April 10, 2014
Five Israeli settlers were arrested for attacking army soldiers and vandalizing IDF vehicles, bringing the total number of arrests to eight this week.
Some 20 Syrian refugee families with ties to the regime have returned to their hometown of Flita, according to Syrian army sources.
Armed men opened fire on the Lebanese army, prompting an overnight battle in Tripoli, north of Lebanon.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is ready to extend peace talks past the April 29 deadline.
Israel has asked the United Nations to take action against Hezbollah after the party's secretary-general, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, said that his group was behind a blast that targeted Israeli troops last month.
The U.S. and Turkey will follow up on new accusations that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons in recent months.
Kuwait expects "positive steps" to be implemented to end the Gulf rift between Qatar and other GCC countries.
Anti-Morsi actors in Egypt are accusing the Muslim Brotherhood of trying to "infiltrate" the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Bahrainis continue to hold anti-government protests across the country, despite a heavy government crackdown.
Violent attacks in mostly Shiite areas in Iraq left at least 34 people dead Wednesday.
A UN report shows that in 2013, 99.3 percent of Egyptian women experienced some form of sexual harassment.
Hamas told reporters Wednesday that the Palestinian Authority should end security cooperation with Israel.
At least 25 people, including women and children, have been killed in two car bomb attacks in the besieged Syrian city of Homs.
The Arab League stated that buying time is a 'strategic objective' for Israel.
April 9, 2014
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.