May 21, 2014
Libya's election commission has proposed a June 25 election in an effort to stop recent violence.
The al Qaeda affiliated Nusra Front rejected a "code of honor" announced by a group of Islamist militias.
A member of Bahrain's parliament has been fired for criticizing conditions at a detention center where citizens are held for protesting against the government.
The U.N. has called for a probe into the killing of two unarmed Palestinian teenagers in the West Bank.
Attacks throughout Iraq Tuesday left at least 13 people dead a day after election results confirmed premier Nour Maliki would continue for a third term in the leadership.
May 20, 2014
An Egypt court ruled Tuesday that ouster former dictator Hosni Mubarak and his wife's names must be removed from all national and public facilities.
A British man was found guilty of participating in terrorist related offenses, a London court has found.
Security footage released by Defence for Children International has emerged of Israel's army shooting dead two innocent Palestinian teenagers as the walked unarmed in the street.
Kuwait's top ruler will visit Iran for the first time at the end of this month, representing the latest sign that relations between Tehran and its Arab neighbors truly are thawing.
Egypt suspended travel to Libya as of Tuesday due to the ongoing unrest and chaos in its neighboring country.
A top Russian official told reporters Tuesday that Moscow would veto any UN resolution that would refer Syria to the International Criminal Court.
At least eight Lebanese soldiers were wounded in an ambush in the northern city of Tripoli Tuesday.
Iran's embassy confirmed that its current ambassador to Lebanon Ghazanfar Roknabadi will be replaced by a former economic advisor.
Syrian regime missiles struck a rebel-held town in the northern part of the country Tuesday, leaving at least 23 people dead.
Head of Lebanon's Maronite church, Bechara Rai urged for closer ties with Iran in a meeting with the Iranian ambassador to Beirut.