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Kindergarten teachers in the Syrian flashpoint city of Zabadani established a center to provide much-needed psychological support for local children.
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Turkey’s Kurdish movement is proving to be the only force resolved to fight the Islamic State, while boosting its political might in Turkey.
Members of opposing blocs in the region have been meeting to discuss the need to deal with the threat the Islamic State poses to them and other states, but the United States…
An Iranian official has claimed that companies made millions taking advantage of Iran’s subsidized exchange rate in the final years of the Ahmadinejad administration.
To justify the deaths and devastation in Gaza, Hamas Political Bureau chief Khaled Meshaal needed an achievement, and so did Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose approval ratings continue to drop from one…
Supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad long dismissed the threat from the Islamic State, but that threat has become real as jihadists move into the Homs countryside, approaching Alawite and Christian areas.
The cost of Egypt’s ambitious project to build a parallel canal at the Suez Canal is expected to skyrocket, raising questions about the immediate financial return to the Egyptian economy.
Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli has admitted that Iran sent advisers to Iraqi Kurdistan at the request of Kurdish officials.
Despite evacuation plans elaborated two years ago, Israel has not decided to evacuate the residents near Gaza, who have come to feel that no one in the government assumes responsibility for their…
In preparation for the looming parliamentary elections, a struggle for seats has started to pit political factions against one another.
With Turkey’s agricultural output already hit by drought, a deal to increase agricultural exports to Russia threatens to fuel the country’s unruly inflation.
The Islamic State alleges Syrian rebels raped and abused female relatives of IS militants when rebels ousted IS from Aleppo earlier this year, and is using that as a rallying cry for…
The Lebanese delegation to Baghdad offers diplomatic help to confront the Islamic State (IS), but it seems both parties have different priorities.
With Israel ignoring his efforts and Hamas trying to topple him, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas may issue a desperate ultimatum for Israel to withdraw from the West Bank.
The director of Fars News Agency has proposed that Iranian and Russian news organizations cooperate to combat the influence of Western media.
Ahmet Davutoglu declared two years ago in his role as foreign minister that he would rather resign than shake Bashar al-Assad’s hand; he now has to find a way to coexist with…
Without an established oil law, Iraq’s oil economy will not be able to withstand current and future crises.
Réalités interviews Tunisian leftists on their current situation and aspirations.