Can 'coalition of the willing' come together to deal with Islamic State? Not if Cameron can help it
Neither Palestinians nor Israelis have achieved what they wanted: we will be back here again
2,200 people died in the conflict and 11,000 were injured. Can either side claim the war was a success?
And why the PM must accept that destroying the Sunni fanatics will necessitate 'boots on the ground'
Militants behead and rape victims, yet stage 'fun days' for residents of their self-declared caliphate
Budget flights and 'distressingly porous' borders are enabling Britons to fight in the Middle East
Street protests marred a wedding between a Muslim and a Jew in Israel this week, but interfaith marriage is on the rise
If we want Kurds to act as our 'boots on the ground' against IS, there can be no more broken promises
Wife and child of Hamas leader Mohammed Deif hit by Israeli airstrikes after truce breaks down
Cameron appears to agree with John Humphrys that his holiday was 'unseemly' after beheading
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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