Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Syrian troops launch deadliest barrage on city since crackdown began in move on key rebel area of Baba Amr.
TV station had been accused of staging footage of Palestinian boy's death.
Security firm recruited 147 women to work in shops and then forced them into slavery.
Tehran's ambassador to International Atomic Energy Agency disputes claim Iran refused site access.
US Secretary of State uses diplomatic language in Senate questioning.
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad increasingly isolated after former allies distance themselves.
Saving Face documentary on taboo issue of acid attacks takes Hollywood by storm and brings issue into the open.
Emirati authorities cancelled dozens of Syrian's residency permits of individuals who joined protests against the Syrian government.
Latest speculation linked to an Israeli attack on Iran suggest that Tel Aviv could drop the US and instead turn to Saudi Arabia for help.
Hamas turns back on Syria and increasingly woos Gulf States for support.
Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and Bulgaria seek to flex muscles against Putin regime, says source in Anonymous email cache.
Stratfor source mocks Washington's Michael McFaul as deluded for believing Putin can be won over to West.
WikiLeaks has partnered with the Hacktivist collective Anonymous and published internal e-mails from Stratfor, an American strategic intelligence company.
WikiLeaks has collaborated with the hackers cooperative Anonymous and published internal e-mails of Stratfor, an American strategic intelligence company.
Stratfor emails hacked by Anonymous suggest rumours of Israeli attack on Iran used by EU as distraction from financial crisis.
Faction fighting breaks out in Syrian opposition and 20 prominent members walk out to set up Syrian Patriotic Group.
Stratfor email hacked by Anonymous and published by WikiLeaks says attack on Iran would benefit Saudia Arabia, Russia and India.
Pro-reform protesters amass for anniversary of mass protests that left 16 people dead and say nothing has changed.
Amnesty for Syria's Bashar al Assad and family could end the bloodshed in the country, the president of Tunisia told a summit on Friday.
Hamas publicly breaks with Syrian regime at political gathering in Al-Alzhar mosque in Cairo and praises 'heroes of uprising'.