It’s caused a storm from Cairo to Khartoum – but what do we know about this blasphemous film?
Some suspect AQAP involvement as Yemeni is shot dead entering US embassy in Sana’a
Missions in Cairo and Benghazi beseiged over video depicting Mohammed as ‘buffoon and womaniser’
Free Syrian Army claim responsibility for bomb attack that targeted regime soldiers stationed in hospital
Australian airline seeks to boost flagging fortunes through ten-year flight-share deal
Thirteen activists, including eight who received life sentences, are offered no reprieve by regime
South London doctor in militant Syrian gang could easily be identified, but history suggests nothing will be done
Mohamed Morsi supports Syrian rebels, but his presence in Tehran is also likely to anger the US
Israeli judge rules that pro-Palestinian activist’s death beneath an army bulldozer was an accident
After rising concern about press freedom in Egypt, Morsi steps in – but is it a cynical gesture?
Foreign minister Lavrov warns US against military intervention after Obama’s ‘red line’ comments
As Israelis queue for gas masks, observers say Israeli is trying to put pressure on the US
Iran's government was too slow to respond and did not tell truth about rescue efforts, say critics
Upsurge in Islamist violence in supposedly demilitarised Sinai desert is a tricky issue for old enemies
Annan accuses UN of finger-pointing as he quits Syria peace role - but what about his own weaknesses?
Iran deals harshly with perpetrators of £1.7bn fraud after public outcry against cronyism
The tolerance shown towards Christians in Syria is unlikely to survive Assad's overthrow by Sunnis
'We do not always choose which wars to fight,' says man who led British troops in Afghanistan
West condemns threat to use WMD against foreign forces: 'the world is watching' says Obama
Border with Iraq and key Turkish frontier posts now in rebel hands, but China and Russia block progress at UN