Natasha Ghoneim

Natasha Ghoneim

Arts & Culture

For love of the nai: Reviving the reed flute in Jordan

The nai is one of the world’s oldest musical instruments.

For love of the nai: Reviving the reed flute in Jordan

Middle East

Jordan: Destitution fears as gov't tackles public debt

Jordan's tax increase has left people wondering how they will be able to make ends meet.

Jordan: Destitution fears as gov't tackles public debt

Middle East

30 Yemenis medically evacuated for the first time in three years

This is the first time in three years that Yemeni patients are allowed to fly from Sanaa for medical treatment abroad.

30 Yemenis medically evacuated for the first time in three years

Middle East

Palestinian refugee crisis: Longing for 'right of return'

Most Palestinian refugees in Jordan live below the poverty line and outside camps.

Palestinian refugee crisis: Longing for 'right of return'

Middle East

'Enemy Invasion': Jordanians slam $10bn deal with Israel

Protesters in Jordan calling deal, which will see Israel provide $10bn worth of gas to the country, an 'enemy invasion'.

'Enemy Invasion': Jordanians slam $10bn deal with Israel

Middle East

Christmas in Bethlehem: Tourists gather in the city

Thousands flock to Bethlehem to celebrate in where they believe Jesus was born.

Christmas in Bethlehem: Tourists gather in the city

Human Rights Watch

HRW highlights more than 50 years of oppression by Israel

With no end to the occupation or a peace process in sight, the group says it is time for Israel to give Palestinians equality.

HRW highlights more than 50 years of oppression by Israel

Middle East

Iraq protesters demand education

According to Iraqi Human Rights Commission, about 8 million youths aged between 15 and 25 cannot read or write.

Iraq protesters demand education

Middle East

Iraq protests: How tuk-tuks became symbol of resistance

Why many in Baghdad say their city's tuk-tuk drivers are heroes.

Iraq protests: How tuk-tuks became symbol of resistance

Middle East

Iraq's protests fuelled by poverty, political stalemate

Protests continue in Iraq as frustrated populace demands jobs, better services and end to corruption.

Iraq's protests fuelled by poverty, political stalemate

Middle East

Iraq protests: Medics say they are being targeted

The Iraqi Human Rights Commission says four medics have been killed in Baghdad since anti-government protests began on October 1.

Iraq protests: Medics say they are being targeted

Middle East

Iraq protests: Tuk-tuk drivers making an impact

During unprecedented protests, the tuk-tuks of Tahrir Square area have become a welcome sight.

Iraq protests: Tuk-tuk drivers making an impact