June 12, 2014
Autopsy reports showed that Palestinian teen Nadim Nuwara, who was shot dead by Israeli forces on Nakba Day, was killed by live ammunition.
The U.S. is preparing to send major arm shipments to Iraq because of recent instability in the country.
Iraq's parliament failed to reach a quorum needed to vote on a request for a state of emergency.
A car bomb in Homs has killed at least seven people Thursday.
Kurdish security forces have seized the city of Kirkuk as militants head towards Baghdad.
Egypt's new cabinet will meet Monday to discuss implementing President Sisi's initiatives.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on the international community to support the Iraqi government in its fight against militants.
Two army officials have been killed in a suicide attack at an army checkpoint.
Turkey's foreign minister says Turkey will retaliate if any Turkish national recently abducted by militants in Iraq are harmed.
The ISIL continues to advance in Iraq, recently taking the city of Tikrit. A spokesman for the organization has instructed the militants to march towards Baghdad.
Syrian President Bashar Assad has voiced his support for Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun amidst Lebanon´s ongoing presidential vaccum following Michel Suleiman´s departure from the position on May 25.
June 11, 2014
France´s Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says that Iran must maintain access to only a few hundred centrifuges to overcome the impasse in nuclear talks between Iran, Germany and UN Security Council permanent member states.
Militants have seized the Turkish consulate in Mosul, taking 48 people to a militant base.
The body of a 17-year-old teen who was shot dead by Israeli snipers while he walked down the street on Nakba Day will be exhumed for investigation.
Prominent Shia cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, called for a formation of a new force to help defend religious sites from militants in Iraq, Wednesday.