July 17, 2013
Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and 34 Muslim Brotherhood officials have been summoned in for questioning by the Egyptian state court.
Of the nearly 1.8 million refugees identified by the U.N. Refugee Agency, two-thirds have fled this year
Refugees dismiss the allegations as a slander.
Pro-regime Syrian politician Mohammad Jemo was shot dead inside his home in south Lebanon early Wednesday.
The student has served half of a 3-year sentence.
One Egyptian army officer and five soldiers were wounded when gunmen attacked three army camps in the restive Sinai Penenusula
It will be Kerry's sixth Middle East trip since February.
July 16, 2013
Hasan Rouhai has sent messages of support to Syrian President and leader of Hezbollah.
More than 400 protesters have been arrested by Egyptian security forces following Monday night's violence.
The Sudanese President leaves an African Union summit in Nigeria early amidst arrest speculation.
Speaker Nabih Berri warned in remarks published Tuesday that excluding Hezbollah from the upcoming Cabinet could lead to the destruction of the country.
Egyptian security forces and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood continue to clash in the nation’s capital
"We will provide whatever support is needed by our Syrian brothers," said Abdul Rashid Abbasi, a top commander of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan which is linked to al-Qaida
In an interview with Britain’s Daily Telegraph, head of the Free Syrian Army General Salim Idriss, said the move would “leave us alone to be killed” by President Bashar al-Assad
Egypt will endanger its "second chance" for democracy if the military-led interim government persists in cracking down on Islamists, a top U.S. diplomat said.