Isis bride Tania Georgelas, wife of John Georgelas, opens up about converting to Islam and life as jihadi wife in Syria.
Remains of more than 340 Yazidi Kurds were found in a mass grave outside Mosul. They are believed to have been executed by Isis terrorists.
Israel's first female tank crews, 13 graduates of a trial programme, are set to be fielded on the border between Israel and Egypt.
This year 14 MPs have received a total of £94,189 in hospitality from the Saudi regime, including business-class flights, luxury accommodation and food.
Sheikh Isa Qassim is thought to be in need of immediate medical treatment but his supporters say the Bahraini kingdom is denying it.
Mohammed bin Salman promises not to let terrorists distort the image of the "peaceful religion" Islam.
Turkey did not have any diplomatic relations with North Korea until 2001.
Dubai's security chief blames Al Jazeera for provoking the extremist attack on the mosque in Egypt's Sinai region.
Top Iranian military general insists Iran's decision not to increase strike range beyond 2,000km is due to "strategic doctrine" and not inability.
Sarah Idan wore a black strapless bikini top and a matching bottom for the preliminary round of the Miss Universe pageant.
The United States will cut off its supply of arms to Kurdish fighters in Syria.
Fareeda Khalaf, a Yazidi sex slave who was gang raped by Isis jihadis, has miraculously rebuilt her life and learned to love again – she is engaged to marry a fellow refugee.
Saudi Arabia has arrested its second richest man, Sheik Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi, as part of a wide-ranging 'anti-corruption drive' - while Ethiopia looks on nervously.
Israeli blogger Ben Tzion has provoked outrage in the Arab world by posing for a picture in Medina's holy Mosque of the Prophet Muhammed.
International aid groups describe the situation in Yemen as the world's worst humanitarian crisis as millions are at risk of famine.