The last surviving English paper in Yemen, the Yemen Observer, printed its final issue this year while only a handful of Arabic papers remain.
Israel takes pride in being democratic in an undemocratic region but is now looking to limit one of the very foundations of democratic societies.
The latest heatwave demonstrates that climate change is a transnational threat that requires transcontinental cooperation.
Media is increasingly becoming a target in Afghanistan as the Taliban's campaign for hearts and minds falls short.
Despite the demise of the far-right’s role in government, cases of Islamaphobia continue across the country although an open society enshrined in law by the late King Franz Josef I as far back as 1912.
"Elections are backbone of democracies. According to the result as of now, my competitor Ekrem Imamoglu is leading the race," AK Party's Binali Yildirim says.
White right-wing extremists are the biggest threats to several Western countries, but law enforcement still has an outsized fixation on Muslims.
Abdul Baset al Sarout had long been in the crosshairs of the Syrian regime for his songs of freedom.
The young and reformist leadership of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is facing the challenge of growing ethnic tensions, while the country's newly free media is facing accusations of peddling fake news.
The Palestinian narrative does not share in the global prominence that Israeli or Western narratives enjoy, but one organisation is trying to change that through a digital campaign.
Three renowned scholars will reportedly face execution after Ramadan. Even beyond the Khashoggi murder, such a ruling means the crown prince will stop at nothing to retain absolute power.
The fate of Idlib ought to be the major concern of the free world, yet all it garners, at best, is a few words of concern and condemnation.
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