June 16, 2014
Turkey's two main opposition parties have picked a joint candidate for the upcoming presidential election.
The prime minister of Iraqi Kurdistan has arrived in Tehran for talks about the Iraq crisis.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in an interview that the U.S. is considering air strikes in Iraq.
Egyptian political groups who oppose Egypt's controversial protest law have called on their supporters to gather at Egypt's State Council on Tuesday.
Israeli forces have arrested a Palestinian parliament speaker in their search for three missing Israeli teens.
The ISIL captured Tal Afar Monday.
A new round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5 + 1 begins today in Vienna.
Israeli troops shot and killed a young Palestinian man in a refugee camp north of Ramallah during a night raid.
A Kurdish teenager has been killed during a protest in the Turkish city of Adana.
The U.S. State Department has announced that the U.S. embassy in Baghdad will remain open.
Conflicting reports reveal it is unclear who is currently in control of Nineveh province's strategic city of Tal Afar.
Hamas says the recent accusations that Hamas was responsible for kidnapping three missing Israeli teens is an effort by Israel to bring down the newly formed Palestinian unity government.
June 15, 2014
A Lebanese citizen was kidnapped in Benghazi after an armed group raided his house.
Egyptian security forces raided the print shop of a human rights newspaper and accused it of having links to the Muslim Brotherhood.
At least seven medical staffers were in killed in Yemen Sunday in a militant ambush.