Ahmad is an inquisitive boy featured with his father in a colorful new 32-page booklet produced by Aramco to answer some of the questions Arab students ask about oil
The Squire was a man with a wealth of historical and geographical information—and the somewhat disconcerting habit of pulling live snakes out of his pockets.
The Middle East's most popular pastime—a game perhaps as old as civilized man—is riding a new wave of popularity in the West.
When paper came to the Middle East papyrus bowed out. Now, after nine centuries, the papyrus of the ancient Egyptians is being made again on the banks of the Nile.
For the people of the island which may have been Atlantis, the most normal activities are connected with a most abnormal phenomenon—the volcano.
Back in 1939, the pavilion of little Lebanon, thanks to the enthusiasm and energy of a patriotic businessman, was one of the hits at the world's biggest show.