'Hattar’s murder is the latest in a string of killings of writers for alleged religious reasons'
Controversial writer Nahed Hatter's arrest was ordered by Prime Minister Hani al-Mulki for posting a cartoon depicting the image of God on social media
Local media reports he was shot three times in the head as he was about to stand trial
'Peace is a conscious decision. Israel has to embrace peace or eventually be engulfed in a sea of hatred in a region of turmoil'
The UK hosts 169,000 refugees - less than one per cent of the world's total
Satellite imagery and drone photography was used to reveal the monument, which is buried under the sand
Five people have been killed at the Baqaa camp near Amman in what the government labelled a 'terrorist attack'
British troops crossed from Jordan to help the New Syrian Army rebuild their defences
The new fence would cost 'many billions', Netanyahu says, but was necessary 'to defend ourselves in the Middle East as it is now, and as it is expected to be'
Muzoon Almellehan is friends with Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani education campaigner who was shot by the Taliban
An estimated 80,000 people have taken refuge in a three-square-mile part of the Jordanian desert known as the Zaatari refugee camp.
Even with peace, it will take years for the refugee situation to resolve itself
Charlie Hebdo's cartoon depticts drowned toddler Aylan Kurdi as a sex offender
Amy Peake's work has led to the establishment of a small sanitary pad factory in Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp, where women are taught to make their own feminine products
He claimed refugees are ‘satisfied’ with living in the camps if they are adequately funded
'It is mainly our battle, us Muslims, against those who seek to hijack our societies and generations'