Even with peace, it will take years for the refugee situation to resolve itself
Oxfam has released a new analysis of how much rich countries are doing to meet their 'fair share' of the refugee crisis
British Foreign Secretary condemns Russian air strikes for bolstering Assad’s regime and increasing the flow of desperate refugees into Europe. Kim Sengupta reports from Zaatari refugee camp
Thousands of Syrian refugees, including hundreds of pregnant women, are caught on a barren piece of desert, with scorpions and snakes for company, as Jordan refuses to let them cross into the country. Emma Gatten
'It is mainly our battle, us Muslims, against those who seek to hijack our societies and generations'
At least six people have been killed in the shooting at the police training centre in the capital Amman
Archaeologists have been excavating the ancient site of Tall el Hammam
The centre in Jordan’s capital, Amman, offers free reconstructive surgery to those wounded by conflict
Of its 250,000 Palestinians, scarcely 18,000 now remain; up to 1,500 are dead, many of them due to hunger
US Secretary of State says militants are trying to destabilise the region
Appeals took place during the Prince's visit to the Syriac Orthodox Church
The Uruguayan striker was the subject of an intense pursuit by Arsenal in the summer, and Gerrard wants success this season to convince him that his future lies at Anfield
Death of leader seriously weakened the Palestinian cause and removed the one figure who could unite the diverse and quarrelsome Palestinian groups
Ministers in the ruling coalition are preparing details of their own vision for how Israel should proceed unilaterally after the current round of peace talks fails
The thinking behind Australia’s switch in football federations from Oceania to Asia in 2006 was that it would raise standards in both their domestic and international sides. It has not quite worked out like that so far.