Instead of crossing Syria, Turkey’s truckers now sail around it, driving home an age-old truth: In war, commerce improvises.
At the Turkey-Syria border, cheap cars bought from Europe are sold for sometimes triple the price.
"Is it because of the color of my skin or ... the name of my country?" Abdulrahman Ali Alharbi asked in his first interview since the attacks
Contrary to Sweden's idyllic image, the country suffers from growing income disparities and youth unemployment.
Pakistanis are skeptic about the new guidelines set for targeted strikes.