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A handout photo issued by the Ministry of Defence of Abu Qatada  at RAF Northolt in West London boarding a private flight bound for Jordan. Photograph: PA

Radical cleric Abu Qatada has been deported from Britain to Jordan to stand trial on terrorism charge.In a statement on the British government website(...)

Islamist protesters, one with a picture of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, show bloodied hands after troops opened fire in Nasr city, Cairo. Photograph: AP

What is the Muslim Brotherhood? Known as al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun in Arabic, the Muslim Brotherhood is a movement that blends political activism with cha(...)

‘What is happening in Egypt is the fall of what is known as political Islam,” Syrian president Bashar al-Assad pronounced confidently on Wednesday. As(...)

US secretary of state John Kerry gestures as he meets Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem yesterday. After seeing Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in Jordan, Kerry travelled to Jerusalem for evening talks with Netanyahu – a meeting that had been originally expected today. Photograph: Reuters/Jacquelyn Martin

US secretary of state John Kerry is to meet Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu tonight for the third time in consecutive days as he pushes his (...)

Mark Dempsey believes in getting value for money. Five years ago, he chose armed British security guards working for a small security company in Ba(...)

A Syrian child gathers water in the Za’atari refugee camp in Mafraq, Jordan. Record numbers of refugees are fleeing the violence and bombings in Syria to cross the borders to safety in northern Jordan and overwhelming the camp. Photograph: Getty Images

The crisis in Syria is getting worse every day. Over 1.6 million people have fled to neighbouring countries, and more than 4 million are displaced wit(...)

Some professions are more than just a job, they are a vocation. Medicine is one such calling, according to Musa Sharkawi, one of the 226 future doctor(...)

Free Syrian Army fighters are pictured through a hole in a wall in Deir al-Zor. Phootgraphh: Khalil Ashawi/Reuters

Russia’s foreign minister has said the evidence put forward by the United States of chemical weapons use in Syria apparently does not meet stringent c(...)

Theo Cullinane: “All construction is local. Why would I bring up a fellow from Kerry to plaster a house in Donegal?” Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

He probably wouldn’t admit it, but Theo Cullinane looks close to mastering the art of being in at least two places at once. The Corkman is chief execu(...)

Australia’s national soccer team head coach Holger Osieck who has  apologised for saying that ‘women should shut up in public’

Australia coach Holger Osieck has apologised after saying “women should shut up in public” following the Socceroos’ World Cup qualifying victory over (...)

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