BBC News - Middle East
People started by showing how different they look after 10 years - now they're looking at the world.
Egypt is the first Arab country to authorise the sale of flibanserin - but how well is it going down?
The army says the man, whom it named as Colin Emery, is suspected of crossing illegally from Israel.
US Vice-President Mike Pence made the claim on the same day as an apparent suicide bombing in Manbij.
A US-born journalist working for Iranian media was allegedly subjected to "violent and abusive" treatment.
Police arrest a top lawyer as part of an inquiry into claims appointments were traded for sexual favours.
Rahaf Mohammed makes her first public statement since arriving in Canada after being granted asylum.
More than a third of Lebanon's population is refugees. Storm Norma's left many of their homes flooded.
Soldiers have been stationed at this base for a month - but already their future in the region is in doubt.
As the boycott of Qatar by four of its neighbours enters a third calendar year, what is its continuing impact?
It is written into manager Jan Kocian's contract that he won't enter war-torn Yemen, so how is he preparing the country's football team for their first major tournament?