Many voters in Israel's commercial capital say they'd be happy to see prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu leave office.
Encouraged by uprisings in neighbouring countries, Jordanians have taken to the streets to demand political reforms.
New Knesset boss likely to be the same as the old boss.
As men fight on the frontlines, women in Syrian refugee camps have taken up the tasks of running aid efforts.
The emergence of groups like Jabhat al-Nusra are creating a new reality on the ground in Syria
US-designated terrorist organisation Jabhat al-Nusra says "if justice is al-Qaeda, then we are with them".
Winter rain has turned the Domiz camp in northern Iraq into a quagmire, yet the influx of refugees is only growing.
Referendum debacle again exposed elitist approach of politicians who appear completely disconnected from the street.
Quoting a Persian proverb, UN nuclear watchdog and Iranians have been acting stubborn - but progress seems to be made.
New Syrian coalition's reforms impress Western powers but challenges remain.
Despite protests, including ones calling for his downfall, King Abdullah says to press forth with polls