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Hind Mustafa
Hind Mustafa

Hind Mustafa is a journalist at Al Arabiya News.

COLUMNISTS
Hind Mustafa
Hind Mustafa

Hind Mustafa is a journalist at Al Arabiya News.

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Thursday, 19 June 2014

The taxi smart-phone app, Uber, has come under fire in the UK, but not the Gulf, where the app is ...

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