Islamist leaders in Gaza are convinced that moves are being made to hold it alone responsible for Palestinian national strife, writes Saleh Al-Naami
Pogrom in Nablus
There is an unsaid understanding between the army and settlers, argues Khaled Amayreh in Ramallah
At least one car bomb targeting the US Embassy in the Yemeni capital Sanaa blew up at the front gate of the compound on Wednesday, killing 10 to 16 people...
Another attempt at dialogue
Lebanese leaders began another attempt at dialogue this week, but were poles apart on the only real item on the agenda: Hizbullah's arms, Raed Rafei and Lucy Fielder report from Beirut
A place under the sun
Will Tartus be the first Russian military base in the Mediterranean or just a service and repair station? Bassel Oudat writes from Damascus
New power behind the throne
Unlike his predecessor, Raymond Odierno might face an even tougher job of maintaining a secure Iraq, writes Saif Nasrawi
'Help to return'
Oula Farawati in Amman speaks to Iraqi refugees whose stories are underlined by poverty and loss of hope