March 15, 2014
Approximately 100 Algerians gathered to protest President Bouteflika in a rare demonstration. Protests are usually violently dispersed by security forces.
Houthi rebels gathered in the town of Omran to protest the central government Friday.
Gaza's single power plant shut down on Saturday because of lack of fuel.
The Syrian ambassador to the U.N. says the opposition must acknowledge the presence of terrorism in Syria before the Syrian government will sit down for talks.
Fighting continued in Tripoli, Lebanon Saturday after sniper fire broke out, killing one Syrian man.
The Syrian army and Hezbollah recently stormed the Syrian town of Yabroud as fierce fighting continues in the strategic town.
Gunmen attacked a security checkpoint in Cairo Saturday, killing at least five policemen.
The Israeli army fired at southern Lebanon in retaliation for a bomb that targeted Israeli soldiers near the border.
The Syrian Electronic Army says they have accessed U.S. military documents by targeting CENTCOM.
March 14, 2014
Representatives of the opposition call out future Syrian elections as a sham
Clashes broke out on Friday in Amman as thousands of demonstrators protested against the killing of a Jordanian judge by Israeli soldiers.
At a recent Gulf Cooperation Council meeting, Saudi Arabia demanded Qatar to shut down several organizations, including Al-Jazeera
A new spate of kidnappings takes place in Libya, with 70 Egyptians abducted
US Secretary of State John Kerry explained on Thursday that sanctions against Iran are still in place and are being enforced
Syria's Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem has reportedly been hospitalized in Lebanon for pressing medical checks