April 22, 2014
Palestinian Christian citizens of Israel will not receive army conscription papers directly on their sixteenth birthday
The Arab League condemned Syria's plans to hold a presidential election while the country's civil war continues to envelope the country in violence Tuesday.
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon issued new arrest warrants Tuesday for the five suspects accused of involvement in the assassination of former premier Rafik Hariri.
Director general of Homefront Security, Dan Ronen resigned from his position on Tuesday over an alleged dispute.
Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah met Tuesday in an effort to "reconcile their rival leaderships" as peace talks with Israel continue to deteriorate.
Ex Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will stand trial again along with 34 Muslim Brotherhood leaders on April 28.
Eleven defendants who stand accused of participating in the Port Said football massacre, which left 72 fans dead, have had their trial adjourned.
Palestinian refugees in Syria's Yarmouk camp intend to protest against militant groups blocking aid from entering the besieged camp.
Unidentified militant gunmen dressed in military garb killed 10 Iraqi guards when they stormed a balloting center in an overnight attack in the country's north, a senior police official said Tuesday.
Israeli forces clashed with Palestinians in the town of Awarta in the West Bank.
A "massive and unprecedented" military operation targeting al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is underway in Yemen, according to an unnamed Yemeni official.
Jordan has summoned the Israeli ambassador to Amman over recent clashes at al Aqsa mosque compound in East Jerusalem.
The U.S. State Department is investigating allegations that a toxic chemical weapon was used in Syria this month.
Bahrainis held protests across many villages on Monday.
Amnesty International announced Monday that it had serious concerns about Israel's excessive use of force against Palestinians and others.