Eighteen year old Mustafa Hamdan died of cardiac arrest on Friday, nearly two months after he was shot in the head by Bahraini security forces.
The United Nations warned on Friday that 60 percent Yemen's population is going hungry as a third of the war-torn country are on the brink of famine.
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Comment: Little did Iraqis know that transition away from tyranny would rest on wedding the political system to Iraq's religious institutions, writes Nazli Tarzi.
Comment: The war on IS has partially suppressed disagreements among the different Shia blocs in Iraq, but as victory draws closer, tensions are rising once again, writes Mona Alami.
Political divisions are emerging within Iraq's ruling National Alliance over whether the controversial Hashd al-Shaabi militia should be permitted to take part in nationwide, local elections scheduled for September
A Luxembourg judge has refused to unfreeze the assets as it is still being held up by a separate court judgement.
Comment: Just two months after Trump's inauguration, significant damage has already been done to American-Iraqi relations, despite amendments to the travel ban, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
Israel is drawing up contingency plans to evacuate up to a quarter-million civilians if a full-scale war erupts with Hizballah and Hamas.
Ten years ago former CIA agent Robert Levinson went missing in Iran. His family are now taking Tehran to court believing him to be held by the regime.