BBC News - Middle East
Mohammed Morsi: UN calls for inquiry into ex-Egyptian president's death
The 67-year-old former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi died after collapsing in court.
Gulf crisis: US sends more troops amid tanker tension with Iran
The US has blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in the region, claims Iran calls "unfounded".
Bella Hadid apologises for 'offensive' photo
Model Bella Hadid says sorry as people take offence of a photo showing her boot facing Middle East aircraft
Michel Platini questioned over awarding of World Cup to Qatar
Former Uefa president Michel Platini is questioned by French anti-corruption investigators over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.
Iran nuclear deal: Enriched uranium limit will be breached on 27 June
It will exceed the amount allowed under a nuclear deal, amid heightened tensions over US sanctions.
Syrian universities weakened by 'brain-drain', says report
Syria's war is near an end but its universities are struggling to help the country's recovery.
Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara admits misusing public funds
Sara Netanyahu is fined $12,490 (£9,917) after being convicted of misusing state funds for meals.
Golan Heights: Israel unveils 'Trump Heights' settlement
Its PM said the move honoured the US president for recognising Israel's sovereignty over the Golan.
Gulf of Oman: Saudi Arabia blames tanker attacks on rival Iran
Iran has denied any involvement in Thursday's attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
Yemen war: Second assault on Saudi Abha airport in two days
Saudi officials said drones, launched by Yemeni rebels, were intercepted at Abha airport.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike
Her husband is also joining her in refusing food, as they demand her unconditional release in Iran.
Africa Cup of Nations: Algeria replace dropped Haris Belkebla
Algeria call-up Andy Delort to replace Haris Belkebla, after his omission from the squad for the Africa Cup of Nations 'to maintain discipline'.
Nizar Zakka: Iran releases Lebanese US resident convicted of spying
Nizar Zakka, a businessman with US permanent residency, was arrested during a visit to Iran in 2015.
Egypt's Mohammed Morsi: A turbulent presidency cut short
Mohammed Morsi was Egypt's first democratically elected president before being overthrown in 2013.
Iran, the US and the Gulf: What now?
Could the US respond militarily to what it sees as "unprovoked attacks" on tankers in the Gulf of Oman?
Syria war: Why does the battle for Idlib matter?
The UN says a full-scale assault on the last rebel stronghold could "unleash a humanitarian nightmare".
Israel's Netanyahu: Is 'King' Bibi's crown slipping?
The decision to call fresh snap elections is a political crisis for Israel's PM, says Tom Bateman.
Ali Dorani: Iranian cartoonist on the drawings that saved his life
Ali Dorani fled Iran only to find himself trapped in the controversial Manus Island detention camp.
Iraq's Christians 'close to extinction'
UK Christian leaders are accused of failing to speak out as an ancient community faces annihilation.
The most powerful group left facing Assad
Who are Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, the most powerful group in the last province held by rebels in Syria?
I never met my daughter's dad - she was his dying wish
Liat Malka was 35 and single when she decided she wanted a child. The sperm donor she found had died five years previously.
Why Israel eyes the EU with distrust
Despite Israelis' love of Eurovision, many view Europe with distrust, says James Landale.
Why the WhatsApp spies may have eyes on Iran
The cyber-attack may be a calling card in the shadowy struggle between Israel, Gulf states and their common foe.
Egypt justice: Freedom by day, prisoner by night
The Egyptians who are prisoners by night and free men by day.
Iran threatens to breach further enrichment limits
Iran warns European powers it may enrich uranium beyond 3.67% purity in retaliation for US sanctions.
Gulf of Oman tanker attacks: US video shows 'Iran removing mine'
The BBC's Frank Gardner looks at the evidence the US says proves Iran's involvement in Thursday's attacks in the Gulf of Oman.
Activist Iyad el-Baghdadi on 'CIA warning' over his safety
Iyad el-Baghdadi, who often criticises leaders in the Middle East, on threats to his safety.
Why does the Strait of Hormuz matter?
Iran has threatened that if its oil exports are stopped, then no oil can pass the Strait of Hormuz.
Aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln in the Arabian Sea
The US has increased its military presence in the Middle East after what it says is "credible intelligence" of an Iranian threat.
Gunman kills security personnel in Lebanon's Tripoli
Two police officers and two soldiers die in a "lone wolf attack" in the Lebanese city of Tripoli.