RSS

Tag Archives: Middle East

Meet Our Journalists

10/07/2014

6 Comments

Blogger, Photo by Amick Man

Ayanna Nahmias is the Editor-in-Chief. She is passionate about international affairs, geopolitics, and human rights and writes articles with an emphasis on women’s rights and child advocacy. She is working on her first novel and was interviewed about growing up in Africa as the daughter of a radical, Islamist expatriate on Radio Netherlands Worldwide. Click […]

Continue reading...

Punjab Immigrants Stuck in Iraq | How to Avoid Fraudulent Job Offers

24/06/2014

0 Comments

Ou est le dirham, Photo by Al Cattel

Vinita Tiwari, Middle East Correspondent Last Modified: 12:50 p.m. DST, 24 June 2014 PUNJAB, India & Dubai — When dreams get wings, they fly high. But when dreams are met with deceit, often disappointment and broken aspirations are the residue left behind. The metaphor is evident in a recent tragedy that has stirred the whole world […]

Continue reading...

Dubai: A Tale of Economic Upsurge

29/05/2014

1 Comment

Dress Code for Dubai at Night, July 16, 2014, Photo by Darian Keasy

Vinita Tiwari, Middle East Correspondent Last Modified: 05:09 p.m. DST, 29 May 2014 A recent survey done by one of the globally recognized auditors, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) revealed that Dubai has been honorably named as the ‘City of Opportunity’. The emirate has left behind a lot of economically strong countries in the race; emerging […]

Continue reading...

Saudi Arabia Blames Camels for MERS Outbreak in US

14/05/2014

2 Comments

Deadly MERS Virus Detected In Egypt, First Cases Of 2014 Surface, Photo by Gullpress WNA

Allyson Cartwright, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 20:24 p.m. DST, 14 May 2014 SAUDI ARABIA, Riyadh— A second case of an American infected with the MERS virus has been confirmed in Orlando, Florida. As MERS breaches the US border, death tolls of those infected with the virus in Saudi Arabia continue to rise. MERS originated in Saudi Arabia, […]

Continue reading...

Libya Declares Gaddafi Rapes as War Crimes, Paving Way for Victim Compensation

25/02/2014

0 Comments

Muammar Gaddafi, Photo Courtesy of Adam Bearne

Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 00:02 a.m. DST, 25 February 2014 When discussing tools of warfare, one tends to think of guns, tanks, espionage and bombs. Unfortunately though, the damaging and lasting elements of war go far beyond this list and are seldom given the attention they deserve. For instance, rape has been utilized […]

Continue reading...
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 5,991 other followers