May 8, 2014
The U.S. Embassy in Sanaa will be closed to the public until further notice, the State Department announced late Wednesday.
The trial for the five suspects accused of involvement in the assassination of former Prime MInister Rafik Hariri will not resume their hearing until late June.
Egypt’s cabinet approved on Wednesday a new anti-sexual harassment law. Previously, there has not been a specific law proscribing sexual harassment in Egypt.
Yemeni forces killed the man responsible for killing a Frenchman near the embassy in Sanaa earlier this week.
The leader of the Syrian opposition-in-exile opened a week of meetings and public appearances in the U.S. capital Wednesday with an impassioned call for weapons to help rebels defeat the regime’s well-armed military.
The U.N. is urging Qatar to change the way they deal with migrant workers in their country. The suggestions come after many human rights abuse allegations.
May 7, 2014
Hamas executed two men for collaborating with Israel.
U.S. science writer Eric Lerner is working with Iranian researchers to producer cheaper and greener energy, Press TV reports.
In the second part of Sisi's first interview since announcing his candidacy, Sisi said financial aid from the Gulf states has surpassed $20 billion since June 30.
Hundreds of Syrian rebels remain in the besieged city of Homs, after a convoy was prevented from delivering aid, according to reports from Al-Jadeed television.
Israel spies on its biggest ally more than any other country, a Newsweek report alleges. The Jewish state's foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman has denied all claims on Wednesday.
Yemeni security forces killed three militants linked to recent attacks on diplomats in Sanaa.
Iranian diplomats suggested that Israel is attempting to torpedo the nuclear deal between the P5 +1 group of world powers and Iran, The Guardian newspaper reported.
Lebanese parliament failed for a third time in a row to elect a new president on Wednesday.
Thousands gathered on Tuesday to remember the "Nakba" when more than 760,000 Palestinians were displaced by the creation of Israel in 1948.