The garden will allow female refugees to produce vegetables and herbs for their growing catering company, Soufra.
UN aid chief Mark Lowcock told the Security Council that 14 million people are at immediate risk of famine-like conditions in Yemen.
The new government in Iraq has adopted an unexpected approach to political appointments - by inviting members of the public to apply online.
When Women for Women International and Gender Action for Peace and Security approached the Centre for Women, Peace and Security regarding a research project on the impact of conflict-rela...
Denis Mukwege is a gynecologist helping victims of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Nadia Murad, is a Yazidi rights activist and survivor of sexual slavery by Islam...
Only by identifying essential revenue streams in the Middle East, like tourism and oil, can counterterrorism officials help protect them, argues Antonia Ward of the RAND Corporation
The University of Baghdad enters the Times Higher Education ranking this year. It's a first for the country in the list's 15-year history.
New research suggests that giant wind and solar farms in the Sahara would cause temperature and precipitation increases.
K-pop fans are incorporating Korean words into their everyday speech.
An app by a team of women software entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia could revolutionize the Hajj experience for hundreds of thousands of pilgrims.
From the Algerian telecoms explosion to Emirati start-ups, Arab countries are closing the gap on bigger economies.
A new World Economic Forum report explores key trends, challenges and opportunities in the region.
At Luxury Time, a restaurant in the Kurdish city of Erbil, there are no man-size portions.
Because the region's tech industry is still relatively new, there is no legacy of it being male-dominated. Female entrepreneurs are working hard to keep it that way.
Just one in four Libyan women are employed, according to the World Bank.