MENA’s Corruption Battle

News One in three public service users in the Arab world – that’s nearly 50 million people - admitted they bribed someone in the last year to access basic services. This was one of world leaders' focus at the 17th Anti-Corruption Conference in Panama from December 1-4. This news story was published by Your Middle East on December 15, 2016
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A Few Key Things to Keep in Mind when Living in Morocco

Article If you're North Africa-bound look at both the pros and the cons of this traditional kingdom. This piece was published by Wall Street Journal on July 15.
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Syria’s Lost Generation

Article The raging war in Syria has displaced over four million children, according to the latest U.N. data. Today, half of Syrian refugee children are not enrolled in school. This article was published in YourMiddleEast on October 7, 2015.
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The Road from Aleppo to Argentina

Photo story Imagine how terrifying life is for an 8-year-old who has to swallow pills to fall asleep, because the bombing a few blocks away has gotten so bad. That’s just one example Guadalupe Rodrigo, a 41-year-old Argentine nun living in Aleppo, offers to describe what it’s like to grow up in the embattled Syrian city right now. This photo story was published in Global Post on October 2, 2015.
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South America Welcomes Refugees

Feature As the international community wrestles with the unmet demand of resettling Syrians leaving their country, countries such as Argentina are receiving praise for their open-door policies. This feature was published in US News & World Report on September 30, 2015.
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Muslims Tackle Reproductive Health

Article Islamic countries committed to improve women’s health - a key component of it being sexual and reproductive health and rights of adolescent girls and young women - during a meeting at the United Nations headquarters on September 26. This article was published in YourMiddleEast on September 28, 2015.
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