Egyptian authorities are working to facilitate the return of citizens residing in Libya and providing them with employment opportunities, officials say.
As Lebanon works with UNHCR to provide for an estimated 1.2 million Syrian refugees, donors prepare to meet in Kuwait to assist in financing this major undertaking.
A competition organised by the Arab Forum for Fine Arts sought to support cultural life and send a message that art can repel extremism and terrorism.
The Sharjah Children Shura Council seeks to build a generation that understands the democratic process and knows how to exercise its rights, organisers say.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' has increased its collection of 'zakat' from Syrian merchants in a move that indicates it is facing funding problems, experts say.
A royal initiative seeks to rely on renewable energy to heat schools and to remedy health and safety concerns posed by traditional heating methods.
Economists and policymakers advocate for training and investment in young people and new businesses as a way to diversify and strengthen the Saudi economy.
Charlie Winter, who translated and analysed ISIL’s manifesto on women, said the group did not publish the document in English as it is hiding the truth from its supporters in the West.
Gas prices have returned to normal levels in Yemen after authorities took active measures to curb the price hikes, government officials say.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' has driven Assyrian Christian families from 31 villages in northeastern Syria and kidnapped at least 300 others.
A squadron of Royal Bahraini Air Force fighter jets recently deployed to Jordan to help international coalition forces fight the 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant'.
Muslim clerics and security officials gathered in Saudi Arabia to discuss ways to connect with young people and keep them from falling prey to terrorist ideology.
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The entry of foreign fighters into Syrian territory brought upon an 'ultra-hard-line' approach to education and spread falsehoods and ignorance, observers say.
It is excellent for schools to start again and this is giving us a glimmer of hope that life in Yemen will return to normalcy, God willing.talalalarqe