The radical cleric accused the UK and Jordan of breaching his human rights
US Secretary of State John Kerry has made a fresh foray to salvage Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking, presenting to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ideas for security arrangements in the West Bank in a bid to jump-start the flagging diplomacy.
Three Lions could be drawn with Brazil or Argentina, France and Nigeria next summer
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
Both managers will be satisfied with the result but encounter fails to break out into a classic
The US is being torn between the old alliance with Israel and a conversation with Iran
England made it two wins and 14 goals from their opening two World Cup qualifiers as they cruised to an emphatic win at Fratton Park.
Ben Lynfield meets those losing their homes - and a way of life
The Save The Children CEO on why humanitarian aid must be allowed access to Syria
Support for suicide bombing amongst Muslims from the Middle East to South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa has shown a dramatic drop over the last decade, research from 11 Muslim countries has shown.
As World Cup qualifying comes to a climax, some surprising names are still in the hat
Leaders say that no one trusts the Americans as a result of their policy in Iraq
The radical preacher has been refused bail after arriving in Jordan three weeks ago
What looks like a sprawling city has emerged from the desert dust in northern Jordan.
On the streets of Amman where Britain’s Public Enemy No 1 grew up, Fernande van Tets discovers a very different view of him
Justice Secretary calls for 'wholesale changes' to Human Rights law in Britain