BBC Arabic head Tarik Kafala on the channel's increasing significance in the modern world

Independent.co.uk :: With the Middle East in a state of perpetual unrest following the Arab Spring, a new king on the Saudi throne and the Charlie Hebdo attacks convulsing Europe, the significance of BBC Arabic, the oldest and largest of the BBC’s non-English language services, has risen, along with its global audience.

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