Human Rights Watch called for investigations into the "rampant" use of torture against people arrested on suspicion of belonging to the Islamic State group.
The Islamic State group kidnapped dozens of Druze women and children when it attacked their villages last week in Syria's southern province of Sweida.
The Globe Post talked to Trita Parsi, the founder, and president of the National Iranian American Council about the Trump administration's calls for regime change in Iran
Israel has evacuated 800 White Helmets rescuers and their family members threatened by advancing Syrian regime forces to Jordan for resettlement in Britain, Canada and Germany.
An Iraqi security agency has admitted holding hundreds of "terrorism" suspects for months, Human Rights Watch said Sunday.
An estimated 750,000 internally displaced Syrians returned to their homes through the first half of 2018, nearly equal the amount for all of last year.
Thousands of Yemen’s poorest people have no means to leave the city of Hodeidah which is at the center of a humanitarian crisis, Oxfam said.
A year after the Iraqi government reclaimed control of Mosul from the Islamic State, about a third of the city’s internally displaced residents are at risk of facing a “second displacement.”…
After several days of unrelenting Russian air strikes, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees called on Jordan to open its borders to Syrian refugees on Thursday.
One year after Mosul was retaken from the Islamic State, the Iraqi city remains in ruins. Over 380,000 people in and around Mosul are still displaced.
Rouhani's remarks came as vendors in Tehran's Grand Bazaar, a traditional area of support for Iran's leadership, continued a rare strike that began Monday over the collapse of the rial on…
At least 132 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since the protests at the border with Gaza began at the end of March.
Yemeni forces supported by a Saudi-led coalition confirmed on Wednesday their operation to reclaim Hodeida from Huthi rebels, despite UN warnings of a "catastrophic" impact.
The majority of Syrian refugees in Jordan are in poverty. With the new legislative changes, they will no longer be able to afford much-needed healthcare.
Reports released this week by the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) and the Iraq Body Count database there was an 80 percent drop in civilian deaths in the first five months of 2018…
Around 2,000 protesters gathered close to the prime minister's office in central Amman, Jordan, hours after Premier Hani Mulki stepped down on Monday.