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.
The state ban ended on Sunday, marking the end of the world's last ban on female drivers.
Developing nations take in the overwhelming majority of the world's refugees - 2.7 million of them in the last year alone.
Global peace has declined for the fourth year in a row contributing to an increase in displaced and stateless people.
An unprecedented number of women, particularly millennial women, are joining the workforce of the Muslim world, in a movement where economics appears to trump culture.
The consequences of President Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal are likely to be dramatic, and far outlive his time in office.
A guide to the nuclear disarmament deal with Iran, following President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw US support.
In a region facing geopolitical turmoil, a lack of jobs and a shift away from oil-based economies, small businesses are leading the way towards growth and reform.