An end to Iranian nuclear question could soon be a reality after years of hard and often tense negotiations.Read the full story ›
The way Ramadi fell and how it could be re-captured opens up a worrying and long-term problem at the heart of the whole region's politics.Read the full story ›
A makeshift refugee camp in Rome houses around 600 asylum seekers, many of whom have made the perilous journey across the Mediterranean.Read the full story ›
The parents of schoolgirls abducted by Islamist militants are still enduring a nightmare of not knowing what has become of their daughters.Read the full story ›
The self-imposed deadline has passed and it's true that there has not as yet been any breakthroughs, but there are no breakdowns either.Read the full story ›
As tension in the region mounts, Lithuanians are preparing themselves for possible conflict with Vladimir Putin's Russia.Read the full story ›
Huge questions remain following agreement of peace deal, particularly about what can be done to really make Russia stick to the agreement.Read the full story ›
Isis in Iraq - and to a lesser degree Syria - depends on the co-operation of certain tribes who are against the governments in Damascus and Baghdad.
The family of the Jordanian pilot appealed to Isis on a tribal basis to spare their son and for the militants to have rejected that so viscerally and so viciously, I think will inevitably backfire.
The so-called Arab man on the street will simply not be able to comprehend this.
Rageh Omaar explains the impact of Muath al-Kasaesbeh's murder:
Somalia - once the byword for the ultimate failed state - is now showing signs of real recovery and optimism after decades of turmoil.Read the full story ›