Sectarian clashes continue across the country as death toll escalates
Crackdown on protesters comes as Bahrain’s citizens remember their own Arab Spring
An international tribunal investigation into the 2005 assassination of a former Prime Minister is overshadowed by the threat of regional sectarian war
Huge fund for “fighting terrorism” announced after the funeral of Mohamad Chatah, a senior Sunni politician killed in Beirut on Friday
An attack on a school playground killed 14 children
Early Monday morning, more than a dozen car bombs ripped through mostly Shi‘ite neighborhoods in Baghdad, killing at least 50 people and leaving dozens lying bloodied in the streets. The worst attack that day was in heavily …
Two bombs concealed in air conditioning units exploded in the Sunni facility during Friday prayers.
Escalating Shi’ite-Sunni bloodshed as U.S. ponders entering parallel sectarian conflict in Syria
On Aug. 23, Muslims in Lebanon’s majority Sunni city of Tripoli congregated as usual for Friday prayers. But just as the prayers ended, an enormous blast hit the al-Taqwa mosque in Abu Ali Square. Just a few minutes later, a …
Nearly three weeks after Egypt’s military forced the country’s President Mohamed Morsi out of office and jailed him and officials of his Muslim Brotherhood party, the explosive reaction on Cairo’s streets has brought death …
A surprising number of foreign fighters joining the rebellion in Syria against the regime of President Bashar Assad hail from Down Under.