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Past articles by Adam:

Australian Amer Khayat tricked by brothers into joining bomb plot to be released from Beirut prison

Jailed for two years in a notorious prison outside Beirut after being caught up in a bomb plot planned by two of his brothers, Amer Khayat is now set to be released. → Read More

'I didn't want to sit and watch': Jailed Australian IS fighter says 'charity banquet' convinced him to go to Syria

An Australian member of the Islamic State group says he was convinced to go to Syria to fight after attending charity banquets in Australia, saying the idea of an Islamic caliphate seduced a lot of people. → Read More

Iraq stampede kills at least 31 people as militant group Hezbollah issues new warning to Israel

At least 31 people died in a stampede in Iraq during commemorations for the Shia holy day of Ashura, while tens of thousands of Hezbollah supporters marched in south Beirut to mark the end of the mourning period. → Read More

Australia unwise to put its soldiers 'in hands of a fool like Trump', says Iranian hostage taker

Australian troops risk being killed far from their lands in a place they didn't have to be in the first place after Scott Morrison's decision to join a US-led effort in the Strait of Hormuz, says a key figure in Iran's long conflict with the US. → Read More

Iran says Australia is taking a big risk joining US troops in Strait of Hormuz

Iran says Australia's standing in the Middle East has been damaged by the decision to join the United States in patrolling the Strait of Hormuz. → Read More

Human Rights Watch calls for return of Australians in al-Hawl

Human Rights Watch is calling for it to bring home a group of Australian women and children held in Syria's al-Hawl camp for the families of the Islamic State group. → Read More

IS attacks becoming more frequent after losing the caliphate

Four months after the Islamic State group lost the last piece of its caliphate, attacks by the extremist group are becoming more frequent. → Read More

Australian govt under pressure to bring home ISIS families

Kurdish authorities are calling on the Australian government to do more to bring home Australian women and children stranded in a refugee camp for the families of the Islamic State group. → Read More

Father of IS member wants his son to face justice

The father of an IS member held in a Kurdish prison wants Australia to help bring his son home to face justice. → Read More

Trump son-in-law unveils White House plan for the Middle East

President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner says the first step to ending conflict in the Middle East is attracting foreign investment to the Palestinian Territories. → Read More

Crews abandon ship after two tankers attacked in Gulf of Oman

Tensions in the Middle East have escalated dramatically after attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Iran has denied responsibility for the attacks, which occurred just outside its maritime boundary. → Read More

Wheat crops set ablaze in Syria but arsonists' identity unclear

Fire is being used as a weapon of war in northern Syria, where a bumper wheat crop is being destroyed by hundreds of fast-moving fires lit by arsonists. → Read More

Syrian refugees in Lebanon forced to demolish makeshift housing

Lebanon is enforcing a rule which states that only temporary structures are allowed in refugee camps, and forcing Syrian refugees to demolish any brick or concrete structures they've built to improve their housing. → Read More

Australian Muslim doctor Jamal Rifi takes legal fight to Lebanon after 'being labelled a Zionist'

Sydney GP Dr Jamal Rifi says he is the victim of a smear campaign orchestrated by the Shia militant group Hezbollah and its supporters. → Read More

Syria releases first group of IS family member refugees

The first large group of refugees has been released from the camp in Syria that was established for ISIS family members, including a group of Australians. → Read More

Hundreds of Islamic State women and children released from Syrian al-Hawl refugee camp

A large group of people, mostly women and children, is allowed to leave the sprawling al-Hawl refugee camp, which is also home to a group of Australians. → Read More

Lebanon faces economic collapse

Lebanon's economy is on the brink of collapse and big austerity measures are coming, in a desperate attempt to keep the nation afloat. → Read More

Lebanese photographer who took iconic civil war image searches for the man who saved his life

A moment of joy in a warzone turned to horror when the photographer behind this image was shot in the head. He's spent decades searching for the piano-playing soldier who saved his life. → Read More

Inside the fiery battle to retake Islamic State's final pocket of territory in Baghouz, Syria

Using satellite imagery, reporting from the ground and the vast amounts of content posted to social media, we've pieced together the fierce and complex battle to reclaim the final slither of land from Islamic State in Syria. → Read More

'I want to come back to my country': Australian jihadi bride in Syrian refugee camp speaks out

She left her life in Australia to marry an Islamic State group fighter in Syria. But as the caliphate crumbles, this woman says her child is gravely ill and she wants to come back. → Read More