Exiled from Syria by war, Nour felt helpless for years. Then she discovered a network of quiet humanitarians.
Labour is parroting Putin and Assad’s propaganda over war crimes in Syria.
As Assad sets his sights on Idlib province, the stage is set for one of the fiercest confrontations so far.
The parliamentary roundtable with the UAE’s foreign minister comes amid accusations of his country’s human rights violations.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 33, is seeking to improve his country’s austere image in the West. But his reforms have reignited unrest in the kingdom.
How many times must I pick up a book, ostensibly about the Middle East, only to read page upon page about a spirited English heroine?
“My grandparent’s house reminded me of Ali Baba’s story – entering a cave to find treasures.”
Williamson’s message of support for pro-Assad propagandist Vanessa Beeley will be greeted as a dog-whistle by conspiracy theorists.
Israeli intelligence from the outset occupied a shadow realm, separate from the country’s democratic institutions. A deep state.
Erdoğan built his supporter base by promising economic stability. Can he withstand a crisis?
Corbyn has admitted attending a memorial service for those killed by the Mossad, including a terrorist behind the 1972 Munich Massacre.