March 21, 2014
Iraqi security forces were entering a house when an explosion erupted and killed at least 14 SWAT members.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that the number of refugees seeking asylum in developed countries doubled in the past year.
Twitter was blocked only hours after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to “wipe out" the website.
The gunmen are believe to have entered the country through the Syrian border.
March 20, 2014
Syrian government forces retook control of Qal’at al-Hisn from rebel forces where the Crusader castle is located.
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, testified in a U.S. court about his conversations with al-Qaeda's former leader.
The new Cabinet easily won a confidence vote in parliament.
Dozens of Hamas affiliates are arrested in the West Bank in the aftermath of a funeral procession by Palestinian security forces
At least eight people were killed In Iraq Thursday on the eleventh anniversary of the U.S. invasion into Iraq in 2003.
Israel's Defense Minister spoke with Obama administration officials Wednesday in an effort to explain recent remarks and ease tensions after inflammatory remarks.
Troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad killed 11 rebels as they fled the village of Al Hosn, home to a famous Crusader castle, for the nearby Lebanese border, military sources reported on Thursday.
The former president of Algeria issued Thursday what has been described as a "big hint" that he thinks that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika should not run for another term in office due to the leader's ailing health.
Two coordinated bombing attacks at a Baghdad café late on Wednesday night killed 13 people, officials reported Thursday, bringing yesterday's death toll up to at least 46.
Syrian forces have closed the Bqaiaa crossing amid heavy fighting.
Arab League Deputy Secretary General Ahmad Bin Hilli announced that the Arab summit will not discuss the recent spat between several GCC members and Qatar.