September 11, 2013
18 Saudi Arabian preachers have been suspended after talking about the political events in Syria and Egypt during their Friday sermons, as the Kingdom strives to stay removed from the bloody developments in its neighbouring countries.
The UNHCR said on Wednesday that over 100 refugees are to be relocated to Hanover, Germany from Lebanon in a bid to offer them access to improved humanitarian care.
Four people were killed on Wednesday morning after a car bomb exploded at a Sinai-based intelligence facility.
The Arab League has warned that the current US-initiated negotiations between the Palestinians and Israelis may be the "last chance" to reach permanent regional peace.
One year after Libyan militants hit the US embassy in Benghazi, a car bomb targeted the Libyan foreign ministry building on Wednesday morning.
In a televised address from the Oval Office, U.S. President Barack Obama vowed to explore a diplomatic initiative from Russia to neutralize Syria's chemical weapons.
In its latest move against sympathizers of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt will ban 55,000 unlicensed clerics from speaking in mosques.
The network of hackers Anonymous published a video on Sunday threatening Israel that it would suffer if the illegal construction of Israeli settlements does not cease immediately
September 10, 2013
Even as the prospect of a military strike on Syria dimmed significantly, a forensic expert from the Syrian government came forward to say he has evidence about the chemical attacks.
France on Tuesday said it would submit a draft UN resolution that will allow Damascus to avoid military intervention if it puts its chemical weapons stockpiles under international control.
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US President Obama dismissed threats made by Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah and Iran that they would retaliate with force if the US launched a military on Syria.
A collision between two buses in Iran killed 44 people and injured 39 people on late on Monday night on the highway between Tehran and Qom.
The sound of gunshots rang throughout the Jordanian House of Representatives on Tuesday morning, amid reports that one MP had opened fire during a parliamentary session.
After US Secretary of State John Kerry inadvertently said that Syria could hand over its chemical weapons stockpiles in a bid to avoid US military action, Russia proposed the idea to the Syrian government