Fear and boredom are front and center in territory held by ISIS extremists in Iraq.
Migrants lugging their meager belongings boarded buses Monday under a French plan to raze the notorious camp that has become a symbol of Europe's refugee crisis.
Ceasefires in Syria and Yemen last week were broken by fighting. But that doesn't mean they were a waste.
The ISIS attacks on France and Belgium exposed weaknesses in Europe’s approach to borders and information sharing that counterterror officials had warned about for years. The vulnerabilities remain largely unaddressed.
Few doubt that the US-backed alliance will beat the Islamic State out of the Iraqi city of Mosul. But solving that problem is expected to unleash new struggles in Iraq and beyond. Here are some of the biggest challenges ahead.
The US fired cruise missiles to defend its ships in the Red Sea — and got drawn deeper into the civil war in Yemen.
Thousands of fake bomb detectors were marketed and sold in the Middle East. But even though the manufacturers have been jailed for fraud, security guards are still using the phony detectors.
The only female obstetrician left in eastern Aleppo says she's living in a ghost town.
ISIS appears to have weaponized drones. It's the latest example of the terror group's ability to adapt and innovate on the battlefield.
Her mother was pregnant when assailants bundled her father into the back of a car in Beirut in 1985. Six years later he was released, but the family's life would never be the same.