July 24, 2013
About 80 percent of the supply tunnels have been closed, and prices for staples in Gaza are soaring.
Plainclothes police, some of them dressed in neon-colored vests and black ski masks, knocked down doors of houses in at least 10 villages across the tiny Gulf monarchy on Monday and arrested several people
A possible car bomb went off near a building housing embassies and offices.
One person was killed and 17 others wounded after a bomb was hurled at a police station in an Egyptian province early Wednesday
Mixed reactions to the decision continued to be issued by Lebanese leaders from across the political spectrum, further highlighting the rift in the country’s internal politics.
As of July 22, the UN says over 633,000 Syrians escaping their war-torn country have crossed into Lebanon.
Saudi Arabia's U.N. delegation called on Tuesday for increased international pressure on Israel to seek genuine peace with the Palestinians and put an end to human rights violations
July 23, 2013
Conflicting reports said at least six to 10 people had died in Egypt violence.
The embittered cabinet members quit, arguing that the Islamist Justice and Development party (PJD), was hurting the poor by reducing food and fuel subsidies too fast.
The prisoners, from the West Bank and Gaza, were sentenced before the 1993 signing of the Oslo peace accords
the decision came in light of a series of meetings held between former Prime Minister Saad Hariri and senior officials in al-Mustaqbal (The Future) movement.
His call came hours after clashes between supporters and opponents of Mursi killed four people.
The drop has sparked rising concerns among relief officials of a “mass build-up” of hundreds of Syrians unable to cross into Jordan.
Irancell has apologized to Sunni Muslims for a mobile phone competition seen as insulting to Umar bin al-Khattab.
The activists also vowed to continue fighting to see the law strengthened and expanded.