Israel is finding it harder to deny targeting Gaza infrastructure, but it still claims that tunnels and rockets are its primary focus.
Noam Chomsky states that if Israel is boycotted, the same fate should befall the United States. He further believes that a boycott could backfire.
The 'blood election' has been widely denounced – but it strengthens Al-Assad’s regime regardless.
Syria: The long road to finding peace after years of war.
A polio outbreak to the east of the country has reinforced the call for relief workers' safety.
Boycotting Jewish settlements is a stark reminder that Europe is tiring of the stalled 'peace process'.
Secular and fundamentalist friction rages as Egyptian military cracks down on coup backlash.
The army's "road map" is for a civilian, technocratic government and a short transitional period to be followed by new elections.
Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi stands accused of failing to govern democratically and being autocratic and incompetent.
With Egypt's president looking increasingly isolated after being pressured to step down, here are three possible scenarios for the country.