Mohamed Ayman al-Ezz tells the story of how he survived being shot in the head by pro-government militia.
There is a swathe of territory in north of Syria where government troops are no longer present, driven out by rebels.
An alleged Hamas prison in the West Bank deals the latest blow to reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas.
As the UN general assembly begins its annual session, there is little hope for any clear progress on the Syrian conflict
This isn’t a financial crisis like anywhere else: this is a people, government and economy under occupation.
The quiet arrival of around 50 US soldiers has proved a useful weapon for President Hadi's critics.
Getting medical aid to Syria is not a political decision - it is a humanitarian responsibility.
Residents hope protests will drive the Palestinian Authority to do something about poor economic conditions.
Iraqi vice-president denounces death sentence against him as politically motivated and issued by a "kangaroo court".
The balance of power between nuclear armed India and Pakistan could serve as an example for Iran and Israel.
A report by Citigroup says Gulf kingdom consumes a lot of its own major export and may have no oil exports in 18 years.