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Syria returns Légion d'honneur award to France
The Légion d'honneur is handed back after France joined the US and Britain in air strikes on Syria.
Iran arrests official after youths dance at shopping centre concert
The head of Mashhad's Islamic guidance department had authorised a concert at a shopping centre.
The peace talks with a difference
How one man is getting ordinary Palestinians and Israelis to talk peace with each other.
What's the first film to be shown in Saudi Arabian cinemas?
For the first time in 35 years, Saudis are allowed to go to the cinema.
Mohammed Zammar: German jihadist 'detained by Syrian Kurds'
Mohammed Zammar, who was linked to the 9/11 attackers, is reportedly being held in northern Syria.
The holiday village run by spies
An idyllic holiday resort on the banks of the Red Sea was a base for Israeli spies with a secret mission.
Belgium firms prosecuted over exporting Sarin precursor to Syria
The three firms say they did not know their exports of a Sarin-linked chemical to Syria might be illegal.
Syria 'chemical attack': Shooting delays OPCW visit to site
It is unclear when chemical weapons experts will be able to start work after Tuesday's incident.
How does the OPCW test for chemical weapons?
Experts describe the challenges facing those investigating an alleged chemical attack in Syria.
In pictures: Israel at 70 - seven major moments
Seven major moments from Israel's history, as the country turns 70.
Inside Douma: Where 'chemical weapons' hit
A journey into the recently recaptured city reveals humanitarian suffering and a bomb-making factory.
Why has Saudi Arabia decided cinemas are OK?
Saudi Arabia's decision to open its first cinema for 35 years hints at wider changes taking place.
Music by Nazi death camp prisoners played for first time
The songs were collected over decades by an Italian composer and performed at a concert in Israel.
Syria air strikes: Why now and will they work?
Experts explain why the US, Britain and France have chosen to launch air strikes in Syria and how effective this will be.
Syria air strikes: Were they legal?
Legal justifications can be made, but do they stack up? Law Professor Marc Weller looks at the arguments.
PJ Crowley: Can Trump walk away after Syria air strikes?
The US leader has all but admitted the broader Syrian war is not a US interest, writes PJ Crowley.
Syria air strikes: Missiles fired from French naval ship
Footage of cruise missiles being launched from a ship in an unknown location and French jets taking off.
Syria air strikes: Will West's attack sway Syria's Assad?
Double the firepower with new allies - but is it enough to stop Assad's chemical weapon use?
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