Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Vandals have sprayed anti-Christian graffiti's at a Baptist church in Jerusalem, in what appeared to be a 'price tag' attack.
Gang clashes in Monterrey prison leave 44 inmates dead - but jail authorities cannot say who they are.
Iran pledges backing for Nigeria's fight against Boko Haram and calls on neighbours to join the struggle.
Libyans celebrate one-year anniversary of uprising that led to death of Muammar Gaddafi.
Egyptian Bedoiun smugglers target growing number of African migrants crossing harsh desert terrain in bid to reach Israel.
Four Iranian scientists, killed in mysterious circumstances, honoured by president in run-up to elections.
Animals rights groups and celebrities join forces to oppose plans for IPO by company that uses bear bile in tonics.
Syrian conflict lines pockets of arms smugglers in Iraq at a price.
Editors and publisher of Tunisian newspaper held for picture of Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira with topless girlfriend Lena Gercke.
Domestic violence in Kenya reaches epidemic levels with surge of attacks by women on husbands.
Referendum by ethnic Serbs in Kosovo enclaves against rule by Pristina adds to ethnic strains in region.
Year after start of uprising that toppled Gaddafi, Libya's new government unable to control former rebels, says Amnesty.
Beleaguered regime in Manama echoes tactic of Egyptian military in blaming outside forces for democracy protests.
President Bashar al-Assad's move on referendum dismissed by opponents as 11 months too late.
Tensions between the US and Egypt show no sign of calming down after Egyptian officials and politicians continued to accuse the US of meddling into the country's domestic affair.
Human rights groups file case at the South African high court alleging Zimbabwean officials complicit in torture.
Moroccan activist Abdassamad Haidour jailed for three years for online slander of Mohammed VI.
Bahraini protesters asking for more political reforms have again taken to the streets to mark the first anniversary of the pro-democracy uprising that started on 14 February 2011.
Violence and tensions on the rise on first anniversary of mass pro-democracy protests.
Tensions between Christians and Muslims escalate after rumours of cross-faith affair lead to eviction of Christian families.