April 6, 2014
Mortar attacks killed two in Damascus on Sunday.
Iran and the P5+1 will soon begin drafting a final nuclear agreement.
The Syrian National Coaltion - the main anti-Assad opposition group - have begun the process of electing a new political authority.
Israel threatened Sunday to take Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to the International Criminal Court in the Hague to be tried for war crimes.
The Lebanese army have begun implementing a security plan in the Bekaa valley that includes dismantling all Hezbollah checkpoints and setting up stricter border policies.
Palestinian Authority minister of social affairs released a report this weekend showing that over 1,500 Palestinian children have been killed by Israeli forces since 2000.
The Jordanian authorities have dismissed reports that a Syrian refugee woman was killed at Zaatari camp after clashes with security forces broke out this weekend.
U.S. special envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks will meet with both negotiation teams Sunday in an effort to salvage the crumbling peace process.
Several targets in the Gaza Strip were hit by Israeli airstrikes on Sunday morning after a rocket fired from Gaza landed near an Israeli town on Saturday.
At least 15 soldiers have died in a blast and clashes with al Qaeda-linked militants near Fallujah.
April 5, 2014
Egyptian journalists went on a one-day strike to protest the killing of reporters covering the anti-government protests.
Syrian rebels has reclaimed a town in the northern city of Aleppo.
John Kerry recently stated that Washington has limited time and energy when it comes to Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, hinting that America's role in the negotiations may end soon.
The Iraqi government has stepped up security measures before elections scheduled for later this month.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S. will provide "security assistance" to Algeria to help them combat al Qaeda linked-militants.