Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotoh in hospital with concussion after attack by masked gunmen.
Former UN secretary-general will attempt to broker peace in country on brink of civil war.
US President Barak Obama apologised for the burning of Korans by US troops at a military base in Afghanistan.
Daily Caller website editor says US is only country in the world with moral authority to wipe out evil lunatics of Iran
Algerians media are confused and divided over the fate of Algeria's first post-independence president Ahmed Ben Bella.
Majority Sunnis and minority Alawites turning against each other, says rebel soldier Waki Khaled.
An Iranian court has confirmed the death sentence against Youcef Nadarkhani, a Christian pastor jailed in 2009 on charges of apostasy after he converted to Christianity, a religious group said.
Bashar al-Assad's troops have 'duty' to defect to Syrian Free Army, senior Islamic scholars warn in pan-Arab statement.
Vague crackdown promised on fiddles by corrupt politicians and officials in cahoots with international crime rings.
Russia has reiterated calls for Israel not to attack Iran over its nuclear programme, saying it would be catastrophic for the region.
Losar low-key in wake of 16 protesters burning themselves to death in protest at Chinese rule.
Verdict date to be announced in trial of toppled Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak.
Violent protests erupt again in Afghanistan over burning of Korans by Nato troops at Bagram airbase.
Infighting among militant Islamist terrorist group over guns and money revealed in interrogation of spokesman Abu Qaqa.
Prime minister's support of Sarkozy presidential candidacy is interference in French internal affairs, say critics.
Ex-IMF head back in spotlight following arrest in high-class vice ring probe.
Thousands of angry Afghans Protesters gather outside the Bagram airbase following reports of Nato troops burning copies of the Koran.
Mass 'possession' leads to fits among girl pupils as education officials demand premises are 'cleansed'.
Iran's efforts to rekindle relationship with Egypt falls flat as Muslim Brotherhood snubs Tehran for supporting Assad.
US military analysts throw doubts on ability of Israel to set back Tehran's assumed nuclear programme with airstrikes.