In many places, where the ranks of those in need are enormous, the ranks of those willing to help them also grow.
25 Aug 2016 08:18 GMT | War & Conflict, Poverty & Development, Middle East, Iraq
Muslim women - who come in all shades of conformity and rebelliousness - are far from silent and submissive.
02 Aug 2016 08:38 GMT | Women, Donald Trump, Human Rights, Politics
Despite having acquired some 21st-century trappings, Eid's mix of religion and revelry is centuries old.
06 Jul 2016 09:30 GMT | Arts & Culture, Islam, Middle East
Unlike nuclear power, renewable energy has the potential to create an enormous number of jobs.
Khaled Diab | 04 Jun 2016 08:45 GMT | Environment, Politics, Middle East, Egypt, Germany
Egyptians refuse to believe the lie that they are docile sheeple who need a father figure to shepherd them.
Khaled Diab | 19 May 2016 10:22 GMT | Human Rights, Politics, Middle East, Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Despite an intensifying media crackdown, Arab journalists are defying repression in the cause of freedom of expression.
Khaled Diab | 03 May 2016 07:10 GMT | Media, Human Rights, Politics, Arts & Culture, Middle East
The practice of assigning a faith to every citizen promotes division and sectarianism.
Khaled Diab | 12 Apr 2016 11:37 GMT | Politics, Middle East, Egypt, Israel, Syria's Civil War
Hopes are that devaluation will resolve Egypt's dollar crisis, but the situation could spiral out of control.
Khaled Diab | 28 Mar 2016 06:55 GMT | Business & Economy, Politics, Middle East, Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
The fixation on jihadists is distracting attention away from the troubling rise of far-right extremism in Europe.
Khaled Diab | 17 Mar 2016 07:23 GMT | Humanitarian crises, War & Conflict, Politics, Europe, Middle East
Boutros-Ghali failed to reform the UN into an effective force to resolve conflicts - and the world is paying the price.
Khaled Diab | 17 Feb 2016 08:49 GMT | War & Conflict, Politics, Egypt, Israel
Why do so many feel nostalgia for the deposed dictator? And is this justified?
Khaled Diab | 11 Feb 2016 05:28 GMT | Human Rights, Politics, Middle East, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak
A teacher struggles to help young people caught in a vicious cycle of drugs and violence in Mexico's Guerrero state.
Latin America, Mexico, Education
Al Jazeera investigates the shocking truth behind a deadly Israeli attack on a US naval vessel.
Israel, Politics, United States
TechKnow looks at the controversy surrounding psychedelic science and asks if a party drug can help cure trauma.
Health, PTSD, Drugs
Hungary's foreign minister defends the country's refugee policy and challenges Europe's "political correctness".
Refugees, Politics, Europe