Stories about Middle East & North Africa from January, 2017
In addition to the exorbitant mobile rates highlighted by this campaign, cell phone operators in Lebanon also engage in unethical practices.
Turkey's government continues to conflate journalism it doesn't like with terrorism and other crimes against the state.
A recent conference in Copenhagen brought together a wide cross section of people interested in creating peace in the midst of conflict.
"Aleppo was the moment the world decided it had tired of even going through the motions."
"Hunger is the most dominant thought on Yemenis minds during this period."
Takhti’s opposition to the regime would also be his own undoing. On January 7, 1968, his lifeless body was found in a hotel room.
"Europa: An Illustrated Introduction to Europe for Migrants and Refugees" tries to explain the continent's history and politics through the lens of conflict and migration.
After centuries of common history and decades of separation, Syrian artists are permeating the Turkish art scene, creating important institutions and networks for both themselves and the host community.
The arrest of a public figure like Şansal, who is unaffiliated with any political party, has other government critics fearing they could be next.
Iraee was charged after Iran's Revolutionary Guards raided her home, looking for evidence against her civil rights activist husband, Arash Sadeghi.