Iranians protest regime's mismanagement of flood response

Protests are picking up steam as people show discontent with the government's misdirection of funds to external operations.

Negligence contributed to Iran flooding disaster: analysts

Dilapidated infrastructure and misdirected domestic funding have exacerbated the effects of the natural disaster, experts say.

Yemen's children seek work at the cemetery

As Yemen's war enters its fifth year, many families are facing hardships and have had no choice but to rely on their children for income.

Artists paint murals of hopes and fears in war-torn Yemen

Young artists who participated in an open-air exhibition in Sanaa painted murals that reflect the impact of the war on their society.

Lebanon welcomes British ban of Hizbullah

Lebanese politicians say the British parliament's decision is entirely appropriate and will help their country restore its sovereignty.

Egypt takes steps towards eliminating slums

The government has begun to move residents out of unsafe slums and informal settlements in some areas and improve conditions in others.

Syrian refugees brave another winter storm in Lebanon

After snowstorm Norma battered Lebanon last week, Syrian refugees braced themselves for a second storm that brought with it strong winds and snowfall.

Emirati Red Crescent helps to stabilise Yemen

The Red Crescent has rehabilitated infrastructure and is helping to provide basic services in areas liberated from the Houthis.

Blinded in war, former Syrian fighter guides others with app

Ahmad Talha lost his eyesight four years ago in the Syrian war. Today, he is helping a dozen others like him to better navigate their smartphones using a screen reader app.

Lebanese nonprofit rehabilitates violence-scarred Tripoli districts

With the help of a group of volunteers, Farah al-Ataa has been repairing residential buildings in Bab al-Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen districts.

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