September 22, 2013
Syrian opposition coalition president Ahmad Jarba has announced his group's commitment to attend proposed peace talks in Geneva with the condition that the meeting moves to establish a transitional government.
After a "smooth" election day on Saturday, the process of counting the votes in the Iraqi Kurdistan elections was getting underway on Sunday with the Kurdistan Democratic Party expected to win big.
Two Syrians, one of them a worker for the Syrian intelligence service, and a Palestinian were arrested in Lebanon in possession of arms and explosives.
The European Union has demanded answers from the Israeli government after Israeli soliders manhandled EU diplomats whilst they were distributing aid to Palestinians.
September 21, 2013
Fifty-three dead after three car bombs explode at a Shiite funeral in Baghdad.
Commander killed in US drone strike in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Russian states that absolute cooperation must shown by Syria or Russia could change its position.
Iran and the US expected to initiate talks about Tehran's nuclear weapons at upcoming UN General Assembly meeting.
Search continues after Egyptian security forces regain control of Kerdasa, town near Cairo.
Mixed views as some women are blocked from leaving the country of Tunisia due to events surrounding "sexual jihad" behavior.
September 20, 2013
Tunisia's ruling Islamist-led government announced Friday its acceptance of a UGTT-drafted plan to hold national dialogues with opposition figures, reform the government cabinet, and hold new elections.
Syria has begun to send information regarding its chemical weapon arsenal to OPCW ahead of Saturday's deadline, but OPCW announced Friday that it will postpone Sunday's executive meeting to vote on a timetable for the destruction of all chemical weapons within Syria.
A proposed resolution to subject Israel to IAEA safeguards is narrowly defeated at the UN agency's annual conference and Israeli's Steinitz says "time has run out" to negotiate with Iran on its nuclear program.
Security forces have been "hunting" for Morsi supporters in the town of Kerdasa Friday, after storming the town Thursday for the first time since August 14th.
Two bombs inside a mosque have killed at least 15 people and have wounded 17 in Iraq's Samarra.