February 3, 2014
Four people died in Yarmouk refugee camp over the weekend despite the UN delivering food packages and humanitarian supplies to the besieged Damascus neighborhood.
Egypt's State Security court has charged three Egyptians and five Israelis for spying for Israel and have been referred to criminal court.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he proposed to Secretary of State John Kerry a U.S.-led NATO force patrol a future Palestinian state indefinitely.
After a deadly suicide bombing in Lebanon, Hezbollah MP calls for accountability of jihadist groups.
A back-alley dispute has left one dead and several others wounded in Tripoli.
Due to security during Syria's crisis, deadlines for shipment of chemical weapons have been missed and NATO has stepped up to support the process.
February 2, 2014
Israel’s Finance Minister Yair Lapid has suspended the transfer of public funds to all West Bank settlements pending a probe into their alleged misuse, his office said.
Car bombs left three civilians wounded in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula Sunday.
Hamas has allegedly pulled back hundreds of its gunmen from its border with Israel in order to prevent other Palestinian factions from firing homemade rockets at Israeli towns.
As the beginning phases of Iran's nuclear deal take shape, previously frozen funds are being released for use in the process.
Israel's economics minister Naftali Bennett slammed U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for warning that if the Palestinian-Israeli peace talks fail, the global boycotting campaign against Israel may gain traction.
PLO official Ahmad Majdalani said that food convoys for the besieged residents of Damascus' Yarmouk refugee camp have safely entered the area for the third day in a row.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the "illusions of power" surrounding the Syrian opposition -who he says has little control inside Syria - is not helping to achieve a peaceful resolution to the country's crisis.
The Al Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has launched two female battalions in Syria's northern city of Raqqa in a bid to expose anti-ISIS activists.
The U.S. State Department denied that it had sought to have direct negotiations with the Syrian regime at the Geneva II peace talks, as Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem claimed after the talks to Syrian media.