Writer and filmmaker
Arab migrants in Calais share their stories with The New Arab, as French authorities destroy their makeshift shelters.
A man stabbed commuters at a London tube station, seriously injuring one of them, before being apprehended by police officers in what Scotland Yard is treating as a 'terrorist incident'.
Every Saturday, Alex Assali, a Syrian refugee in Germany, cooks for the homeless on the streets of Berlin.
A camerawoman in Hungary was fired on Tuesday after videos of her kicking and tripping up migrants including a man carrying a child, spread on the internet.
Comment: The Lebanese know what's ailing their country and have united to demand comprehensive reform and show the "old guard" they will not serve their political agendas, writes Moe Chreif.
Analysis: Activists won't back down from demanding an end to corruption and the holding of parliamentary elections after peaceful protests turned violent and claimed a protester's life.
Economic refugees, like many of us, seek better lives for themselves and their families, after their economies have been plundered by international corporations, says Moe Chreif.
Culture: The family of the renowned cartoonist have scanned his catalogue of work into a database and published a selection of his work in a book.
Comment: The plan to hold a referendum among Christian-Maronites about their preferred presidential candidate shows that politicians are out of touch with the public, says Moe Chreif.
Blog: Many on Twitter are eulogising an Emirati non-commissioned officer who died during training in Saudi Arabia.