BBC Syrian reporter Lina Sinjab bids an emotional farewell to her hometown of Damascus after having covered the conflict there for over two years. She produced a documentary "Damascus Diary" which is a collection of her personal observations in Syria.
BBC journalist Shaimaa Khalil went back to her homeland, Egypt, to document the changes that occurred after the revolution. Her six-part series, "Egypt's challenge" describes the transformations her country is going through.
In Turkey, Islamic creationist guru Adnan Oktar has adopted a new weapon in his fight for Islamic values and against Darwinism: buxom television babes. Among other things, they host the talk show Building Bridges to win creationist converts.
When new parents are foreign correspondents accustomed to living precariously, sometimes in war zones? The challenges of becoming a parent can be a bit more challenging. The Financial Times' Borzou Daragahi, based in Cairo can tell you a thing or two.
Jean-Bertrand Aristide testified in court today in connection with the murder investigation of journalist Jean Dominique. Correspondent Susana Ferreira in Port-au-Prince talked about Aristide's first outing since he returned to Haiti from exile.
People around the globe have seen the heart-breaking images from the scene of the garment factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh. But Syed Rashad Imam Tanmoy, a cartoonist for The Dhaka Tribune, says it's gut-wrenching to see it up close.
The Tsarnaev family has blamed the radicalization of their son, Tamerlan, on a Muslim convert called "Misha." Journalist Christian Caryl tracked down a man he believes is Misha to his home in Rhode Island Sunday, and found him an unlikely Svengali.
What happens when an immigrant becomes disillusioned with his adoptive country? This is subject of director, Mira Nair's latest film "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," adapted from a novel by Mohsin Hamid.
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