"We saw an opportunity to do something."
The Lebanese government is kicking the can on the issue.
Outdated Lebanese labour laws are leading to draconian labour practices.
When you are trying to forget the past, there is no reason to write it down in a history textbook.
Tone Delin Indrelid explores the basics of date farming in Oman, and the importance of family in growing dates.
Tone Delin Indrelid, a self-professed ignoramus of art, tries to learn something about art in Muscat and discovers that abstract pieces can open up for interesting conversations.
The Turban Times reports measured the temperature in Beirut – post-election.
Tone Delin Indrelid writes about the Sidab Women Community House and how it's making a positive, sustainable impact on local women's lives.
Day off for Labour Day? Not for your maid.
In this article, Tone Delin Indrelid, a migrant herself, looks at migration patterns and host country policies in her current home, Oman.