Youngsters in historical city of Kashan hope the country's next president will aid them with their future aspirations.
Tough task for Iranian presidential candidate who needs to get both reformists and conservatives to vote for him.
As Iran marks the 24th anniversary of Khomeini's death, interpretations of his legacy continue to divide the nation.
Judge appointed indicates she does not want the trial of Bradley Manning to turn into a debate about foreign policy.
President Mohamed Morsi has failed to address underdevelopment in region, which could be the cause of wave of unrest.
Around five million Palestinians live scattered across the world, mostly children of those displaced.
Protests in Tel Aviv mirror images in Athens and Madrid but demonstrators lack central leadership or united ideas.
Americans aren't interested in the news from Syria, but Obama may still face pressure to intervene.
Attitude towards Shia-led government hardens in the wake of deadly army attack on protesters in Hawija.
Prime minister hails lack of violence, but election watchdogs say disillusioned voters preferred to stay away from polls
Assad is uneasy and feels insecure about the most strategically important Syrian border: the one it shares with Jordan.