The festival’s program included a wide-range of art shows
Thousands of people took to the streets of France's capital city Paris on Saturday to protest against the national state of emergency
The operation was aimed at the suspected ISIS mastermind of the attacks, Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud
Panic broke out among mourners as police told hundreds gathered in the square to pay tribute to those killed in Friday’s attacks
France has decided to close its borders, declare a nation-wide state of emergency, and deploy its army in and around Paris
An elderly Saudi tourist said that Friday night’s deadly events seemed all too familiar
“It felt like the 90s in Algeria: a feeling of terror and the incapability of doing anything about it”
Photoquai showcases 40 emerging photographers with global perspectives on the challenges facing everyday people
Eid al-Adha used to be a time for celebration for the Syrian refugees camped on the side of a Parisian street
Proposed migrant quota system has pitted Western and Eastern European countries against each other
The base would eventually operate as a substitute for the Naval Radio Transmitter Facility Niscemi (NRTF Niscemi)
A Facebook page, 'Who killed Houssem Saidi?', had been set up after his news about his death was broken on social media
Tunisia’s grand mufti is expected to announce on state television that Eid will begin either after sunset on Thursday or on the following day
Tunisia’s budding democracy - the only one to emerge from the Arab Spring uprisings - is now facing its toughest test
Muslim scholars in recent years have grown louder in warning Muslims against over-eating and throwing lavish buffets
ISIS’ well-organized and highly successful online campaign has been able to lure up to 3,400 foreign fighters every month
Mobile phones, tablets and any technological device with a built-in digital camera have become every Saudi’s favorite “anti-corruption ...
Where can go you when delights such as food tasting is off the cards during daylight hours?
WhatsApp users beware, swearing at someone on the app in the United Arab Emirates could land you in jail
The professional tone of the anchor and sound quality of the broadcast prompted news outlets such as The Washington Post to liken it to NPR
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