April 16, 2014
Jordan's air force shot down armored vehicles trying to enter the Kingdom from Syria Wednesday.
At least four people died from Syrian regime airstrikes in the rebel-held town of Zabadani along the Lebanese border.
Three Palestinians were injured and five were wounded on Wednesday after an explosion went off in the Gaza Strip, a medical official reported.
The Jordanian State Security Court on Tuesday sentenced three Syrians to five-year prison terms for attempting to provide arms and explosives to the Free Syrian Army (FSA).
Clashes between worshippers and Israeli forces on Wednesday morning have left dozens injured at the Al Aqsa Mosque.
The autonomous Kurdish region of Iraq is digging a trench along its border with Syria in order to prevent militants from the neighboring civil war from entering its territory.
Following the death of an Israeli man in Hebron earlier this week, Israel's Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon told Israel Radio on Wednesday that Prime Minister Netanyahu should cancel the peace talks until the Palestinians condemn the killing.
The U.S. has refused to issue a visa to Iran's newly appointed ambassador to the United Nations, Hamid Aboutalebi.
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are in process to extend the crumbling peace process beyond the April 29 deadline, according to U.S. officials.
New footage coming out of Syria shows rebel forces fighting against the Syrian government with US-made anti-tank missiles.
Syrian army troops backed by pro-regime militiamen entered rebel-held neighborhoods of Homs Tuesday after seizing the last village in the mountainous Qalamoun region on Lebanon’s border.
Lebanon's interior minister announced Tuesday that Syrian refugees now represent 27 percent of Lebanon's population
April 15, 2014
A prominent army officer and seven others died in Iraq Tuesday.
Jordan's ambassador to Libya is being held by Al Qaeda-affiliated kidnappers who are demanding the release of a Libyan who is serving a life prison sentence in Jordan.
Saudi Arabia has replaced its intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan "at his own request."