Israel’s once-squabbling Arab parties aim to bolster their influence in parliament to defend the rights of their minority with an unprecedented alliance forged ahead of snap elections.
Turkey announced on Friday an ambitious project to build a three-storey tunnel under the Bosphorus to connect the Asian and European sides of Istanbul.
Once again this winter, following days of very heavy rainfall across the region, the banks of a riverbed running through central Gaza were breached, flooding dozens of Palestinian homes.
Prime Minister David Cameron has defended Britain’s security services after Islamic State executioner “Jihadi John” was unmasked as London graduate Mohammed Emwazi, a man previously monitored by spy agency MI5.
A video of jihadists in Iraq gleefully smashing ancient statues to pieces with sledgehammers sparked global outrage and fears Friday that more of the world’s oldest heritage will be destroyed.
Paris’s famed Louvre museum on Friday reacted in shock to the destruction of priceless artefacts by jihadists in Iraq, saying they hit at the heart of “humanity’s memory.”
Hundreds of female religious guides have been at the forefront of Algeria’s battle against Islamic radicalisation since the civil war that devastated the North African country in the 1990s.
Join the cheerful and knowledgeable Titli Nihaan as she brings you into her kitchen to learn how to make this classic French dish the halal way.
It’s a city better known for its history and culture, but a new generation of mobile game developers is bringing a slice of Silicon Valley to Pakistan’s Lahore.
As recently as the 1970s, Baghdad was lauded as a model city in the Arab world. But now, after decades of seemingly endless conflict, it is the world’s worst city.
For a long time, mixed media artist Kelly Izdihar Crosby has been championing the Islamic arts circle online.
US Supreme court mulls hijab in workplace, Turkey’s moustache “transplants”, a rising trend of placenta-eating, peace vigils in Norway, female Saudi filmmaker wins at Saudi Film Festival, and more.
Check out these three great styles all using a square scarf, by Irna Dewi.
The inspiration for music, poetry and art, Spanish Andalusia was once a global Muslim centre of knowledge known as Al Andalus.
International aid was meant to transform Afghanistan’s welfare standards, but orphanages in Kabul reveal that the most vulnerable children, many left parentless by war, have seen little benefit from the billions of dollars spent.
A Hong Kong woman was jailed for six years on Friday for beating and starving her Indonesian maid and keeping her prisoner.
Being 20 can be hard! Here’s some sisterly advice from Shea Rasol.
People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may be less likely to get multiple sclerosis, according to international research out Thursday.
A small molecule derived from an Asian herb may help stop Ebola infection by preventing the virus from entering the cells of the body, researchers said Thursday.
The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, on Thursday hit back at corruption allegations levelled towards the tiny Gulf state’s successful bid for the 2022 World Cup.
Hundreds of jubilant Afghan cricket fans flooded onto the streets of major cities Thursday, dancing, waving flags and firing AK-47s in celebration at their team’s historic World Cup win over Scotland.