United States hails new Iraqi cabinet as a milestone in the fight against Islamic State militants
It is no longer possible to pretend that Muslim immigration to Britain has been an unqualified success
Jordan will get $15bn of gas from Israel, dashing European hopes of cutting energy dependence on Russia
Volunteers in groups affiliated with Islamic State say they want to return to the UK but fear long jail terms
William Hague makes it clear that prior approval from Parliament would not be necessary
Follow these people on Twitter to sort through the deluge of information – and misinformation – on Islamic State
Aqsa Mahmood went from 'sweet' and 'peaceful' child to the wife of an Islamic State fighter
Cameron and Obama have a lot of persuading to do as the West faces IS and Ukraine crises
Rural areas of Iraq turned into 'blood-soaked killing fields' as militants target ethnic minorities in north
The world is failing to respond to 'the greatest humanitarian emergency of our era', says the UN
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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