September 18, 2013
Discussion of the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons continues as each side pushes for completion of the terms of the agreement.
During a meeting with the Revolutionary Guards, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he did not oppose Iran engaging in diplomacy with the US and that the Islamic Republic should show flexibility in any talks.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will meet US President Barack Obama at the opening of the UN General Assembly
September 17, 2013
The United States says that Russia is ignoring the facts when it blames the rebels rather than the regime for the August 21 chemical attack.
A Frenchman has been beaten to death by his cellmates in an Egyptian prison.
A spate of violence across Iraq, including five car bombs in Baghdad, killed 24 people on Tuesday.
Dozens were injured after a car bomb went off at the Bab Al Hawa border between Syria and Turkey.
17 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi were arrested in Cairo on Tuesday while they were attempting to block the Cairo metro.
The Saudi Arabian cabinet said Tuesday that the use of chemical weapons in Syria must be used to 'minimise' the ongoing sectarian conflict.
Egypt is planning to adjust curfews from August protests in fourteen governorates to accommodate students starting the school year this Saturday.
A 19 year-old Palestinian was killed by Israeli soldiers on Tuesday after the IDF launched an overnight raid on the Jenin refugee camp in the
Western powers, including the US, UK and France, on Tuesday readied to push for a UN resolution that will see Syria's chemical weapons stockpiles destroyed.
Israeli military vehicles entered Palestinian land in Gaza on Tuesday as the area is rocked by the Egyptian army's crackdown on militants in the Sinai peninsula.
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb on Monday released a video showing hostages taken by the Islamist group in Mali.
Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah on Monday vowed undying support to the Syrian regime in the face of the US-Israel aggression towards Damascus.