April 3, 2014
Yasser Abed Rabbo, the secretary general of the PLO's executive committee, said he hopes the U.S. will continue its efforts to secure a peace deal between the Palestinians and the Israelis.
Al Qaeda-linked attacks in Yemen's southern city of Aden left at least 20 people dead according to new death toll information Wednesday night.
The Syrian National Coalition will meet in Istanbul this weekend to discuss seven recent resignations.
A large number of Nusra Front fighters from Syria have "infiltrated" Lebanon in the past few days, according to reports, and are planning to conduct several terrorist attacks throughout the country.
Egypt's Prime Minister called for an emergency meeting Tuesday following three bombings at Cairo University this week.
U.S. analysts say changes to Iran's Arak reactor could prevent it from producing nuclear weapons and still allow it to be useful for research.
April 2, 2014
John Kerry phoned Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday to discuss the peace negotiations that are rapidly deteriorating.
A Turkish court ruled Wednesday that the ban on Twitter is a violation of individual rights.
The National Organization for Drone Victims is a new organization in Yemen that aims to criminalize the use of U.S. drone strikes in Yemen.
The Syrian civil war has killed 150,000 since it began in 2011, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The Arab League will meet in an emergency session April 9 to discuss the deteriorating Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
Berlin will send a frigate to help destroy Syria's chemical weapons arsenal.
Three rockets from the war in Syria hit Lebanon's northeast town of Labweh Wednesday.
Two explosions at Cairo University were reported Wednesday morning. At least two people have died and five more have been injured, according to state television reports.
At least six people were killed Wednesday in Yemen's southern city of Aden after suspected Al Qaeda-linked militants attacked an army headquarters.