With indirect talks with the US due to resume, Iran’s main nuclear facility was taken offline. Iran blames Israel, and Israel imposed no media blackout on stories reporting Mossad’s involvement in the incident.
What you need to know about a dramatic week in a normally stable Jordan.
People in Iraq have become grimly accustomed to attacks by Shia militiamen, but not ones who quote Tommy Shelby afterwards.
If you had been following news of the Ever Given solely via Egyptian media, the first you would probably have heard of the ship was that it had been freed.
Syrian activists in Europe have spent years documenting and verifying footage of attacks, in the hopes of one day holding the regime accountable.
Fawzia Koofi is one of only a handful of Afghan women taking part in a peace talk process that is teetering on the brink of collapse, potentially leading to years of yet more bloodshed.
Blast walls in Baghdad are getting a fresh lick of paint as Iraqis prepare to welcome Pope Francis for his first overseas trip of the COVID-era.
The U.S. is publicly accusing the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia of being responsible for the murder of the Washington Post columnist in 2018.
In a landmark decision, a German court jailed a former colonel in Syria’s secret police over the arrest of 30 protesters who were later tortured.
Their names may be ‘laughable,’ but militias are using sophisticated IRL and online methods to spread death and disinformation in Iraq, under shiny new logos and banners.