Diners in the busy Istanbul district of Beyoglu are being forced to take their meals inside, as government regulations have banned outdoor dining.
Washington's past compromises now plagues its policy throughout the Arab World: supporting an unpopular strongman in exchange for a military stronghold.
The Israeli Arab women's magazine "Lilac" set out to break some taboos in conservative Arab society, but has never dared to put a bikini-clad model on its cover until now.
Attorney General of Hama resigns, detailing horrific atrocities committed by the Assad government in an internet video.
Increasingly sidelined, Pakistan's transgender people are cut off from mainstream society, with many currently living as beggars and sex workers.
Qatar may not be the biggest country in the Middle East, but it's one of the biggest forces behind recent events, including the Libyan uprising.
How Western companies like Nokia Siemens Networks have allowed their technology to be used to suppress dissent in countries like Bahrain.
US and European sanctions on Syria putting the hurt on an economy already reeling from instability and uncertainty.
Popular and politically influential cartoonist, Ali Ferzat, attacked by masked gunmen believed to be linked to current Syrian regime.
Citizens in the Israeli city of Ashdod faced chaos and destruction as attacks between Israel and militants in Gaza escalated on Friday.