May 28, 2014
Syrian expats are heading to the polls in various countries to vote in Syria's presidential elections.
An Israeli infantry unit violated the southern Lebanese border on Wednesday near al-Ghajjar village.
At least four Tunisian officers were killed in what has been called a "terrorist attack" on the home of the country's Interior Minister.
Due to growing instability in Libya, the U.S. State Department has issued a warning urging Americans in Libya to leave as soon as possible.
U.S. President Barack Obama is planning to authorize the country's armed forces to train selected groups of Syrian rebels.
Hamdeen Sabahi's campaign filed a complaint over the election extension, with Sisi's campaign quickly following suit.
Hamas, the Gaza-based Palestinian resistance movement, says they are ready to hand over power to the newly formed Palestinian unity government.
Egypt extended voting for its presidential election for a third consecutive day due to low turnout over the scheduled Monday-Tuesday period.
May 27, 2014
German authorities welcomed a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency on Iran's nuclear program, saying it will help the progress of Tehran's talks with members of the UN Security Council.
The Syrian National Coalition called the expulsion of Assad's envoy to Jordan a "great victory," Monday, despite Amman attempting to downplay the incident.
Thousands of right-wing Israelis plan to march through Islam's third most holiest site, the Al Aqsa compound on Wednesday, triggering criticism from Palestinian worshippers.
Hamas and Fatah held further talks to prepare for the new unity government in Palestine, which is due to be announced on Thursday.
At least 14 people were killed from a suicide bomb attack in Iraq's capital Tuesday.
Human rights group Amnesty International urged the Palestinian Authority to drop charges against four activists from the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement after they were arrested in April.
Authorities in Morocco have arrested three people accused of recruiting and funding militants to fight in Syria against Assad's regime.