CNN’s Sara Sidner looks back at some of the most memorable stories covered this year.
CNN Inside the Middle East meets Amnon Ben-Tor who manages Tel Hazor, the largest archaeological site in Israel.
CNN Inside the Middle East travels to the Israeli city of Acre, one of the best preserved and oldest settlements in the Middle East.
CNN Inside the Middle East visits the West Bank ruins of Sebastia, an ancient city in desperate need of preservation.
Egyptian artistans’ hand-made Ramadan lanterns get stiff competition from China, Smurfs and SpongeBob. Jon Jensen reports in Cairo.
Tuna fishing is big business in the Seychelles, forcing the island nation to guard its island from Somali Pirates. CNN’s Jon Jensen reports from the tiny African island nation.
Iraqi artist Natiq Al-Alousi, who once worked for Saddam Hussein, struggles to find buyers in the UAE. Produced by CNN’s Jon Jensen in Abu Dhabi.
When artist Nadia Jelassi exhibited work in Tunis last year, she hoped the piece would prove a talking point. But the reaction was much stronger than she bargained for.
CNN Inside the Middle East meets Ahmed Al Shamsi, one of many Emiratis who have shed weight after bariatric surgery.
Kuwait’s love affair with fast food has become a health disaster for its population.
Can Kuwait restore its desert? CNN Inside the Middle East visits Sabah Al-Ahmed Reserve which experienced one of the biggest environmental disasters of all time.
Inside the Middle East meets chop shop owner Hussain Salmeen who builds and customizes bikes in Kuwait. Produced by CNN’s Jon Jensen in Kuwait City.