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
Many Arabs see the Republican presidential hopeful as a bigot, while Israel is concerned his isolationist foreign policy pledges will harm their interests
The former prime minister made introductions for PetroSaudi
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
'It's no different than if a person of another religion has said: "I don't want to sit next to a Jew"'
The 28-year-old man, identified only as Saman, is due to be blinded after 'accidentally blinding another man with a metal rod'
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
Mohamad Jamal Khweis, 26, says he joined Isis after he met a young woman on holiday but regreted his decision upon arriving in Mosul
Every year runners come from around the world to take part in the event, many of them probably unaware that they're running across stolen land
Tudor England was hand in glove with Islam, both in diplomacy and free trade
Despite its often turbulent dealings with Israel, Iran has one of the world's largest and longest-established Jewish communities - and it's growing. Kim Sengupta reports from Tehran on their intriguing relationship with the country's establishment
It is unclear whether the kingdom's longstanding rival Iran will be welcome in the group
Cyprus threatens proposed 'one-for-one' swap deal, due to be agreed at the EU summit in Brussels