Babylon: the future of the ancient city
A soldier outside an Iraqi archaeological site (Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP)
Babylon awaits tourists' return
With the turmoil of the past decades in Iraq, the ancient city of Babylon has taken a few hits and unsurprisingly it doesn't have many visitors. The ruins may have survived thousands of years of history, but how will it fare in the future?
Source: Al Monitor
Americans among the many families escaping chaos in Yemen
The US government has been warning its citizens to leave Yemen for years and in February, with the country descending into conflict, it shut down its embassy there. But what happens if you stay behind?
The Minimum wage in Lebanon compared to others from around the world
Living in Lebanon can be expensive, especially if you're living off the minimum wage. Blog Baladi looks at the salaries of the Middle East, and how they compare to the rest of the world.
Source: Blog Baladi