With Trump, ongoing difficulties in the UK and younger members calling for a more confrontational approach, can the Muslim Brotherhood survive?
The testimonies in Tunisia's Truth and Dignity Commission took Amel Agrebi back 30 years when her husband was imprisoned and tortured
Trinidad and Tobago is among the countries that have contributed the most fighters to IS per capita
Months after the battle for Sirte was declared 'over,' women raped by IS are still imprisoned for questioning by forces of UN-backed government
Arab immigrants have become a normal part of everyday life, but in many ways they remain a community apart