September 27, 2016 - 17:40 GMT
All eyes on Egyptian-American Rami Malek; Egypt’s ratio of nurses to population is below international averages; those places in Egypt really exist; and how Sisi has taken advantage of much of the repressive infrastructure laid down by Nasser.
September 26, 2016 - 20:49 GMT
A recently released Harvard study says that media ignores real facts; how the election is being billed as a national referendum on the nature of truth itself; and a series about the current U.S. Presidential race from an outsider's perspective.
September 25, 2016 - 17:38 GMT
Why addressing the enabling environment is crucial after the killing of Nahed Hattar; the strong reactions from all sides in Jordan caused by today's murder; and the story of a Palestinian father whose son was shot in the back by two Israeli soldiers.
September 24, 2016 - 17:30 GMT
Fighting the language of exclusion and prejudice; the silent, insidious war waged against Lebanon; and a Persian cookbook that will teach you how to eat a pomegranate without looking like a blood-spattered lunatic.
September 22, 2016 - 18:45 GMT
Exploring the daily lives of people belonging to the discriminated clans in Somalia; how propaganda changes as new technologies advance; and a video speaking of the heartbreak, struggles, and aspirations of the conflict's youngest victims.
September 21, 2016 - 21:47 GMT
The story of Manar al-Shenbari who lost both her legs when Israel attacked her family.Here some problems that are demonstrably worse than terrorism; and a chat with hip young robab-slinger, Qais Essar.
September 20, 2016 - 21:36 GMT
Aysegul Terzi told Turkey's Show TV she often finds herself crying over the attack; is that “perfection” really dependent on weight loss?; and troubling the easy dichotomy between secular and religious, good and bad.
September 19, 2016 - 08:39 GMT
Asserting the humanity inherent in queer identity; poetry, wine and Iran; a piece of political that will make you laugh; and getting ready for a new art season.
September 17, 2016 - 22:36 GMT
Electricity shortages in schools in Northern Pakistan are reaching their peaks; what do the numbers of refugees mean now?; and a mural hopes to bring happiness and life into the East Harlem neighborhood.
September 15, 2016 - 21:50 GMT
How next week's vote will be a "test for the Brotherhood's popularity"; five things to watch during this election that will likely impact Jordan’s political future; and the paradox of breaking the silence.
September 14, 2016 - 17:00 GMT
Many Syrians in the countryside believe the little sign of political compromise won't last long; the northern FSA brigades have rejected the US-Russian brokered ceasefire agreement; and the silver lining of the Burkini ban.
September 12, 2016 - 19:05 GMT
Fifteen years after 9/11, it looks like the war on terror is still in its opening act; Gulf countries say suing Saudi Arabia for 9/11 runs against principles of international law; a real-time reportage of September 11; and how the great wars of the 20th century appear to have imbued the US with a permanent standing army.
September 11, 2016 - 22:38 GMT
Only challenging societal traditions will bring FGM to an end; private beaches, restricted access, over and over again in Lebanon; representing the experience of on-going tragedy in Syria through art; and reflecting on the enormity of the Syrian tragedy.
September 10, 2016 - 16:36 GMT
Why living in Syria is like walking on shifting sands; what Aleppo is and why it matters; and how forced displacement has forced women refugees into employment.
September 09, 2016 - 23:40 GMT
Investigating the contradictory nature of social banditry in the Gaza Strip; the claim that Israel is a foreign entity in the Middle East fails the test of reality; and the real plight of Palestinians is the impossible dream of returning to their homeland.