Fighting for control of water supplies has plagued the civil war, but new research shows extent of the six-year-long conflict’s impact on rivers in region
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Nine people were killed in the attack
The family of Nahed Hattar want an idependent investigation into his death, after the journalist was killed on the steps of the courthouse where he was due to stand trial for 'inciting Islam'. They were charges Mr Hattar rejected
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'
What, the Saudis must be asking themselves, has happened to the fawning leaders who would normally grovel to the Kingdom?
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
British SAS troops may be fighting in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and Libya – but Parliament hasn’t been told about any of these deployments, let alone been given the chance to debate them
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
Oxfam has released a new analysis of how much rich countries are doing to meet their 'fair share' of the refugee crisis