February 6, 2014
A senior Iranian official has reiterated Tehran’s desire to improve ties with its neighbor Saudi Arabia, calling for serious efforts by both sides to that end.
Egypt' Army Chief Abdel Fattal El Sisi confirmed Thursday that he will run for president in a Kuwaiti newspaper.
Pro-Syrian opposition media site Halab News said that since the regime started barrel bombing the northern city of Aleppo, more than 1,500 families had tried to flee to rebel held areas across Syria and that a "refugee crisis" was taking place.
Syrian opposition leader told reporters Wednesday that rebels would soon receive advanced weapons in their fight against fringe Islamist extremist groups like ISIL. U.S. Secretary of State also admitted Wednesday that Syrian President Bashar Al Assad's regime is making gains against the opposition.
After being slammed by Israeli officials for his comments regarding a potential boom in the global movement boycotting Israel, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said he would not be intimidated by words.
A home being used as an arms cache was raided in Aydamoun exposing mortars, rockets and guns.
After ceasefire between Suuni and Shiite locals broke down, Houthi rebels advanced on the capital of Sanaa.
Expected to end next week, deliberations on forming Lebanon's new government are taking longer than citizens thought.
Another explosion shakes Libya, this time at a Libyan television channel in Eastern Benghazi.
February 5, 2014
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said a peace conference in Geneva is the "only vehicle left" to engage Syrian leaders on political transition.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was "brought to tears" after seeing the extent of the "corruption and devastation" that the Muslim Brotherhood wrought on Egypt.
Human Rights Watch said Wednesday that Al Qaeda's killing of Iraqi forces is "abhorrent" and the "latest in a long list of ISIS atrocities".
Recent reports say that thousands of fighters from Chechnya and Saudi Arabia are battling against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
A former US marine has accused Israel of treating the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip as sub-humans and regarding them as animals.
Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem El Beblawi warned Qatar over its "unfair and dishonest" support of the Muslim Brotherhood, as the Gulf state hosts dozens of fugitive Muslim Brotherhood members and critics of the current military-backed interim government.