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A new study from Oxfam estimates that more than 75 percent of Syrian refugees in Lebanon have taken on debt. Some families even rely on remittances from family still in Syria.
Sultan Qaboos of Oman, an understated renaissance man, is perhaps quietly enjoying news of the Iran nuclear deal he helped bring about over a cup of British tea.
While the deal freezes growth in Iran’s nuclear capabilities, Israel says it doesn’t curtail Tehran’s ability to create a nuclear bomb in short order.
Some 13,000 members of the 'Qalandia conditions' page share stories of exasperation and pass on tips for negotiating a checkpoint where the wait can last three hours.
Iranian citizens are anxiously following nuclear talks in Geneva and some feel that world powers are pushing too hard for concessions.
Saudi Arabia may send home about 200,000 Yemeni guest workers, adding to the pool of unemployed men, a potential target for militant recruiters.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu fiercely opposes a deal with Iran, but the Israeli military puts a more positive spin on how a deal could bolster regional stability.
Negotiators open a new round of negotiations on Iran's nuclear program today. On the agenda: defining Iran's 'right' to enrich uranium.
The influx of brutal foreign fighters into Syria's war has intensified infighting within the opposition, forcing activists out of the fight entirely.
Ardie Geldman, who lives in the Israeli settlement of Efrat, regularly speaks to groups with a predominantly pro-Palestinian agenda.