The food writer shares some of her favourite dishes that will bring warmth to your kitchen
EU leaders are deluding themselves by including part of the Middle East battle zone within their outer defences
This month marks the centennial of a secret pact.
After Badreddine’s killing, we may never know if the 2005 death of Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri marked the start of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to destroy Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian regime
The government has handed the land to Amana, a Zionist organisation that its own fraud squad has just found guilty of forgery and deception
Statistics agency Eurostat says the number has quadrupled since 2014
The researchers believe the rising temperatures will create climate refugees
Teenager claims Britain's most-wanted jihadi is now a senior commander in Mosul - and has himself taken a number of sex slaves
She made the post on social media before becoming an MP
Saudi Arabia's million barrel a day output, plus its strategic location in the Middle East, means the West must pay obeisance to the regional head-choppers
The comprehensive study of young people living in 16 different countries in the Middle East and North Africa found very little support for the terror group and most believe the group will fail
President Sisi mocked for handing over Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir to King Salman during five-day visit
The mayor of Vilvoorde, a suburban town outside the capital, called Belgium’s security arrangements 'a perfect example of organised chaos'
'We are quite frankly alarmed at the speed at which this deal has been put into effect'
But battle continues between security forces and minority
The French and British governments enabled Isis to grow, but the media lets them off the hook