A new court in a rebel-held part of Idlib province vows to bring law and order to the area.
More than two million Shia pilgrims gather in Karbala for Ashura without a single bombing.
Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid speaks to an unlikely critic of Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.
As scientists, judges and investigators gather in Ramallah, a big surprise is how the PA embraced the probe.
Southern Israelis want quiet from Gaza, but most are unwilling to consider the root causes of the conflict.
Anti-monarchy protests have calmed down, but anger over rising prices persists.
As rockets fire into southern Israel, the iron dome provides relief and security to Israeli citizens.
Correspondent taking cover makes for great television. Being actually in that situation is quite another matter.
The city streets, despite the lovely winter weather, are now a place where an Israeli air strike can hit at any time.
Aleppans want their "lives back". When will that happen? You wouldd have to be brave, or psychic, to hazard a guess.
Mohammed al-Dahabi, who was once one of the country's most feared officials, has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.