May 13, 2014
Iran and the P5+1 will begin a new round of nuclear talks in Vienna today.
Various Palestinian community leaders demanded more action from Israeli authorities against a recent wave of price tag attacks on Arab properties.
Lebanon will file a complaint against Israel before the U.N. Security Council for violating the country’s southern border, an act which sparked wide condemnation from Lebanese officials.
Prince Nasser faces charges of torture but has immunity in Bahrain. If he travels to the United Kingdom, however, human rights lawyers may advocate for his arrest.
Battles raged between al-Qaeda affiliated groups Nusra Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in the Syrian borders with Iraq on Monday, according to a British based activist group.
Car bombs across Iraq have killed at least 12 people Tuesday.
Tel Aviv District Court Judge David Rozen on Tuesday sentenced former prime minister Ehud Olmert to six years of prison time on conviction for two counts of bribery in the Holyland trial.
Nearly a thousand people gathered to demonstrate outside a Turkish courthouse where eight men are standing trial for the killing of a Turkish student during the 2013 protests.
There is strong evidence suggesting that the Syrian government used chlorine gas on three towns in mid-April in direct violation of the chemical weapons treaty that Damascus signed last year, Human Rights Watch reported Tuesday.
The Jordanian ambassador who was kidnapped in Libya last month has been freed.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has won the war in Syria, and the campaign by rebels has failed, senior Iranian foreign policy officials claimed.
At least 14 people have been killed and dozens injured after a new wave of attacks.
A ceremony was held in Iran to recognize its reverse-engineering feat, displaying both the U.S. drone and its Iranian copy.
Influential cleric Youssef al Qaradawi has called for Egyptians to boycott the presidential elections.
May 12, 2014
Unidentified suspects have set fire to Sisi's campaign headquarters.