Articles by Anissa Haddadi
As supporters of the Bahraini opposition march in Lebanon and Iraq, the United Nations has voiced concern over the regime's use of tear gas on protesters.
After rebels take fighting to Damascus, Russia announces it is ready to support UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan's plan to end Syrian crisis
At least 16 explosions killed dozens and injured more than 200 people across Iraq ahead of next week's Arab League summit in the capital Baghdad.
One of biggest manhunts in French history gets under way after four killed in school shooting.
An attack at a Jewish school that killed three children aged between three and ten and one adult has left the Jewish Community in France and abroad deeply shaken.
Gunman opens fire at Jewish school in French city of Toulouse, killing four people including three children.
Pupils and parents come to terms with horrific murder outside school gates at Toulouse school.
Scooter gunman's bloodbath in Toulouse sparks fears of hard-right killing campaign on back of shooting of three immigrant soldiers.
Three children are reported to be among at least four people killed after a gunman on a motorcycle opened fire outside of a Jewish school in Toulouse, France.
Is actor's accusation of French smugness and arrogance a true reflection or playing to national stereotypes?
Torture continues unchecked more than eight months since the Bahraini Independent Commission of Inquiry established, say critics.
Iranian cleric Javad Larijani reassures Israel and says nuclear weapons more of a nuisance than an asset.
French reporter insulted for asking simple question about steelworkers' strike in latest outburst by Sarkozy.
First anniversary of Syrian uprising against Bashar al-Assad marked by more bloodshed.
A year after pro-reform protesters first took to the streets, Syria still convulsed by civil war.
Group files damages suit against police and home affairs ministers.
Nicholas Davies-Jones and Gareth Montgomery-Johnson freed after captivity by Misrata brigade on spy claims.
Veterans from war of independence ask parliament to adopt law criminalising French rule.
Bahraini supporters use Twitter to highlight plight of jailed human rights activist.
Campaign to bring Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony to justice moves up a gear.