They called it No Sarkozy Day. Internet bloggers and users of social websites are behind a protest against the French President that took place in
Allawi’s coalition tapped into widespread frustration with the government of al-Maliki, which is accused of inciting sectarian tensions and aligning
Celebrations are getting underway in Baghdad following the victory of Iyad Allawi in Iraq’s parliamentary elections. Without an overall majority
The British Prime Minister has kicked off what some will see as his election campaign, setting out his party’s core policy “pledges”. Speaking to
The Palestinian-Israeli conflict has dominated debate at a summit of the Arab League in Libya. The possibility of peace talks resuming has taken a
Relatives are in despair, as hopes fade for the sailors still missing after a South Korean warship sank on Friday. Gathering to wait for news at a
The winner of Iraq’s elections, Iyad Allawi, says he is open to alliances with any faction. Preliminary results showed his cross-sectarian
Israeli troops and tanks are reported to have left the Gaza Strip after an incursion into the Hamas-controlled territory. The action followed what
US President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Dmitri Medvedev have spoken on the phone, taking an historic step towards a world without
People demonstrate in Damascus in Syria to show their support of Palestinians in the East-Jerusalem crisis with Israel.
Muslims of Malaysia marched to the Swedish Ambassy to protest against a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad.
A volcano in south-central Iceland continues to erupt under a glacier but fears that it could unleash floods of melted water have so far proved to be
South Korean defence officials say it is unlikely the sinking of one of its warships involved an attack by North Korea. Forty six of the crew of
The prospect of peace in the Middle East has suffered a further setback after Palestinian militants and Israeli security forces clashed in the Gaza
Former Iraqi prime minister Iyad Allawi is celebrating a surprise victory in the country’s parliamentary elections. His cross-sectarian Iraqiya
The UK news giants The Times and the Sunday Times are becoming the first mass-market papers to charge for their full online versions. It is a bold