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Israel's prime minister was sworn into a new term in office just days ago but now faces a historic graft trial.
Charitable initiatives have been launched at the federal level of government in the United Arab Emirates, to support the population of 9.6 million people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Communities across the Middle East and North Africa are exploring ways to counter the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic together, through social solidarity.
Thousands of Lebanese people are struggling to survive amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic and the country’s deepening economic crisis. Inflation, coupled with insufficient state support, has made daily living a challenge for much of the population.
In this episode, Target looks at what the UAE is doing to cushion the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Renowned artists, the Connor Brothers, highlight how humour can be used to help discuss sensitive topics. They maintain this ethos whilst taking their artwork to the Arab world.
I am asking the UK and other European Governments to show that they are guided by strong moral principles and ask Saudi Arabia to release my mother, brothers, and all political prisoners that they are currently holding.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his former rival Benny Gantz announced last month that they would join forces to form a new government.
Cult speaks to European artists Paparazzi and The Connor Brothers to talk about their latest exhibitions in Dubai and to find out how they are showcasing work in the new Covid-19 reality.
A Gallup poll of recent years, suggests that only around 15% of the world’s full-time workers are truly engaged.
Homework, or working from home, has taken on a new meaning lately amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim was to turn the building into a virtual donation box.
Euronews speaks to renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, whose Museum of Tomorrow in Rio has been described as one of the best examples of sustainable architecture.
Virtual reality websites are becoming a ticket to cultural experiences for many who are currently self-isolating.
Palestinian youth swirl homemade sparkler fireworks made of steel wire wool as people celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Rafah refugee camp, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Tareq Abu Ziad and his family break the daily fast for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan while sitting in the rubble of their destroyed home in the town of Ariha in the southern countryside of Syria's Idlib.
A solar plant in Abu Dhabi is set to be the largest anywhere in the world, with the cheapest prices for solar power.
Euronews' meets up with Chef Reif at his Japanese restaurant, Kushiyaki, to watch him cook a quintessential quarantine dish.
To keep up with global demand for protective equipment (PPE) the World Health Organization has strategically positioned itself to reach two-thirds of the world in a few hours.
Israel's high court began hearing petitions seeking to block Prime Minister Netanyahu from forming a government after he was indicted with charges of accepting bribery, fraud and breach trust
The government of Cyprus is encouraging the voluntary use of a locally developed app designed to locate people who may have come into contact with someone infected with coronavirus.
During this unique time in history, some stock market analysts believe that the COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to change the investment landscape forever.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted stock markets around the world. Amongst them is one of the oldest indexes in the Middle East, the Kuwait Stock Exchange.
Riots are taking place in Lebanon because of the government’s failure to address deep-seated economic problems in the country, it's been claimed.
Business Line Dubai explores how cargo companies are dealing with the Covid 19 health crisis. The team also finds out how some big brands are adapting their advertising during the pandemic.
The protests follow a devastating crash in the national currency, the Lebanese pound.
‘Staying at home’ and ‘self-isolating’ have become everyday terms in the UAE, whilst Zoom meetings and home workouts have become daily tasks for people in lockdown.
The latest royal decree by King Salman could spare the death penalty for at least six men from the country's minority Shiite community who allegedly committed crimes while under the age of 18.
The mammals have sighted repeatedly as they take advantage of the peace brought by a lockdown in Turkey's largest city