Many people think of the civil war in Yemen in broad terms - Shia versus Sunni, Saudi Arabia versus Iran. But what does the constant fighting mean to those in the country? Jane Ferguson examines how the ongoing struggle is…
After government crackdowns in Bahrain crushed the Arab spring uprising, divisions between Shia and Sunni Muslims have widened. Margaret Warner reports from Bahrain on the feelings of unease in the wealthy Persian Gulf nation.
Preliminary results in Saturday's provincial elections in Iraq show Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's Dawa party garnering the most votes in nine provinces, but falling short of operating without a coalition.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Thursday that the Lebanese government had declared war on his Shiite militant group by declaring its private telecommunications network an illegal threat to state security.
Efforts to revise the constitution in violence-ravaged Iraq threatened to come off the rails when negotiations with key Sunni politicians ended after their largest bloc in parliament left the government Aug. 1.
A series of conversations about what may happen in Iraq after U.S. troops leave continues with Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., who has been pushing for the partitioning Iraq into more clearly organized ethnic areas.