December 18, 2013
The trial of the Egyptian police officers charged with killing 37 detainees by asphyxiation in August has been postponed until December 24.
Three Iranian guards were killed after the car they were traveling in was hit by a roadside bomb.
Morsi officially being charged with conspiracy and acts of terror as the trial for the former President of Egypt continues.
The U.S. Ambassador to Damascus told reporters Wednesday that an Islamist rebel group has refused to meet with US officials.
The European Union has called for restraint after an Israeli soldier was killed by a Lebanese soldier who opened fire across the border.
Failing Afghan President Hamid Karzai's green light on a deal securing the presence of foreign troops in Afghanistan post-2014, NATO would have to start preparing its troops for total withdrawal by this spring, according to top military commander Philip Breedlove.
Russia announced Monday that its navy was ready to escort ships carrying Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile out of the country.
African illegal immigrants have marched from southern Israel to Jerusalem in protest of Israel's migrant detention policy and to urge the Knesset to recognize them as refugees. However, the police cracked down on the protest and have arrested over 150 African migrants who participated.
Jordan demanded on Tuesday that Israel remove surveillance cameras at the city's sensitive Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
Western leaders showed signs Tuesday that the proposed Geneva II peace talks may "not lead to the removal" of the country's president Bashar Al Assad who may remain "key in any transitional administration."
The UN chemical watchdog overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile successfully finalized and approved the details of the plan Tuesday. More information will follow Wednesday.
Syria's Nusra Front and the Marwan Hadid Brigades claimed responsibility Tuesday for attacks in Lebanon's northeastern city of Hermel as a message to Hezbollah to leave the war in Syria.
Egypt's constitutional committee said Tuesday that it will "urge" Egypt's military chief to run for president.
At least eight Shia Pilgrims are dead after attacks that included a bombing in the Baghdad province
Students attempting to march to a sit-in were stopped by police who used tear gas and hoses.