April 7, 2014
Iraqi security forces have killed 19 militants as violence continues ahead of elections.
An Egyptian court has upheld prison sentences for three political activists and ruled Monday that each would be fined 50,000 Egyptian pounds.
YouTube has asked Turkey's Constitutional Court to lift a ban on the video sharing website.
The Bani Helal and Daboudiya clans in southern Egypt have agreed to a three-day truce.
Syrian President Bashar al Assad said his army will win the war within the year and go back to "fighting terrorists."
Top negotiators from Israel and the Palestinian Authority held a "serious and beneficial" meeting Sunday.
Fourteen people were arrested Monday for Friday's tribal clashes in Egypt's Aswan that left 25 dead.
Clashes in the Palestinian Refugee Camp of Mieh Mieh in the coastal city of Sidon Monday killed two people, including the commander of an armed group, and wounded five others, security sources said.
Iran's nuclear negotiation team, led by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, will meet with the EU's foreign policy chief Monday evening in preparation of Tuesday's high-level nuclear negotiations.
Libya's main eastern militia has agreed to return control of four major state oil terminals to Tripoli.
Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah's leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has said that his organization is responsible for last month's attack on an Israeli military patrol in the occupied Shebaa Farms area.
Violence enveloped protests throughout Algeria over the weekend ahead of the country's upcoming presidential elections that are believed to be rigged in favor of incumbent and ailing leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
At least two more people were killed on Sunday in the southern governorate of Aswan, renewing deadly tribal clashes that have killed almost two dozen people in three days of fighting.
Jordan's King Abdullah is due to pay a working visit to Russia on Wednesday, during which he will meet President Vladimir Putin.
U.S. lawmakers are seeking to implement more sanctions against Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah and its partner, Al-Manar television station.