Old houses with a unique architecture adorn the historical area of Cairo and its ancient streets, bearing tales of people who inhabited them since ages ago and features of the cultural and…
In the Kremlin's likely view, the cost of Prigozhin's demise is negligible when compared to the goal of sending a clear message to those who think they can come at the Tsar and live to tell the tale
The invitation to Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Ethiopia, Argentina and Iran symbolises the formation of a new world order amongst developing countries
Two months since Ukraine launched its offensive, the pendulum of victory continues to swing back and forth. It is not a war of attrition but an evolving Ukrainian counter-offensive.
Al Majalla caught up with the award-winning author who attributes the decline in literary standards to publishers and readers rather than the authors themselves
At the turn of the 20th century, New York's Syrian Quarter was a vibrant residential, cultural, and commercial hub for immigrants from Ottoman Syria. In 1945, most of it was rendered obsolete.