The courts behind Morsi's death sentence
An Egyptian court sentenced ex-president Morsi to death this month (AFP/file)
Justice in Egypt
The recent death penalty issued for former president Muhammad Morsi was only part of a series of mass sentences in Egypt that have condemned hundreds to death. But what is the judicial system that is behind this work like?
Source: The Arabist
A wartime education
We are often faced with the problem of getting kids to stay in school, but the story of this Syrian girl's tumultuous education shows the determination of some to learn, whatever the circumstances.
Source: Damascus Bureau
Why Saudi Arabia's Yemen war in not producing victory
With the Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen having now resumed after a humanitarian ceasefire, other states are starting to think that Riyadh jumped into this war without a clear plan.
Source: Al Monitor