February 22, 2014
A suicide bomber targeted a Lebanese army post killing three soldiers and wounding 6 others.
The U.N. Security Council approved a resolution to increase humanitarian aid access in Syria as continued violence threatens to destabilize the region.
Palestinians are not willing to accept U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's framework proposal in its current form.
The Syrian air force stepped up attacks on Friday as opposition fighters readied an offensive.
Hezbollah has been recruiting mercenaries from Eastern Europe to shore up Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces in Syria.
February 21, 2014
Al-Shabab attacked President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud's palace in Mogadishu on Friday.
A car bomb in a Syrian refugee camp kills roughly a dozen people and wounds many, including children.
Iran and the UK normalize relations by re establishing direct contact with one another for the first time since 2011.
Egyptian football fans chanted anti-police slogans and torched cars in a clash with police on Thursday.
Boko Haram attacks town in northeast Nigeria, killing 60 people.
Libyans voted on Saturday to elect a panel that will draft the country’s constitution amid reports of paltry turnout reflecting deep political disillusion with the chaos pervading Libya since the ouster of Muammar Qaddafi in 2011.
February 20, 2014
Two Saudis wanted for their involvement in unrest in the eastern town of Awamiya and two policemen were killed on Thursday in a clash in the predominantly Shiite area, the Ministry of Interior announced.
The Arab Democratic Party issued a 48-hour ultimatum to Lebanese authorities Thursday following the assassination of a party official in the restive northern city of Tripoli.
Six Palestinians were injured in clashes after Israeli settlers attacked a high school south of Nablus on Thursday, according to a Palestinian Authority official.
Lebanese authorities have identified one of the suicide bombers behind this week’s twin bombings in the Bir Hasan neighborhood of the Lebanese capital Beirut.