May 6, 2014
At least eight people were killed in Iraq Tuesday in clashes near the militant-held city of Fallujah and near Iraq's capital.
A roadside bomb killed a Nusra leader inside Syria on Tuesday.
Egypt's presidential hopeful Abdel Fattah Al Sisi told reporters this week that there will be no Muslim Brotherhood movement in the country if he becomes the head of state.
A tunnel bomb has killed at least 30 Syrian soldiers.
The U.S. government conveyed a clear message to the Lebanese government asking it not to facilitate the voting process of thousands of Syrians living in Lebanese territories in the Syrian elections next month.
The Cairo Court for Urgent Matters banned on Tuesday members of Hosni Mubarak’s now defunct National Democratic Party from running in parliamentary, presidential as well as local unit elections.
A Bahraini police post in a small Shiite village near the capital was attacked by assailants throwing Molotov cocktails overnight, an interior ministry official said Tuesday.
Infighting between al Nusra Front and ISIL in the eastern Syria has killed 74 people.
Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have agreed on how the Agency will carry out inspections of the Arak heavy water plant in central Iran.
In his first interview since announcing his candidacy, Sisi said that he has survived two attempts on his life.
Clashes raged Monday in the Yarmouk neighborhood in southern Damascus around the Palestinian refugee camp as the latest mediation effort got underway to end the regime blockade of the rebel-held area.
The Obama administration gave approval Monday for the Syrian opposition to open a formal diplomatic mission in Washington, on the first day of a visit to the American capital by National Coalition leader Ahmad Jarba.
The U.S. government will now recognize offices of the Syrian opposition as "foreign diplomatic missions."
May 5, 2014
Hamas released six prisoners affiliated with Fatah on Monday.
A Frenchman was killed and another wounded in an attack in Sana'a.