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ICYMI: Corruption is considered by a large majority of Arabs to be one of the major problems facing their home country, according to an Arab News-Arab Strategy Forum public opinion research study.

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ICYMI: Women’s empowerment in the Arab world has a bright future, if the findings of a YouGov study commissioned by Arab News for the Arab Strategy Forum are any guide.

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An Arab News-YouGov study for the #ArabStrategyForum  shows important differences between the views of young and older #Arabs . Find out more about the future concerns of Arab youth.

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In the Levant, 57 percent of respondents in an Arab News-YouGov poll named corruption as their home country's top problem; the figure was higher still in North Africa with 64 percent. #ArabStrategyForum 

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An #ArabStrategyForum '>Arab News #ArabStrategyForum  research study shows that 58 percent of #Arabs  disagree with the use of religion for political gain. Find out what experts have to say about the findings.

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In an Arab News-YouGov poll for the #ArabStrategyForum , over 50% of respondents between the ages of 18 and 30 ranked #corruption  as the number one problem in their home country. Find out more about the problems facing young #Arabs .

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OPINION: ‘Mosque and state: How Arabs see the next 10 years,’ an #ArabStrategicForum '>Arab News #ArabStrategicForum  research study, shows a high level of concern among #Arabs  about the state of the economy of their home country, writes @Doylech  #ArabStrategyForum 

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The days of using religion for political gain are over, says Dr. Abdulkhaleq Abdulla, a former chairman of the Arab Council for Social Sciences, as an Arab News-YouGov study points to #Arabs ' rejection of the practice #ArabStrategyForum 

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Religion was viewed by 62 percent of respondents in an Arab News-Yougov poll as providing a moral compass. Read more about views on the role of religion in the Arab world #ArabStrategyForum 

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#Unemployment was ranked the second biggest concern of #ArabYouth  in an Arab News-YouGov poll for #ArabStrategyForum . A combined average of 47% of #Arab  males and females worry about the ability to earn a wage.

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"We welcome greater Saudi investments in our infrastructure projects, including the Smart Cities program. We also welcome Saudi interest in investing in the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund." Read PM Shri @narendramodi 's interview to Arab News

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We welcome the news of Pope Francis' visit to the United Arab Emirates next February - a visit that will strengthen our ties and understanding of each other, enhance interfaith dialogue and help us to work together to maintain and build peace among the nations of the world.

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A #Saudi  policeman distributes water at iftar time in Jeddah earlier today. (Arab News photo)

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