August 24, 2016 - 12:56 GMT
The catastrophic economic consequences of the Yemeni conflict; the relentless resistance of Palestinian farmers; the awkward position of Israel with the killing of innocent Palestinians; telecommunication companies' recent revenue decline has been caused by voice calls.
August 21, 2016 - 19:15 GMT
The challenge of convincing Middle Easterners quit smoking even with effective policies and strategies; this is what you need if you're planning to visit Iran; and peace seen from a Muslim perspective.
August 20, 2016 - 09:00 GMT
The beauty, the colors and the stories of the desert in some paintings; sexual orientation has nothing to do with women's honor or value; racist thugs and Islamophobes alike have awakened the dark soul of the swimming woman; and redefining women's economic empowerment.
August 10, 2016 - 17:20 GMT
A conversation with Mashrou’ Leila multi-instrumentalist Firas Abou Fakher; mapping rural areas of Istanbul; and how journalists and activists have excoriated Google for wiping Palestine completely off its map app.
August 08, 2016 - 12:30 GMT
How the Israeli media reports a story spoon fed to it by the security services; some of the biggest mass demolitions of Palestinian homes in years are happening in the South Hebron Hills; and a list of organizations partnering with the U.S. government to resettle refugees.
August 07, 2016 - 00:15 GMT
Armenian orphanage memories; the destructive criticism against M.I.A.; drawing parallelism between the Arab World then and today; and the Lebanese athletes at Rio 2016.
August 04, 2016 - 14:40 GMT
The incredibly strong resilience of Syrian refugee women in Amman; everyday struggles of domestic workers in Jordan; what an introverted child's mom have done to help her with her deteriorating psychological condition; numbers of refugees have plunged following the EU-Turkey deal.
August 03, 2016 - 20:45 GMT
A man's mission to root out corruption and centralize its tax system in Iran in the 20th century; how elites enfold the middle and working classes into socio-political orders; and Firestarter Ibi Ibrahim talks about his new Berlin-based band, Kabreet.
August 02, 2016 - 12:10 GMT
Parliamentary elections: a matter of trust; the horror genre may be the next mean for social commentary in the Middle East; a father's intimate talk about his son's death in Iraq; and the forgotten children of Burkina Faso.
August 01, 2016 - 14:49 GMT
An Olympic uniform has come under public scrutiny; minorities fear the worse after Turkey's failed coup; and what hope does the Prime Minister speak of at Lebanon's Army Day?
July 31, 2016 - 15:48 GMT
Born and raised into brothels, Bangladeshi women have no choice; labourers in the Gulf have reported meagre rations or no food at all; a porn star seeks a perfect nose in Iran; and why aren’t we having a conversation about violence in the West, about masculinity and gun culture?
July 30, 2016 - 13:25 GMT
The number of doctors in Aleppo City has plummeted into the low dozens; last week air raids struck four makeshift hospitals and a blood bank in Aleppo; and a group of Syrian and international activists calls for worldwide protests against the sieges in Aleppo and the rest of the country.
July 29, 2016 - 16:00 GMT
A museum attempts to address a generations born in exile; what Turkey is doing for Syrian kids' education; and a system invented by an Egyptian girl may revolutionize her country's access to clean water.
July 28, 2016 - 12:45 GMT
Cigarettes, coffee, and controversy in Beirut; what do we know about the Great Famine of Mount Lebanon; remembering the July war with Israel; and how a mother in Lebanon is fighting for her life.
July 27, 2016 - 20:25 GMT
The Turkish economy has been faltering after the attempted coup; why did Turkey’s government go after academics?; and how AKP is opportunistically imprinting its own dictatorship project on society.