The crucial port of Hodeidah appears to be the next flashpoint in Yemen's ongoing civil war.
In an attempt to bolster its global dominance, China is exporting its own particular brand of censorship around the world, and Turkey is its latest customer.
Algeria's military junta has announced the arrest of an ISIS cell reportedly planning to attack Algiers. But North African branches of ISIS will be harder to tackle in the long run.
Arab media reports that Arab states and Israel are negotiating a deal to grant Gaza territory in Sinai, and lift the blockade. But is this any more than a pipe dream?
The Thai government's efforts to crack down on human trafficking are finally beginning to bear fruit, catching some high profile individuals. But there is much more to be done.
Attempts to re-unite Ukraine peacefully have been dealt a blow as the leader of the Russia-aligned Donetsk People's Republic called for the creation of a successor state to Ukraine, with its capital in Donetsk. His plan is unlikely to come to fruition, but it shows peace is far off.
By and large, Lebanon has kept out of the Syrian Civil War, for reasons both political and military. But recent tensions around the Juroud Arsal region may draw Michel Aoun and his nation into the fray.
A year after the failed coup and Erdoğan's subsequent crackdown on Turkish civil society, protests organized by opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu have stunned the regime.
Former FBI Director James Comey appears ready to join a long list of senior leakers who go unpunished for their wrongdoing. Not so for the unwashed, those outside of "this Town's" club of well-heeled CYAer's.
Activists across Mexico have petitioned the ICC to investigate both sides in Mexico's decade-old war on drugs for crimes against humanity and war crimes.