Beirut, Lebanon, may be the one Arab capital where LGBT people are increasingly comfortable and safe.
The last bedraggled and hungry rebel fighters in the Syrian town of Daraya are laying down their arms after being under siege for four years. The government promised them safe passage, but the UN is concerned for their safety. Civilians burned their possessions before being evacuated, and said goodbye to the dead in the cemetery. Few expect to return.
The United States has withdrawn some of its advisors that have been coordinating Saudi bombing runs on Yemen. Some Yemenis say it's about time.
Lebanon is home to the world's most Syrian refugees per capita. Syrians say the Lebanese authorities are harassing them and locals suspect them all of being terrorists.
What happens when volunteers from 10 nationalities come together and make lunch for 1,500 people? Or when a band that incorporates US country folk music, Turkish, and classical Arabic music, plays to raise funds and awareness for refugees?
In the aftermath of airstrikes, civilians in Aleppo organize to find the injured.
Eastern Aleppo could turn into "the largest humanitarian tragedy" of the Syrian conflict, the European Union said.
Five years after the Norway shootings, a survivor reflects on Anders Breivik, the Orlando attack, and guns.
The Shuafat refugee camp in East Jerusalem receives very little in the way of municipal services from the Israelis or the Palestinians. One Palestinian man decided to make it his mission to bring services to his community.
In exchange, the Iranian government promises cash and legal status to undocumented Afghans. Rights groups says the refugees are forced into signing up.