He emphasizes the importance of spiritual practices and mindfulness, recommending a daily practice called S.T.O.P. to achieve mental peace. Chopra's ambition extends to creating an AI clone, Digital Deepak, to provide virtual advice for future generations. The article highlights his influence on mental health and spirituality, mentioning his celebrity clients and bestselling books.

UAE and Saudi Arabia to give $200m in aid to Yemenis of all backgrounds

08 Apr 2019  |  www.euronews.com
The UAE and Saudi Arabia announced a joint $200 million aid package for Yemen, part of a larger $500 million food aid program. The aid aims to benefit all Yemenis, including those in Houthi-controlled areas, through international and UN organizations. The UAE plans to use blockchain technology to ensure aid reaches those in need, preventing corruption. The UN has labeled Yemen's humanitarian crisis as the worst globally, with millions in acute need and on the brink of famine.

Patrick Dempsey and Jean-Jacques Annaud present new TV series at the El Gouna Film Festival

05 Oct 2018  |  www.euronews.com
During the El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt, Patrick Dempsey and Jean-Jacques Annaud presented their new TV miniseries 'The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair'. Dempsey discussed the challenges of his complex role, while Annaud highlighted the creative freedom television offers compared to cinema. Both expressed a desire to collaborate with Middle Eastern filmmakers. Annaud lamented the lack of distribution for Arabic films but praised the festival's efforts to connect global cinema.

How the French community in the UAE is getting ready for the World Cup final

15 Jul 2018  |  www.euronews.com
On July 14th, the French community in the UAE celebrated both Bastille Day and the anticipation of France's participation in the World Cup final. The event, attended by over 1,500 guests, highlighted the strong cultural and diplomatic relations between France and the UAE, with speeches from French ambassador Ludovic Pouille and performances by Emirati singer Fatima Al Hashem. The French-Emirati cultural dialogue was emphasized, with future projects in music, theatre, and philosophy planned. Attendees expressed confidence in France's potential World Cup victory, reflecting a blend of national pride and cultural partnership.

High jinks at the Almaty Mountain Sports Festival

14 Aug 2017  |  www.euronews.com
Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest metropolis and tourist hub, hosted the International Mountain Sports Festival at the Shymbulak resort, focusing on developing mountain tourism. The event featured various sporting activities and competitions, emphasizing environmental preservation and infrastructure improvement. European experts contributed to discussions on eco-tourism, while local figures like Yerlan Zhailaubay and Fabrice Saussac highlighted the importance of balancing tourism growth with ecological standards. The festival also showcased mountain sports, including climbing and biking competitions, aiming to boost participation among Kazakh teenagers and attract adventure enthusiasts. Almaty aims to become a top destination in Central Asia by 2023.

Ivory Coast, a growing country

22 Jun 2017  |  it.euronews.com
Ivory Coast is experiencing significant economic growth, with an 8% GDP increase in 2016. The government has a $60 billion national development plan for 2016-2020, focusing on infrastructure and private sector investment. Key sectors include banking, telecommunications, real estate, mining, and agriculture. The country aims to attract foreign investors by providing excellent infrastructure and support through organizations like CEPICI. The French chocolate producer CEMOI is a notable investor, emphasizing the importance of local training and expertise. The overall sentiment is positive, highlighting the country's potential and strategic development plans.

Warsaw, a magnet for businesses

15 Dec 2016  |  it.euronews.com
Warsaw is emerging as a highly attractive destination for businesses due to its strategic location, dynamic growth, and favorable investment climate. The city hosts over 27,000 foreign-capital enterprises, including major international brands like General Electric, which continues to expand due to the exceptional local talent pool. The startup ecosystem is thriving, supported by organizations like Startup Poland and local authorities fostering international collaborations. Warsaw's quality of life and cultural richness also contribute to its appeal, drawing both tourists and business travelers.

Warsaw: a magnet for business, start-ups and entrepreneurs

15 Dec 2016  |  euronews.com
Warsaw is becoming a top business-friendly location in Europe, attracting international and local startups and entrepreneurs due to its strategic Central European location, well-educated workforce, and supportive investment climate. General Electric, one of the first global corporations in Warsaw, now employs 6,500 workers and invests in various sectors. Startup Poland, an NGO, provides mentorship and networking opportunities for startups aiming to go global. The Warsaw City Government is working to link large companies with startups to address city challenges. The city's cultural richness and high quality of living index contribute to its growing hospitality market, with over six million visitors last year. Philippe Godard, the general manager of the Sofitel Hotel, notes a significant increase in tourism and describes Warsaw as a modern city with a mix of ancient European culture and American energy.
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