Kuwait becomes latest ally of Sunni Muslim kingdom to cut ties with Iran following attack on Saudi embassy in Tehran
As the mystery of the fallen dictator’s son deepens, Kim Sengupta tracks down the rest of Libya’s former ruling family
Sangin became known as 'the most dangerous place in Helmand' because of the ferocity of attacks that claimed the lives of 106 British service personnel
‘It is the humanitarian thing to do – and it is a way of hitting Isis, too’
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Jordan have moved most of their aircraft to the campaign against Iranian-backed rebels
Air operations in Iraq have killed more than 350 Isis fighters with zero civilian casualties over 14 months, the MoD claims
Britain has already been engaged in a long campaign against Isis, one that has been going on for a year and three months
The man who used to investigate companies accused of corruption – including the President’s – is now on an EU sanctions list and has fled to Russia. He claims oligarchs in one of Europe's most corrupt and inefficient economies are out for revenge
There are fears that Islamists may try to complete the cultural cleansing they started almost three years ago in Timbuktu
Despite the return of the jihadists, and continuing violence, it is the French presence which has introduced a degree of stability
'I tried to ... hold my breath. I think that’s what saved me. The man brushed my lips with his fingers, checking. Then he left'
Siege attack on Radisson Blu hotel in Bamoko was the latest bloody episode in Mali's long and vicious conflict
Tehran’s wish to play a part in the conflict, and thus come in further from the diplomatic cold, may be fulfilled
The young residents of La Courneuve had a lot to say about the Charlie Hebdo murders 10 months ago
Police say three brothers were at centre of terror ring – but one survived the attack
'They are practising pure terror - I am afraid we may face something like this in the UK'