It is not all bad news in Afghanistan. Away from the media glare, Afghans enjoy Bamyan's powder snow as they burn some calories on skies and snowboards.
The film which premiered at the prestigious Sundance festival tells a dread-inspiring tale about the excesses of monarchy, silenced peoples made possible by the US.
A trending video in Turkey inaccurately mocks Syrians for being lazy and living off handouts from the government.
The "Deal of the Century" puts Palestinians in an impossible position. Israel will hold them all collectively responsible for rejecting the deal, even though they have no state that can represent them in negotiations.
As the country slides closer to economic collapse and people are unable to access their money, questions are being asked about how the currency was kept stable for so many years during economic stagnation.
Camps in Syria have been crippled by heavy rainfall and cold weather, making life harder for displaced Syrian families.
The proxy wars are being fought by countries over land that doesn't belong to them and its the Iraqis who are paying with their lives.
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As sectarian political networks have been maneuvering to undermine anti-sectarian demonstrations, the country's political elite is likely to remain a dominant force.
The government’s revamp of the way it teaches students aims to ensure motivation to learn comes intrinsically rather than from the outside.
The country’s massive cathedral project sheds light on the deep links between Pentecostal, Evangelist leaders and the political elite.
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