A tour of the north on the day after the exchange of fire between Hezbollah and Israel
About 6,000 refugees jailed in Libya, abandoned or sold to traffickers, and the international community supports the regimes that keep it going
Venn establishes non-virtual communities for a fee, and its business model includes inflating property values in low-income neighborhoods. Is this the right way to build community?
Contradictory signs have started to emerge from the White House about its Iran policy, but evangelicals are confident the U.S. president will not do anything to jeopardize Israel’s security
Defying her rigid patriarchal upbringing, Hanan Abu-Hussein addresses oppression and violence against women in the Arab society
The software, named Finspy, was allegedly deployed on phones of activists in a 2017 protest against mass arrests by President Tayyip Erdogan's government
Michael Müller is facing criticism for failing to curb rising antisemitism in the German capital by hosting a meeting on Friday with Tehran’s mayor Pirouz Hanachi.