US urged to keep track of its Iraq arms supply

The United States could not account for $1 billion worth of military equipment sent to Iraq.

UN braces for up to 200,000 Iraqis to flee Mosul

Iraq forces launch broad attack on IS holdouts in Mosul

Probe finds over 100 Mosul civilians killed in US air strike

Trump gets rough ride in EU, NATO meeting

Iraqi artist records IS brutality in secret

Oil producers to extend output curbs at OPEC meeting

Faz3a, a local NGO mobilising young people to help Mosul refugees

GCC and Arab League call for Yemen unity

IS bombing kills 35 in Iraq

US Pentagon plans to 'annihilate' IS

Cyprus convention targets trade in 'blood antiquities'

Saudi looks to assert regional leadership against Iran

NATO considers joining anti-IS coalition

UN says Mosul exodus has reached unprecedented level

Soldiers come, civilians go on Mosul front

US floats idea of NATO taking over training of Iraq troops

Iraqi forces say 90% of west Mosul liberated from IS

Brisk business for Mosul liquor store after IS rule

Number of people fleeing Mosul surges

Iraqi forces attack IS hideouts in western desert

Jihadists trap starving civilians inside Mosul

Saudi King invites Muslim leaders to Trump summit

The jetliner bomb threats behind Trump’s laptop ban

Iraq forces retake another neighbourhood in west Mosul

Anti-corruption activists kidnapped by gunmen in Baghdad

In war-torn Iraq, political rivals wage battles online

IS Afghanistan leader killed in Nangarhar province

Unemployment and extremism top concerns of Arab youth

Signs of rebirth in ruins of Iraq Christian town

UN says food insecurity drives global migration

Arab League requests UN probe of Israeli prisons

Iraq forces launch fresh push on IS in west Mosul

IS attack kills 10 soldiers in western Iraq

IS suicide attack on Syria refugee camp kills 32

Iran to maintain support for Syria regime

Mobile clinics deliver precious medical care in Mosul

US-led strikes against IS have killed 352 civilians

US-backed Kurdish-Arab alliance advances in IS-held Tabqa

Europe’s 2017 elections affecting lives of Arabs, Muslims

 

Online campaign aims to refill Mosul’s ravaged libraries

ISIS destroyed more than 8,000 rare historical manuscripts for being blasphemous.

I AM, an exhibition by Arab women artists

After Amman, the I AM exhibition is to travel to London and Washington.

From the grave, Qabbani’s poems lay bare Syria’s agony

The Syrian government only laid claim to Qabbani after his death, allowing his burial in Damascus.

‘A Small Death’ by Saudi writer Mohamed Hasan Alwan wins IPAF Prize

Saudi novelist wins Arabic fiction award for tale of Sufi scholar's journey from 12th century Muslim Spain to Damascus broadening his view of human spirit.

Saudi wins Prince of Poets title

Eyad Hakami beats countryman Tariq Al Sumayli to win crown of Prince of Poets competition, AED1,000,000.

Book Review: The Muslim world’s ‘struggle between faith and reason’

For centuries, Ottoman authorities threatened to execute anyone who published books.

Halla Walla: First Arab-inspired emojis app

Based in UAE, Bahraini Yasmine Rasool, 31, Japanese Eriko Varkey, 30, decide digital world needs emojis with Arab twist.

Iraqi rappers voice grievances and hope

Rap is becoming increasingly popular among Iraqi youth as a means of expression.

Mosul zoo lion, bear flown out of Iraq

Simba, Lula, ailing last two residents of Mosul zoo will receive emergency care from Four Paws International in Jordan.

Soldiers, displaced take break from war at spa near Mosul

‘The bath of the sick’ hosts soldiers, civilians seeking rare moments of relaxation in its renowned sulphur springs.

Doctors treat their own in war-torn Mosul

Most of medical staff at Athbah field hospital is from Mosul as each one of victims they treat could be relative or neighbour.