Writing on how we can find real moments of artful living in the everyday, Shireen Qudosi shares a measure by which we can value beauty, strength and love in life’s simple things.
A co-worker’s predicament underscores the stubborn persistence of outdated attitudes.
Bloom brightly in strong colours and exquisite textures.
Life is full of obligations. But if you dare to challenge expectations, you may just be able to spend more time with those who matter most.
Taking a few minutes each day for these exercises, adapted by Pujiastuti Sindhu, can help improve your physical and emotional wellbeing.
What role can films play in the struggle for women’s rights? Arwa Aburawa sits down with Haifaa Al Mansour, the first female Saudi filmmaker.
Nurturing love and respect for animals begins at home, writes Leon Tareq.
Hatiq Mohammed merges East with West and old with new, embracing new approaches while retaining time-honoured traditions.
These offbeat images of the year from around the globe are sure to quench your thirst for curiosities.
Unveiled face causes Saudi stir, in solidarity with Aussie Muslims, Pakistan’s fight club, where does your food come from?, Malaysia’s mangroves, new Arab news channel on the way.
The world’s largest mangrove forest faces threats from a range of projects underway to feed Bangladesh’s booming economy.
Mohammad Billal, 14, said he would defy his parents’ advice to stay at home, and return to school as soon as he could.
Khan, who is of Pakistani heritage, wore the flamboyant shorts when he successfully defended his title against Devon Alexander in Las Vegas last weekend.
Writer Samina Ali speaks about Muslim feminism and her journey into it.
Mysteriously exquisite in darkness and light.
Rusli Abdul Rahman and Fardhiah had been neighbours for years when the Asian tsunami devastated their small community in Indonesia’s Aceh, killing both their spouses and their eight children.
The world’s most expensive spice might be an economic lifeline for Afghanistan with international financial support set to fall in the coming years.
The journey time on the high speed line is four hours 15 minutes compared to 13 hours on the old trains. Two departures are planned a day.
One person’s love for nature blossoms into a glowing eco-tourism initiative.
Six months after Abdel Fattah al-Sisi became Egypt’s president after crushing his opponents, criticism of his regime is either whispered or left unspoken.
A Singaporean is trying to lure fishermen away from Tanjung Luar market, where an array of sea creatures including sharks, manta rays and moray eels are sold.