Ariel Sharon: a time to eulogise or to face the brutal facts?

Sat 11 Jan, AT 17:12 Venetia Rainey

As Sharon's death is announced from Tel Aviv, young Israelis look to the future not the past

Ariel Sharon: whatever his faults he was a great soldier

Tue 7 Jan, AT 15:19 Crispin Black

The feat Sharon pulled off in the Yom Kippur War made him a heroic general and saviour of Israel

Is puppet in this Vodafone ad planning bomb attacks? - video

Video Fri 3 Jan, AT 15:43

Egyptian prosecutor launches probe into claim Abla Fahita is sending coded messages to terrorists

Syrians want jobs and a new chance - charity is not enough

Thu 19 Dec, AT 09:17 Venetia Rainey

In tiny Lebanon, one in five are Syrian refugees yet the whole of Europe has taken only 12,000

Abbas Khan: why did British doctor die in Syrian prison?

Briefing Wed 18 Dec, AT 10:48

Syrian regime accused of 'murder most foul' as doctor dies days before he was due to be released

Israeli troops shoot Lebanese soldiers in 'retaliation' gunfire

One-Minute Read Mon 16 Dec, AT 12:09

Shootings raise possibility of renewed fighting in area that has been mostly quiet since 2006 war

Fortress Europe ‘miserably failing’ Syrian refugees

One-Minute Read Fri 13 Dec, AT 09:08

Amnesty urges EU leaders to open their borders as refugees face dangerous crossings and abuse

Syria conflict, 1,000 days on: a lost generation in the making

Mon 9 Dec, AT 09:15 Venetia Rainey

With food and medicine the priorities, fears grow for the Syrian children missing their education

Crispin Black

What can Britain do about the jihadists returning from Syria?

Fri 6 Dec, AT 10:45 Crispin Black

The last time hundreds of Brits went abroad to fight was in the Spanish Civil War. This is very different

Yasser Arafat investigators to ‘name assassin suspects’

One-Minute Read Tue 3 Dec, AT 14:07

Palestinian Authority which has pointed finger at Israel says it is in ‘last 15 minutes of investigation’