Kurdish forces, close to sealing the border, must beware - President Erdogan is unpredictable
Meanwhile many human rights campaigners are banned from leaving the UAE
In my 10-year career, it's never been so dangerous to operate in a country where unauthorised raids, arrests and disappearances have become routine
Endurance of these theories can probably be attributed to his position as the first African American president of the US
Analysis: Iran has escaped years of isolation and the threat of war without sustaining much damage
The armed opposition groups which are doing most of the shooting will not be present at the Vienna negotiations
Peter Nesser gives a detailed analysis of the threat we face, while German-Egyptian political scientist Hamed Abdel-Samad traces Islam's fascist tendencies back to its founder
Some don’t date back a decade
The execution of a Shia cleric in Saudi Arabia has split the Middle East along sectarian lines
But Government sources claim the postponed visit is unrelated to last Friday's 47 executions
Key Saudi allies cite 'Iran's continued interference in the Gulf and Arab countries'
But PM simply repeats Government press release insisting he was 'opposed to the use of the death penalty under any circumstances'
Exclusive: The unit established to test allegations of torture and unlawful killings has been overwhelmed with cases
We look at the economic, demographic, and cultural factors that drive the oil-rich kingdom
"To confuse an Arab man for the IS leader because of his very common Arabic surname is overt racism, Twitter"
The kingdom plans to remove subsidies - a dangerous move for just about any autocratic government