June 2, 2014
On Monday Lebanon finalized its policy towards Syrian refugees living in Lebanon.
The latest violence in Libya's city of Benghazi has left at least 7 people dead.
Multiple groups in Syria's opposition have issued warnings for Syria's June 3 election.
Turkish prosecutors have demanded prison sentences of up to 100 years for five protesters who recently took part in anti-government protests last year.
At least 27 people have been killed by shelling in Aleppo.
Cracks have appeared just hours before the Hamas-Fatah unity government was expected to be announced, with issues regarding a minister for prisoners.
The Israel Air Force bombed two Gaza targets and into Syria in separate incidents over the past 48 hours.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu called an emergency cabinet meeting on Sunday and agreed to completely halt negotiations with the Palestinian Authority for as long as it unites with Hamas.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is reviewing its 2007 Anti-Cybercrime Law to define legal proceedings against social networking sites that promote adultery, homosexuality and atheism.
Lebanon's Prime Minister Salam states that the presidential vacuum should not be used to relinquish of his constitutionally appointed powers.
Complaints of poor electoral proceedings lodged by presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi's campaign party have been rejected by Egypt's Presidential Election Commission.
Lebanon's decision to consider revoking refugee status for Syrians who return to their country to vote was based on security concerns Interior Minister Machnouk said on Sunday.
United States Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas during a two-day visit to Jordan.
June 1, 2014
The names of 17 members of the new Palestinian unity government have been leaked ahead of their scheduled announcement on Monday.
Police in Alexandria have arrested Safwan Mohamed for a sticker on his bag that said "No to Military Trials".