Aryana Sayeed is one of the leading Afghan singers. She is the most successful, popular, and talented female artist of the current generation. CNN calls her “The Afghan voice that can’t be silenced”.
This documentary film explores the expertly gathered opinions of Muslims around the globe.
An Indian television preacher who has called the 9/11 attacks an “inside job” received one of Saudi Arabia’s most prestigious prizes on Sunday, for “service to Islam.”
Iran could allow Internet giants such as Google to operate in the Islamic republic if they respect its “cultural” rules, Fars news agency said Sunday quoting a senior official.
You cannot judge a woman until you’ve walked a mile in her shoes, or in this case, her scarf.
Natasha Stott Despoja saw at first hand, how the International Women’s Day that started 20 years ago in 1995, made her one of 14.9 percent of Australia parliament who were women.
India’s ruling Hindu nationalist party was Sunday sworn into government for the first time in the country’s only Muslim-majority state after a power-sharing deal with a regional rival.
It gives no degrees and the teachers and pupils often do not share a common language, but India’s Barefoot College has been transforming the lives of rural women for four decades.
Fully draped in a black veil, Irish blonde Angela Miskelly stares out in awe as she strolls through Al-Hijr, the ancient Saudi city of tombs carved into rose-coloured sandstone mountains.
Award-winning movie “Timbuktu” exposing the brutal rule of jihadists in northern Mali will be in the lineup at this weekend’s prestigious African film festival Fespaco despite security fears, Burkina Faso’s culture minister said.
Iraq’s national museum officially reopened Saturday after 12 years of painstaking efforts during which close to a third of 15,000 pieces looted during the US-led invasion were recovered.
Yasar Kemal, one of Turkey’s most prominent writers and a nominee for the Nobel Literature award, has died aged 92, state media said Saturday.
It’s Milan fashion week, you’ve got tickets to the catwalk shows and an outfit to die for, but which watch to wear? A chunky smartwatch or chic ticker that can’t tell the time?
United Nations envoy Staffan De Mistura held talks in the Syrian capital to try to finalise a deal to freeze fighting in the war-ravaged second city of Aleppo.
When life throws you a curveball, what should you do? Find out how this woman coped with her divorce – and emerged stronger than before.
Israel’s once-squabbling Arab parties aim to bolster their influence in parliament to defend the rights of their minority with an unprecedented alliance forged ahead of snap elections.
Turkey announced on Friday an ambitious project to build a three-storey tunnel under the Bosphorus to connect the Asian and European sides of Istanbul.
Once again this winter, following days of very heavy rainfall across the region, the banks of a riverbed running through central Gaza were breached, flooding dozens of Palestinian homes.
Prime Minister David Cameron has defended Britain’s security services after Islamic State executioner “Jihadi John” was unmasked as London graduate Mohammed Emwazi, a man previously monitored by spy agency MI5.
A video of jihadists in Iraq gleefully smashing ancient statues to pieces with sledgehammers sparked global outrage and fears Friday that more of the world’s oldest heritage will be destroyed.
Paris’s famed Louvre museum on Friday reacted in shock to the destruction of priceless artefacts by jihadists in Iraq, saying they hit at the heart of “humanity’s memory.”