Conflict, colonialism and tribal rivalry: Steve McCurry’s iconic photographs show the unseen side of the country.
Sisters Georgia and Sophia Scott discuss their documentary 'Lost in Lebanon', which follows four Syrian refugees living in the neighbouring country, giving a human face to a dehumanised conflict.
Inspired by our profile of renegade director Shahrbanoo Sadat in Huck 56, we're saluting other filmmakers who have fought to shed light on a misunderstood part of the world.
Forged in the crucible of oil-rich and conflict-ridden Kirkuk, the story of Iraqi band Dark Phantom is pure metal. But in a city littered with Isis sleeper cells, going underground is no affectation. It’s a means of survival.
The local and international bands that soundtrack Roller Derby Beirut - profiled in Huck’s Defiance Issue.
Iraq's Dark Phantom lead the charge of heavy metal acts taking on Islamic extremists and corrupt government officials across the region. Here we celebrate some of the loudest voices.
On the fifth anniversary of protests in Egypt’s capital, we asked Huck photographers Guy Martin, Pauline Beugnies, Lindsay Mackenzie and Monique Jaques about the stills they remember most.
Artist Waffaa Bilal’s new exhibition 168.01 looks at the dynamics of destruction and reconstruction, using Kickstarter engage his audience in rebuilding.
It’s not ideology, Islam or radicalism that fuels ISIS; it’s poverty, control of oil wealth by corrupt rulers and a lack of positive opportunities, argues Thomas Piketty.
With ISIS on one side, the Assad dictatorship on the other, and the proxies of Western and Middle Eastern countries filling in the gaps, what hope is there for ordinary Syrians to live in peace?
Writer and curator Shumon Basar had to leave home to find his own perspective.
Photographer Lindsay Mackenzie explains how to use Instagram to challenge the mainstream media’s sensationalised portrayal of the Middle East.