The UAE’s Minister of Tolerance, Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al-Nahyan, has been accused of sexually assaulting a British woman in the run up to the launch of the 2020 Hay Literary Festival
'I face many challenges and difficulties, as Israel won’t allow diving equipment, even the most basic, into Gaza'
On this day nine years ago, the historic prisoner exchange deal between Israel and the Palestinian resistance group Hamas took place, with its long-lasting effects still impacting on the present day.
The small island nation of Bahrain in the Arabian Gulf is home to one of the world’s largest ancient cemeteries, dating back to the 4,000-year-old Dilmun civilisation.
All talk about any hope for Lebanon’s future seems lost, as a record number of people are so desperate to escape the country
Libyan authorities have arrested notorious people smuggler Abd Al-Rahman Al-Milad, also known as Bija
An exciting project is unfolding between children in Brazil and the Gaza Strip, Palestine, who are exchanging letters to share their hopes and dreams. Conceived by award-winning journalist Angela...
Facing ban for criticising Israel?
In “Targeting Life in Idlib” the rights group presents its investigation of the air and ground strikes on Idlib conducted by Russia and the Assad regime
A 24-year-old Egyptian woman has been killed after a group of men dragged her through the streets with their van.
The My Return international campaign continues to garner widespread support across several countries around the world, with signatures on the petition demanding Palestinians’ right of return to their homeland reaching 500,000.
Reports of another man arriving at the scene led the kidnapper to run away, saving the child
Watch our interview with Palestinian-American businesswoman, artist and writer Wafa Ghnaim about traditional Palestinian embroidery
A forecast by the Lebanese-Palestinian Dialogue Committee and obtained exclusively by Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) is that between 70 and 80 per cent of Palestinian refugees in...
Although the number of cases is still high it marks a 72% drop from 2019
Dozens of angry protesters in the city set fire to tyres and blocked major roads according to local news sources
Iraqi Airways pilot suspended for allowing a female media personality in the cockpit
Settlements are considered illegal under international law and constitute an obstacle to the internationally-supported two-state solution
Turkish-administered Northern Cyprus is set for an election runoff on 18 October
Israeli actress Gal Gadot confirmed yesterday that she will be playing the role of Egyptian Queen Cleopatra
Forty-nine-year-old Al-Akhras prisoner started his strike after Israel placed him under administrative detention following his arrest on 27 July
Lebanese-British man Eddie El-Lamaa cycled from London to Beirut to raise money for the Lebanese Red Cross after the Beirut blast
The Palestinian Education Ministry in Gaza has started preparing for the gradual return to school
Try this recipe with your favourite autumn gourd and add this recipe to the fall foods you look forward to!
Israelis protests against the government measures to contain the coronavirus
Sudanese come together to celebrate the government and rebels peace deal
Hollywood A-lister Mark Ruffalo called out Israeli apartheid during an interview on the Mehdi Hasan Show
A fire broke out on the second floor of the Al-Azhar Al-Sharif Mosque in Cairo on Wednesday
This Gazan market has opened its doors after Covid restrictions
Saudi dissidents, Sikh separatists Pakistani military personnel and Gulf businessmen are among those targeted by a group known as Bahamut. Named after a mythical sea creature in Arab folklore the group offer its services to whoever will pay for them
A 49-year-old Palestinian prisoner and father of six children from Jenin, has been on hunger strike for 70 consecutive days
A Saudi man was almost crushed to death by a car reversing