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Women break with tradition in Afghanistan to help bury 'completely innocent' Farkhunda who was beaten to death by Kabul mob

A mob beat the 27-year-old woman to death before throwing her body off a roof, running it over with a car, setting it on fire and then throwing it in a river

The southern province of Lahej shows its loyalty to the President

Yemen set for civil war as Houthi rebels close in on Aden

If the remains of President Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi's government lose Aden, the man will fall, plunging Yemen into civil war

Brave mission: Omar Gabbar’s medical team in Syria now has 200 volunteers

Omar Gabbar: The surgeon fighting to save the shattered Syrian health system

As his homeland enters a fifth year of civil war, UK-based surgeon Omar Gabbar is fighting to bring care where others dare not

Egypt's Red Sea coast, where the German tourist was killed

German man killed by shark on Egypt's Red Sea coast

Officials are conducting an investigation into the attack, which saw the man's leg bitten off at the knee

Shia Houthi rebels seize Yemen's third largest city Taiz to close in on exiled President Hadi

Takeover follows president demanding that Houthis leave capital city

British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) pictured shaking hands with Libyan leader Colonel Moamer Kadhafi on 25 March 2004.

Tony Blair joins a strange and exclusive club of political leaders whose careers have been blighted by the Middle East

A new tomb has just gone up in that graveyard of US and British political reputations

President Hadi fled to Aden last month

Yemen's president accuses Houthi militia of launching coup against him and demands they leave capital

Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi issues a call to arms from the southern city of Aden, where he fled last month

John Kerry, on Saturday, at end of the Lausanne talks

Iran nuclear talks: US Secretary of State John Kerry hails 'substantial progress'

Britain, China, France, Russia, the US and Germany are worried about the potential for the programme to be used for military purposes

Nowruz crowds listen to the PKK leader in Diyarbakir on Saturday

Kurds commit to Turkish peace process as PKK leader announces definitive end to '40-year-long armed struggle' with the state

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expresses hope that the announcement will mark a turning point for the peace process

US Secretary of State John Kerry has been cautious over the latest outcome of Iranian nuclear talks

Iran nuclear talks: John Kerry says US is not after 'just any deal' as negotiations conclude in Switzerland

Talks are thought to have been broadly successful with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claiming 'shared points of view emerged'

Injured worshippers are carried on to a truck to be rushed to hospital in Sanaa

Yemen Isis mosque bombings: 'Blood was running like a river', say survivors after attack kills at least 120

Suicide bombers attack two Zaidi Shia mosques in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, killing at least 120 worshippers and injuring hundreds more

The reactor building at the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear power plant in Busheh

Iran nuclear deal close as talks break off

President Hasan Rouhani's mother passed away yesterday, aged 90

The post by Bahrain's Prince Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifaon Instagram was captioned: “That’s how its feels, and sounds when you run in the Hyde Park, London.”

Human rights activists demand arrest of prince accused of torture during Bahrain uprising

Campaigners hope today's 'dossier' will encourage police to question Prince Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa while he is London

Isis accounts shared images of the monastery being blown up

Isis militants blow up 4th-century Christian Mar Behnam monastery in Iraq

Groups say this piece of history 'cannot be recreated'

Yemen mosque bombings: Isis triple suicide attack kills more than 100 worshippers and injures hundreds

Two Shia rebel-controlled mosques were targeted resulting in bloody scenes

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