Only a fraction of promised international aid has reached Syrian refugees in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon, a rights group says.
Two years after fleeing Iraq, one woman’s plans for resettlement are still on hold. A minority among refugees in Jordan, is her plight being overlooked?
As tensions simmer in Jerusalem, a linchpin of Israel’s security relationship with the Arab world is put to the test.
With no ties to terrorist groups, the motive for the attack remains unknown.
Prince Zeid Raad al-Hussein has emerged as the Middle East's most prominent defender of human rights — both in the region of his birth, and the United States.
Experts say a heavy burden rests on Abdullah's shoulder.
DHS won’t talk about the rationale for the drastic change to existing policy.
Syria on Notice; Eastern Europe Eyeing Russia Warily; and Lots More
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will not attend after his requests to honor Ali were denied.
Turkey's president and Jordan's king will pay tribute to their boxing idol in person.
The crucial highway linking Jordan to Baghdad runs right at the heart of Fallujah — and retaking it could keep Jordan from economic collapse.
Twelve thousand refugees are battling disease and exhaustion in a barren stretch of desert along the Jordanian-Syrian border.