Despite faltering popularity abroad, Hezbollah enjoys extensive political power at home in Lebanon.
The ultimate aim of COP 22 will be to build on the scaffolding put in place by Paris’s climate talks in 2015.
Rhetorical bait and switch enabled Assad to neglect political reform while cultivating support among wealthy elite.
Rajiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS, discusses how the yuan’s depreciation will affect global markets.
Report by Amnesty International “definitively confirms” war crimes by government forces against civilian populations.
Protesters, including men wearing rainbow bras, decry jailing of woman for bumping her chest against a policeman’s arm.
A draft “anti-terrorism” law in Egypt has raised concerns over privacy and human rights in the country.
A profile of the Iranian politicians at the forefront of the nuclear deal, and the stances they adopted over time.
Gaza’s health services were repeatedly targeted during 50-day war in 2014, according to Palestinian rights groups.
Egypt’s youth and activists are being subjected to a number of repressive measures, according to Amnesty International.