The biggest losers in the standoff in Sanaa are the president and his government, and ultimately the country.
Twenty-five years after reunification with a 'backward' north, many ready to take up arms for secessionist cause.
With a weak president and divided military, the Shia Houthis are now widely seen as the country's real power.
Smugglers first use their Facebook page to establish contact with Syrians who wish to travel to Turkey.
Conflicting reports about the Kouachi brothers stay in Yemen could mean authorities don't know the details.
Internal debate on how to report the news of the Paris attacks underpins the integrity of the information we provide.
Judging by the Kouachi brothers' alleged role in the Paris attack, AQAP seems to have succeeded in attracting recruits.
The armed group is desperately trying to transition to legitimacy by becoming a nation state and establishing a bank.
Decades-old minefield injuring and killing those flooding across the Turkish border in search of safety.
ISIL fighters apply unconventional tactics against the Kurdish forces, who suffer from lack of weapons and experience.
The Erez crossing conveys a sense of isolation and imprisonment that reflects reality for many Gazans.