Academics in the region are taking on FGM and providing much needed data to help combat the practice.
The American University of Beirut’s City Debates conference reflects a growing conflict between city gentrification and citizens’ needs.
Young people from Yemen, even those studying overseas, are caught in the crossfire of the country’s civil war and are either blocked from access to education or at great risk of losing it.
Researcher says scholars should recognize the true origin of African sounds in Omani traditional music.
Practical ideas for life in a hot climate could be useful beyond soccer.
In newly-liberated areas, archaeologists have begun assessing the damage done to sites of ancient Iraqi heritage and planning their future.
Some experiments in Egypt that suggest farmers might get two growing seasons of wheat in a year are drawing heavy criticism.
When economic development clashes with archaeology, Manama could offer a model for other Arab countries.
Medical research that uses data from Arab patients results in better treatments for local populations.
Four winners of Libyan student excellence awards residing in North America have social missions as well as academic ones.