Amr Salahi is a New Arab journalist focused on Syrian, Egyptian and Libyan affairs.
Egyptian contractor Mohamed Ali, who has previously published videos detailing corruption by the government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, has announced a new programme to overthrow the autocratic leader.
A young man has been killed after being forced to jump off a moving train by a ticket inspector, in a case that has generated great public anger in Egypt.
The start of Turkey's Operation Peace Spring in Syria brings with it fears of demographic change. Both Turkey and its Syrian Kurdish opponents have a history of forcibly displacing people.
With her new film, For Sama, 26-year-old Syrian director Waad al-Kateab tells a truly unique story of joy, love, and hope amid the unspeakable horrors of war.
Fifty years after his coup against King Idris I of Libya, Gaddafi’s legacy, his erratic theories, and his destruction of the Libyan state institutions still haunt Libya.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights has reported that more than 98,000 Syrians have been forcibly disappeared since the Syrian conflict broke out in 2011.
Syria is no longer a major news story in the US, but one Democratic Party presidential hopeful’s record on Syria may come back to haunt her.
A monitoring organisation has reported a dramatic rise in the number of people arriving by boat in Greece, as refugees in Turkey face growing racism and the threat of deportation.
Global Syrian activists and their supporters, frustrated by the international community's silence over the fierce regime assault on Idlib, are taking part in an open-ended hunger strike.
In-depth: After Morsi's death last month, Egyptian media has tried to minimise his legacy and erase his memory – but he's not the first Egyptian president to suffer this treatment.