We bring you the rare testimony of a woman married to a jihadist who recently escaped from Raqqa. She is now at a camp 50 kilometres north of the Syrian city. Our correspondents James Andre and Mayssa Awad spoke to her.
Next, we explore Lebanon's military courts, which in some cases also judge ordinary civilians. According to Human Rights Watch, last year alone, Lebanese military courts tried over 300 young people, all under the age of 18. Some of them were allegedly tortured.
Finally, increasing amounts of prescription drugs and marijuana have been finding their way into the Gaza Strip. Many of the drugs are smuggled through the southern border with Egypt, while others arrive through its eastern border with Israel.