“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Back in Najaf, Iraq, Khayzaran and her family lived in a well-kept house. They had two cars and a small orchard.
In the first part of my research-based article on titled 'Iran: Clerics or pimps', readers must have already learnt a
Saudi Arabia's justice minister says his dep
Iraqi security forces have arrested an Al Qaeda operative suspected of recruiting women to carry out suicide
In what appeared to be the first burst of activism in months not related to the disputed presidential election, about
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke to young women at a Saudi women's college here on Tuesday, the site o
Fresh data on the status of women in Lebanon will be made public at conference.
For women in Iraq, the coming national elections offer both a promise and a reminder of the difficulty of change in t
On the way out of a popular Jerusalem steakhouse last Wednesday, I was introduced to an American-Israeli named Aliza.
The socio-economic impact of the ongoing conflict and the comprehensive closure regime on the Palestinian population
"My life is rubbish, but what can I do?
Ever since the raging conflict has driven her from her home in Saada to the city of Amran, Fatma has been praying day
This blog is written by Najwa Mekki, Communications Officer for UNICEF in the Middle East and North Africa.
More than three million Iraqi men have been killed in the Iraq War since 2003, leaving behind nearly 740,000 widows a