April 28, 2014
Air attacks continued on Aleppo Sunday, leaving at least 21 dead and dozens of others wounded.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described Abbas' holocaust commentary from Sunday as a "public relations stunt aimed at placating the international community."
The court's verdict comes a month after over 500 Morsi supporters were sentenced to death.
April 27, 2014
Abbas' statement comes as Israel marks Holocaust Remembrance Day throughout the country.
The Taliban insists they were responsible for the attack, but others believe the helicopter went down due to technical difficulties.
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said that Israel should apply Israeli law to Area C in response to Abbas' agreement with Hamas.
The defendants were accused of killing a policeman.
Two Turkish soldiers were kidnapped by an armed Kurdish group in the southeast region of the country.
A media adviser to Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh emphasized Sunday that Hamas cannot recognize Israel despite recent reports that suggest the Palestinian faction was considering recognizing the Jewish state.
Four more candidates are now running in Syria's June 3 presidential election against incumbent leader President Bashar Al Assad.
Syria still possesses nearly eight percent of its chemical weapons stockpile as Damascus' own self-imposed deadline for the arsenal's removal expired Sunday.
Iraq's army attacked a convoy of extremist rebel fighters inside eastern Syria, leaving eight dead Sunday as the vehicles approached the country's border,
At least 33 people are now dead from two bombings that targeted a Shiite political rally in Baghdad ahead of Wednesday's parliamentary elections.
Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al Zawahiri has urged his followers to use Western kidnappings as a tactic to encourage the release of jailed jihadists.
Student clashes in Lebanon's Tripoli killed the school's headmaster as he tried to break up the fighting between the students. The headmaster's death represents the first of its kind in Lebanon.