"No other nation can donate liberation to Afghanistan."
"Why don't you bake in your husband's home?", "Go home and cover yourself!"
Noubar’s history is not just a story of a man who sells bicycles, but a piece of social history reflected in a bicycle shop.
Thousands of Kurds were killed and another 100,000 were forced to flee from Saddam after Iran, US, and Israel withdrew their support.
These days, a special guest has announced its arrival in Amman's otherwise bustling and trafficked streets.
Between 60-70 percent of Syrian refugee children in Lebanon are working, the majority under conditions best described as slavery.
It’s not something that has caught our attention, but it really should.