Get acquainted with three kinds of bread that lie at the heart of many cultures.
Afia R Fitriati discusses what we can do for those who have gone before us.
A fashion blogger and model, Cahya Meythasari juggles fashion with her day job.
What is it about these two little letters that make this one little word so difficult to say? Fatimah Jackson-Best reflects on how saying no helps to set healthy boundaries.
American mipster and YouTube sensation Karim Metwaly has put together this video with some of his friends as a lighthearted tribute to Arab and Desi mothers.
The founder of Canada's Islamic Social Services Association shares her thoughts on women in leadership roles.
Find out what Islam teaches us about financial planning so that we may be able to help those in need more regularly.
Isn’t it strange how all the pretty animals get all the attention? Not today! Today we look at the strange, the odd and the strangely beautiful.
Last May, a massive landslide buried an entire village in Afghanistan's mountainous northeast. A year on, the area is still recovering - and fears of a new catastrophe are running high as the rainy season approaches.
The joyous rescue of two survivors of last weekend's Nepal earthquake added new urgency Friday to the search for signs of life in the ruins of Kathmandu as the Red Cross warned of "total devastation" in remote areas.
Syrian refugee Fares al-Bashawat knows his two daughters may drown trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe. But he says leaving them behind would be an even worse fate.
Ten men have been convicted and sentenced to life in prison by a Pakistani anti-terrorism court in connection with an attack on Nobel peace prize laureate Malala Yousafzai.
Sabbah Haji is the Director of Haji public school, a not-for-profit school established in 2009 in a tiny Himalayan village in the Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. She opened a school to give education to children there as she felt that education is the base for progress and development.
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring, countries in the Middle East have seen a surge in the looting of antiquities. In Egypt alone, an estimated $3 billion dollars worth of artifacts have been plundered.
Can you fight car bombs with classical music? The conductor of the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra seems to think so. He showed up to the site of a bombing to play a surreal concert, a day after 20 people were killed.
What is May Day? Workers around the world have, for over a century, fought to ensure the bare minimum of labor rights. And May Day is just one day that commemorates their efforts. But what's the story behind the day in the United States?
When security forces roll into town, people run in all directions, desperate to escape. In their haste, they knock over trays of fish for sale at the local market.It is another raid by authorities seeking to flush out hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants in the Malaysian state of Sabah.
The far-right populist Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders issued a "warning" to America on Thursday, saying that mass immigration from Muslim countries threatened the nation's security.