January 3, 2014
The Prague neighborhood where a safe explosion killed the Palestinian ambassador is seeking to oust the new Palestinian embassy complex from its territory, the Associated Press reported on Friday.
Iraqi police, together with armed tribesman, Friday succeeded in reclaiming control of a police station in the Sunni area of one of Anbar’s largest cities, Fallujah, as clashes renewed with al-Qaeda militants, Al Arabiya’s correspondent reported.
Syrian refugees are expected to be issues service cards that will use iris-scanning technology for identification.
Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) accused of of being “worse than the Assad regime,” by Islamist rebels.
January 2, 2014
U.S. diplomat John Kerry arrived in Israel to work on major issues of a Middle East peace deal.
The second explosion in the capital of Beirut has claimed four lives and wounded 66 after a car bomb detonated.
Police arrested four suspected terrorists, members of a banned organization, during a raid in Sidi Bouzid.
After fighting which began Monday, two Iraqi cities are under the hold of Al Qaeda linked militants.
Libya is planning to resume oil production at its El Sharara oil field this week.
Political deadlock has brought protest and turmoil to Tunisia over the past six months, and it is showing no sign of abating ahead of the Jan. 14 constitution draft deadline.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in "critical condition" in hospital as his vital organs are failing and his health deteriorating, an official from the Tel Aviv hospital in which Sharon is saying said on Thursday.
Israel will not announce any of its plans to expand settlements while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in the region for a diplomatic visit, officials said Thursday.
The third trial of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has been set for Jan. 28 in Cairo.
Somalia's Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab claimed responsibility Thursday for executing the twin bombing in the country's capital Mogadishu that has killed at least 11.
Half of Iraq's city of Fallujah is now controlled by Al-Qaeda linked militants, according to reports Thursday, and the country's annual 2013 death toll represents the the highest rate in the past 5 years.