New research contradicts previous US intelligence that just 6,000 Isis militants are still operating across the two countries
Security forces massacred more than 900 on one bloody summer day in Cairo in 2013, but the failure to bring any of the perpetrators to justice speaks volumes about the country's human rights crisis
Saudi citizens living and studying in Canada face logistical nightmare after order to ‘end all ties and apply for a return ticket to the kingdom within one month’
Egypt and the UN have been left scrambling to broker a lasting truce between Israel and Hamas after months of simmering violence
Teenagers filmed by security cameras stripping off during Poland trip
Dozens more still missing as buildings are reduced to rubble in Idlib province
Alleged assailants in hideout open fire and set off explosions in town of Salt
Ellie Holman pleased 'nightmare is coming to and end' after charges dropped
Government says recently passed bill merely enshrines the country's existing character
Members of the ultra-orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem have been sprayed with water cannons as they attempted to demonstrate against the city's gay Pride event.
'This is the new normal for human rights defenders'
The 89-year-old said the media was largely ignoring vital issues such as climate change
Officials say one person remains unaccounted for