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

Humanitarian aid shipment worth AED 3 million transported from Dubai to...

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has shipped a humanitarian aid worth approximately 2.8 million AED (768,000 USD) from...

What will happen to ‘climate refugees’?

We know that climate change will force millions from their homes, but will they even be recognised as refugees? No one can be sure just how many...

Middle Eastern and North African celebrities to lead Ramadan fundraising campaign...

Thirty celebrities have lent their support to an ambitious fundraising campaign spearheaded by MBC Hope in support of the region’s most vulnerable refugees in...

Portrayal Of Child Labourers – Samar’s Story

Child labourers share their stories – and their hopes for the future According to the International Labour Organization’s 2015 report, around 120 million children between...

Portrayal Of Child Labourers – Walid’s Story

Child labourers share their stories – and their hopes for the future According to the International Labour Organization’s 2015 report, around 120 million children between...

Portrayal Of Child Labourers – Sonia’s Story

Child labourers share their stories – and their hopes for the future According to the International Labour Organization's 2015 report, around 120 million children between...

Angela Merkel most powerful woman for 6th consecutive year – Forbes...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel remains as the most powerful woman in the world, according to the latest list released by Forbes Magazine on Tuesday. Merkel...

45.8 million people are enslaved in the world today

In 2016, The Global Slavery Index estimated that 45.8 million people are in some form of modern slavery in 167 countries. Almost 46 million people are...

In Pictures: The Orphans of Syria’s War

Displaced widows and children of Syria's war struggle for survival in Hatay, Turkey. As the civil war in Syria continues into its sixth year with no...

UNHCR: 2,500 refugees drowned on way to Europe in 2016

UN releases figures after the deadliest week of the year for refugees as 880 lost their lives in the Mediterranean. At least 2,510 refugees have...

Three Saudi men sentenced to death over barbaric murder of five...

A court in eastern Saudi Arabia has sentenced three Saudi nationals to death after it found them guilty of torturing five Indian workers and...

Special Report: China, Germany, UK most welcoming to refugees

New 27-nation index published by Amnesty International ranks how welcoming people are to those fleeing war and persecution. People in China, Germany and Great Britain...