Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Citizens vow to fight Islamist groups imposing hardline Sharia law in parts of northern Mali.
40 killed and 140 injured in Shabiha and government troop assault on Harbnaafsa, says Syrian National Council.
Wide-ranging video by Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau dismissed by Jonathan as blackmail.
Islamist splinter group leader released from Gaza prison after 17 months inside on disrupting public order allegation.
Victim reportedly killed by brother following long-running family feud.
Rebel assaults on Democratic Republic of Congo towns of Lubiriha and Kasindi drive refugees over Ugandan border.
Mortars explode in packed marketplace in middle of Syria's largest refugee camp for Palestinians.
Tens of thousands fleeing persecution being encouraged to illegally cross border from Myanmar by aid workers, says Bangladesh government.
Clashes between Muslims and Christians trigger mass anti-Mursi protests in Cairo.
Police in Paris will crack down on topless or nude sunbathing along the Seine or in public parks or gardens.
Both sides condemn 'climate of hatred' in city where al-Qaeda gunman Mohammed Merah started his murderous anti-Jewish gun rampage.
Foreign minister makes accusation following reports that an Iranian diplomat has been killed.
Expiry of Tal Law makes Israeli Ultra-Orthodox seminary students eligible for national service.
Petrol price hike demonstration erupts in violence as police use live rounds on demonstrators in Nyala.
IBTimes UK reporter Anissa Haddadi finds life in Jerusalem and the West Bank a chaotic and depressing experience, she reveals in the first of a three-part series.
Brig Gen Masoud Jazayeri says no need for Iran to enter conflict but it 'will not allow enemy to advance'.
Syrians fleeing violence between Bashar al-Assad loyalists and rebel groups getting no help from Algerian government.
Gunmen dressed as police officers kill two in firefight with security forces in Sana'a.
Mali's interim government accuses northern rebels of dark-age practice.
As the UN human rights chief asked for an independent investigation into Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya Muslims, the country’s president said they should be exiled.