The killing of Soleimani by the United States has sharpened Iran's mission, one expert told Newsweek.
The report by Physicians for Human Rights was based on testimony from hospital patients.
The programme aiding over 100,000 people made homeless will be suspended after donors pulled out.
Nabil has lost his arm, his wife, two daughters, two sons, two brothers and six other family members
Our Jan. 19 article on China's economic success drew mixed responses. One attributed the success to a "unique brand of socialist democracy." Another contended that we didn't tell the whole story, noting that "there are multitudes of beggars and homeless people present in almost every Chinese city." Dissecting China's EconomyRana Foroohar's "Why China Works" (Jan. 19) was most informative.
Our Jan. 16 cover story on Ariel Sharon propelled readers to ponder his legacy. One praised his "warrior background"; another labeled him a "warmonger." As for the future of the Mideast, one cautioned against placing "the hopes of bringing peace on the shoulders of overwhelmed mortals."I was moved by reading " 'I'm Not Afraid' " (Jan. 16), about Ariel Sharon.