June 1, 2014
Egypt's newly elected President Sisi is expected to give his first presidential statement on Egypt's "new politics", expressing a strong stance on adopting national independence.
Iran says its ballistic missiles can destroy moving targets with pinpoint precision, making Iran and Russia the only countries in the world with this technology.
More than 100 people have been arrested and fatalities reported during the one-year anniversary of Turkey's anti-government demonstrations.
Nusra Front briefly kidnapped and tortured three Lebanese teenagers in Arsal.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu calls on the international community to not sanction a Fatah and Hamas government as it "will strengthen terrorism".
The U.N. says the death toll in Iraq during the month of May was nearly 800 people.
An Israeli NGO reports that thousands of Palestinians have been without water since March because the Israeli government cut their water supplies.
Egypt's current prime minister, Ibrahim Mahlab, said Sunday that he will step down next week when president-elect Abdel Fatah al Sisi is sworn in.
Three future Palestinian ministers have been denied entry to the West Bank by Israel.
Six Egyptian border guards were killed after being targeted by smugglers along the western border region.
Opposition parties in Bahrain have decided to boycott the parliamentary and municipal elections that are scheduled to take place in October.
Polls revealed that 95% of Syrian expats have taken part in Syria's presidential elections ahead of the June 3 vote that will take place inside the country.
Lebanese authorities have asked refugees to refrain from entering Syria starting June 1 or risk losing their status in an attempt to organize the growing refugee crisis in the country.
May 31, 2014
Two women were among the dead after police fired rounds during a rally for ousted president Mohamed Morsi in Cairo, Friday.
Israeli forces injured a Palestinian fisherman on the Gaza Strip coastline, medical officials say.