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Syria: Free Prominent Rights Defenders - Armed Groups Should End Harassment and Abductions

Nigeria’s Boko Haram: Frequently Asked Questions

Syria- A Priority for New Opposition Group: Curb, Condemn, Investigate and Punish Abuses by All Factions

Congressional Research Service: Yemen: Background and U.S. Relations, November 1, 2012

U.S. Ambassador Maura Connelly: The Lebanese people deserve a government that reflects their aspirations

Syria: Free Peaceful Activists, Journalists, Aid Workers in Amnesty - Give Independent Monitors Access to Detention Facilities

Syria: Despite Denials, More Cluster Bomb Attacks Compelling New Evidence of Use

Lebanon: Investigate and Punish Army Attacks on Migrants- Soldiers Accused of Beating Dozens of Syrian, Egyptian, and Sudanese migrants

Amnesty International: Clarity needed over fate of Syrian human rights lawyer

Statement Issued by Ambassador Maura Connelly: Chris Stevens and his team were working with Libyans every day to promote the values of freedom and democracy

Press release by Mr. Stevenson MEP, President of the Delegation for Relations with Iraq, on the death sentence on Dr. Al-Hashemi

New HRW report mapping out 27 Syrian torture centers

NGOs UNITED AGAINST TORTURE: Torture is a crime!

One Year Anniversary of the Disappearance of Shibli Alayasami

Call for the setting up of a Committee for the defense of academic values, institutional autonomy and support to the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities of la Manouba (FLAHM)

HRW- “They Burned My Heart”: War Crimes in Northern Idlib during Peace Plan Negotiations

Congressional Research Service; Iraq: Politics, Governance, and Human Rights

Congressional Research Service: Kuwait: Security, Reform, and U.S. Policy


As Saudi Arabia seeks to inoculate itself against the violence, civil disobedience and potential re-writing of colonial-era borders that characterize the Middle East (...)

Foreign Policy The death from natural causes of an old man in North Korea this month should have been the closing chapter of the tale of Pakistan’s nuclear and (...)

As Israel’s Operation Protective Edge continues in Gaza, the conflict is affecting almost all major cities in Israel, including communities near the northern borders. (...)

  The one thing worth writing about is the heroism of one million seven hundred thousand mortals, flesh and blood residents of the Gaza Strip. They are sons and (...)

This Saturday, July 12, there was a solemn ceremony in Cyprus. Forty years after he went missing, the remains of a Greek Cypriot was finally laid to rest. This was (...)

It was obvious several years ago, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was Iran’s president and the Islamic Republic was expanding its power in Iraq, Lebanon, the Palestinian (...)

I vividly remember the time and place when I knew that the Cold War had ended. It was Aug. 3, 1990, at Vnukovo II Airport outside Moscow. I stood shoulder to (...)

Together, united by the spirit of the Church of Antioch, where - according to the Acts of the Apostles - Jesus’ followers were called Christians for the first time. (...)

USA Today Any traveler to the Middle East today can feel the tidal wave sweeping the area. The Arab Awakening is now a distant memory, and the hopes for democracy (...)

Share on Facebook It must have been a very difficult decision to make. The presidency of the Turkish Republic must have been a very attractive post for a politician, (...)

As well-publicized bouts of violence, from civil war to suicide bombings, plague the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, concern about Islamic extremism is high (...)

ROME “People fled because they were afraid of the war. But so far Christians have not suffered oppression because of their faith. Christians and Muslims alike have (...)

It rained heavily during the night of December 3, 2013. Car traffic had nearly stopped altogether when the rented vehicle moved slowly and parked at a small parking (...)

Over the weekend, in what the Telegraph described as "a potential sign of the fraying of the Sunni insurgent alliance that has overrun vast stretches of territory (...)

Overshadowed by Iraq’s intensified security crisis, the country certified the results of the 30 April parliamentary elections on 1 June — triggering the start of (...)

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