"When he put his hands around my neck, I couldn’t breathe."
This is Rachid Taha as he should be remembered: a postcolonial figure.
"Don’t fear the river with heavy currents, fear the one that is silent."
Migration paths: Tone Delin Indrelid sits down with a domestic worker in Oman and discovers a story of strength and determination.
The story of Maher is the tale of one Syrian refugee's reverse escape.
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.
Journalist Florian Elabdi shares short stories from the border region between Turkey, Bulgaria, and Greece.
Michigan City, Indiana, was likely the site of Indiana’s first purpose-built mosque.