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Malik Al ash-Shaykh is a bilingual journalism graduate and the Editor of the publication. He is a journalist with a passion for writing and publishing compelling narratives. Malik is also an avid reader, logophile, and a book collector, currently based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Artists at work: Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival 2017

The third edition of the Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival 2017 began last week at City Walk, showcasing the works and talent of 25...

Germany’s Angela Merkel: ‘Islam is not the source of terrorism’

Speaking at last week's Munich Security Conference, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Islam is not the source of terrorism and that cooperating with predominantly...

Swedish photographer reveals the tragic places Syrian refugee children sleep

At least 4 million people have fled Syria during the years-long conflict — and the future is uncertain: More than one million of the...

Amnesty International: 13,000+ people exterminated in Syrian prison

As many as 13,000 opponents of Bashar al-Assad were secretly hanged in one of Syria’s most infamous prisons in the first five years of...

Tales of optimism from Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp

Bonjour, Za’atari They call it the Champs-Élysees. But we are a long way from Paris. In the Za'atari refugee camp in northern Jordan, a UNESCO education...

Children in Yemen starve as war continues

About 2.2 million children suffer from malnutrition across Yemen, making them vulnerable to illnesses such as diarrhoea. As the first light of dawn trickles in...

IFJ says 93 journalists killed worldwide in 2016

Ninety-three journalists and media staff were killed around the world in the course of their work in 2016, with Iraq and Afghanistan the deadliest...

The Child Labour Endemic Around The Globe

Launched by the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 2002, the World Day Against Child Labour brings attention to a global issue that involves more...

United Nations appeals for record $22.2 bn in global humanitarian aid

The United Nations (UN) is in need of a record $22.2bn to cover humanitarian relief projects next year, covering the needs of 93 million...

The cultural appropriation of Hip-Hop, in the UAE and beyond

For many of us, hip-hop has always been more than just another music genre, a passing trend or temporary lifestyle. It's a cultural movement with...

Arab nations accuse Iran of state-sponsored terrorism

Eleven Middle Eastern and North African countries have accused Iran of sponsoring “terrorism” and constantly interfering in the internal affairs of Arab nations, sparking...

Afghanistan’s own version of ‘Banksy’ takes on Kabul

A group of Afghan artists and activists are painting graffiti on the walls of government buildings, businesses and embassies in Kabul. They call themselves...