With ISIL moving towards urban warfare, serious questions regarding the efficacy of the US-led strat
24 Sep 2014 10:50 GMT | War & Conflict, Politics, US & Canada, Iran, Iraq
On the campaign trail, Assad can only offer an exhausted and bleeding Syrian public a pyrrhic victory.
13 May 2014 08:33 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, Iran, Iraq, Russia
Had Assad declined to run for a third term, he'd have shown that the country's future is more important than one man.
28 Apr 2014 10:25 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, Iran, Russia, Saudi Arabia
The protests in Egypt and the rest of the Muslim world over remarks made by Pope Benedict XVI, who implicitly linked Islam and violence, particularly in regard to jihad have still not abated.
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We visit Nicaragua to find out how a massive China-led engineering project is dividing the nation.
Nicaragua, Environment, Science & Technology
How 18 cows became Israel's most wanted fugitives and symbols of Palestinian resistance.
Palestine, Israel, Intifada
As Thailand mourns, how will foreign investors deal with the ensuing political instability? Plus, Saudi diversification.
Business & Economy, Thailand, Politics
During the 2011 revolution, Libya's underground musicians emerged to help to free their country from Gaddafi's rule.
Libya, Middle East, Arts & Culture