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.
With the help of a group of volunteers, Farah al-Ataa has been repairing residential buildings in Bab al-Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen districts.
The November 1st event featured musical ensembles singing traditional and revolutionary songs, and a photo exhibit documenting the military operations against ISIS.
As poverty rates are expected to rise based on economic indicators, Lebanon's Ministry of Social Affairs is implementing various programmes to help the country's most destitute.
'The Adventures of Looney Balloony' festival uses cartoon characters to promote positive parenting and raise awareness about child violence.
Many Saudi women are exhibiting an appetite for muscle cars, defying the perception that only dainty cars in bright colours are popular with women drivers.
Parents have expressed concern that camps operated by the Iran-backed militia are fueling sectarian divisions and glorifying death.
The kingdom has recently pledged $100 million in aid to alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people, which brings the total assistance from the kingdom to $1 billion.
The year-long project will see 400 specialists working to clear Yemen of close to one million mines planted by the Iran-backed Houthis.
A new campaign calls on parents and caregivers to ensure a safe environment for children and to seek alternative discipline methods.
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The Iran-backed Houthis are endangering Yemeni civilians and putting key public facilities at risk, yet spread disinformation about their actions.