Egypt: journalists in court on 'absurd' terrorism charges

One-Minute Read Thu 20 Feb, AT 14:08

Al Jazeera accused of being a 'mouthpiece of Islamists' as terrorism trial gets underway

Lebanon's war with al-Qaeda: is it a losing battle?

Thu 20 Feb, AT 08:41 Venetia Rainey

Hezbollah is not the perpetrator but the target because of its decision to fight alongside Assad in Syria

Crispin Black

Cameron must stop British jihadists returning from Syria

Wed 19 Feb, AT 10:27 Crispin Black

Here's a solution: forbid any British subject from travelling to Syria unless registered with a charity

Ansar Beit al-Maqdis claim responsibilty for the attack

Egypt: Islamist terror group gives tourists two days to leave

One-Minute Read Wed 19 Feb, AT 09:55

Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has threatened to attack tourists if they don't leave Egypt by Thursday

Abdul Maheed Jaheed

Syria: what do we know about suspected UK suicide bomber?

Profile Thu 13 Feb, AT 12:02

Abdul Waheed Majeed lived on Martyrs Avenue in former home of Sarah Payne killer Roy Whiting


Bagram prisoner release heightens US-Afghan tensions

One-Minute Read Thu 13 Feb, AT 10:12

US officials have strongly criticised the release of 65 'dangerous' detainees from Bagram


Syria: scramble to evacuate Homs as ceasefire is extended

One-Minute Read Wed 12 Feb, AT 09:55

Warring sides in Syria blame one another for an escalation in violence that has killed hundreds in recent days

Syrian refugee crisis: where is Lebanon's tipping point?

Fri 7 Feb, AT 09:45 Venetia Rainey

As another 50,000 Syrians register in one month, Lebanese generosity is being stretched to the limit


Libyan chemical weapons 'safely destroyed' with US help

One-Minute Read Mon 3 Feb, AT 12:08

As efforts continue to neutralise Syria's chemical weapons, Gaddafi's stockpile has been eliminated