June 17, 2014
Iraq's government blamed Saudi Arabia this week for the escalation of violence and bloodshed within its borders.
Yemen's air force attacked Shiite rebels in the country's northern region Tuesday in response to the collapse of the short-lived truce between the Houthi minority and Sanaa.
Washington announced Tuesday that the U.S. has captured the primary suspect of the 2012 attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi that left the ambassador and three others dead
Israeli forces clashed with Palestinians as the IDF conducted door-to-door raids across the West Bank in search of three teenage settlers.
Syrian rebels took control of the Al Qaim Iraqi-Syria border crossing Tuesday.
that Turkey has officially evacuated its consulate in Iraq's southern city of Basra Tuesday due to the deteriorating security situation in the country.
Kuwait will assist refugees and local host communities in Lebanon with aid, National Assembly Speaker Razouk al-Ghanim said during a visit to the country.
A Lebanese army soldier was shot dead in the early hours of Tuesday during a shooting attack in Tripoli, a security source said.
Over half of people in Turkey believe there is no press freedom in the country, according to a recent survey.
The British embassy is set to open in Tehran, in a move to rebuild a diplomatic relationship with the Shia republic amid growing violence in Iraq.
ISIS militants tried to woo the residents of Mosul with cheap gas and water along with other popular initiatives, despite reports that only Sunni Iraqis returned to the city.
Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council started a second day of negotiations to strike a deal over Tehran's nuclear program.
A Lebanon prosecutor on Tuesday charged five Syrian men with belonging to an Al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist group.
Iraqi security forces successfully fended off ISIL militants who attacked Baquoba early Tuesday.
Clashes between ISIL militants and other rebel groups erupted in Syria as Bashar Assad's fighter jets raided the city of al-Raqqah.