Her views always seem to be just what you were thinking, plus she’s a joy to listen to. It’s little surprise that Dina was included in this group.
The building will be powered by renewable energy-harvesting heat pumps and will make maximum use of natural light.
The Olive Branch, which serves Syrian cuisine, was opened by Abdul Kattan and his wife Fatema Kawaf as ‘a sign of hope’.
New Year's Eve is a day that unites everyone regardless of their race, ethnicity or religious beliefs. It sends ripples of celebration across the globe.
Not everyone is lucky enough to have a family to be with during the holidays. That's where Hasan Masud of Shish Restaurant stepped in this year.
A Birmingham-based community group, known as The Bearded Broz, helped to feed over 9,500 families last year.
if you're looking for some effective (and realistic) ways of changing your life for the better this year read on because we’ve got three recommendations.
A self-described 'non-journalist', the blogger began pumping out a litany of information about ISIS’s occupation of his home city.
Most of Sabah’s work - which is both realist and surrealist - embodies the harsh and gritty reality of war.
New Year’s Eve. It’s loud, it’s brash, it’s vastly overrated; and even if you lock yourself in the cupboard you’re bound to have a few of these thoughts.
We reckon if you adopt some of these tips, even if it’s only every so often, your mood might be raised just that fraction higher.
In true ‘it’s almost the end of the year and this is the internet’, we’re going to run through some of our favourite bits of content from 2017.
It’s that time of the year when the nation’s workers buy an ugly festive jumper and try not to make a fool of themselves at the work Christmas party.
Edwin Lerew recently graduated with a degree in Government and Politics. While his mum Samiya was there to watch him, she wasn’t just clapping in the crowd.
Earlier this month, the Mayor of London visited the two countries to promote business between the capital and cities like Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad.
With about 500,000 Syrian child refugees living in Lebanon alone, initiatives like Mohamad’s are vital to the future of the war-torn country.