Armed with children’s illustrations of real-life war violence, he recreates their depictions onsite using locally sourced toys.
In the fight against floods and droughts, people are discovering that age-old techniques have their place in a world of extreme weather conditions.
Breadwinner wives and child-raising “house-husbands”, virginity test fury, throwaway fashion, in support of arranged marriage, first Muslim addresses Church of England, and hammer attacker of UAE sisters jailed.
Distance between parents and their children can happen while living apart – but also while living under the same roof.
The ability to help others lies in all of us. Najwa Abdullah showcases four initiatives that use innovative means to break down longstanding barriers.
The contestants, who include a doctor and a computer scientist, are set to parade in dresses and judged on how well they recite verses from the Qur’an.
It’s a sunny morning in Jerusalem; the cafes are full and the shops are bustling. And yet…
Aicha travelled to Syria nine months ago to marry a Dutch-Turkish jihadist fighter she saw on television and contacted via the Internet.
Hossein Derakhshan was arrested in November 2008 after visiting Israel with his Canadian passport on what he called a mission to breed understanding.
What glides along swiftly and silently while creating commotion and confusion? In some Muslim-majority countries, a woman on a bicycle, writes Arwa Aburawa.
Despite ingrained beliefs about the husband’s responsibilities as a provider, circumstances mean some Muslim couples switch traditional gender roles.
These three couples found their soulmates between school breaks, exams and extra-curricular activities. Here they share their stories and relationship tips.
Meet this heavy metal band that rocks not just the house, but also the heart.
The pure richness of our planet mesmerises the soul.
The gaming market is expected to nearly triple in size, from $1.6 billion in 2014 to $4.4 billion in 2022.
Psychiatrist: “They are chasing a fictional dream, and they often have barely any knowledge of what Islam is. [Most] know nothing about the Qur’an.”
Not long ago chef Wassim saw himself as king of the shawarma in Damascus; students, businessmen and even actors queued for a bite of his succulent wraps.
Cyber-criminals are hitting smartphones and tablets with tactics and tenacity once reserved for desktop computers.
A journey that once took 10 minutes now extends 10 tough hours through regime territory, no-man’s land and ISIS-held areas.
Tunisian rappers, comedians and journalists are bracing themselves to defend the freedoms won since the dictatorship was ousted in 2011.
Festival aims to reflect the reality of life on the continent through the eyes of Africans, rather than just photographers from elsewhere in the world.