March 25, 2014
The entire board of Iraq's electoral commissioned resigned Tuesday in protest of what they have described as "political and judicial interference."
Ankara announced Tuesday that Israel will finally compensate the families of the Turkish activists who were killed four years ago by IDF soldiers during the 2010 Gaza flotilla raid.
A gun attack on a government army patrol north of Baghdad left at least seven people dead and 13 others wounded.
Syrian rebels seized the strategic town of Samra early Tuesday.
The United Nations on Tuesday criticized an Egyptian court’s decision to sentence 529 Muslim Brotherhood to death, saying that it contravened international law.
Ahmed Jarba asked Arab leaders to supply the opposition with better weaponry.
Roughly 700 Morsi supporters will be tried at the Minya Criminal Court on Tuesday.
Two rockets fired from Syria hit Tuesday the outskirts of Hor Taala, near the eastern Lebanese city of Baalbek, security sources said.
Qatar's emir condemns fellow Arab countries at Kuwait summit.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has expressed satisfaction with the progress in the operation to remove Syria's chemical weapons.
Ali Benflis, a former prime minister and candidate in the upcoming presidential elections, recently slammed current president Abdelaziz Bouteflika's record.
As the Arab Summit kicks off in Kuwait Tuesday, the ongoing Syrian conflict is expected to take centre stage of the talks whilst an ongoing spat between Gulf states over Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood is likely to stay off the agenda.
The defense team for the Morsi supporters who were recently sentenced to death will appeal the verdict.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has agreed to extend the peace talks if certain conditions are met - including Israel freezing all settlement construction and releasing more Palestinian prisoners.
Human Rights Watch said Monday that the Syrian regime's use of barrel bombs in Aleppo was tantamount to terrorism and that civilians are the main recipients of the bombs' brutality.