No production disruption or pullout plan after oil company operations targeted by rocket fire in Basra, insiders say.
International actors, intra-rebel violence and tribal affiliations complicate prospects for peace in Syria.
Will the Lebanese group stick around in Syria, and how will it repair its image among ordinary citizens?
Groups meeting in Saudi Arabia’s capital look to form single strategy to confront Assad, but odds of success seem low.
Airport closures and skirmishes between Iraqi and Kurdish forces led organisers to call off the event.
Shortages in food and medicine are increasing the suffering of hundreds of thousands in besieged suburbs of Damascus.
Thousands were abused in Israeli custody at the Khiam detention centre, where locals hope to build a larger memorial.
Two years after settlers killed a Palestinian baby and his parents, the Dawabsheh family’s pain lives on.
Illegal Israeli settlements surround the Masar Ibrahim trail on all sides.
Selling to North America has been a long-held dream for the Khoury family, owners of a microbrewery in Taybeh village.