February 5, 2014
The Syrian government has missed another deadline for destroying its chemical arsenal.
Three bombings near the Green Zone, home to Iraqi government offices and foreign embassies in Baghdad, killed at least 25 people Wednesday, police said.
Explosions in Libya's Benghazi hit a primary school Wednesday, leaving six children wounded.
Formed Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi's murder trial has been adjourned until March 1.
The jihadist opposition group ISIL signed a truce with the Islamist rebel brigade Suqour Al Sham, signalling an end to violent clashes between the two groups.
After a recent meeting with Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Iran's President Rouhani claims to be ready for final nuclear talks with world powers.
Two Syrian UN workers have been released after being held during their exit from Syria.
At least nine people were killed in Baghdad's "Green Zone" Wednesday after three car bombs exploded in the area.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called the Syrian regime's barrel bombing of Aleppo "barbaric" while Russian officials met with Syrian opposition leader, Ahmad Jarba.
Iran's Foreign Minister reaffirmed this week that Tehran is committed to implementing the Geneva nuclear deal ahead of the next round of nuclear talks with world powers.
Shells from Syria hit six Lebanese border towns in one night, damaging many houses and properties in the respective areas.
Saudi's Grand Mufti warns against false jihad.
February 4, 2014
Syrian, Iranian and Swiss officials met in Tehran to discuss improving aid access to the victims of Syria's civil war.
The suspected assassin of opposition MP Chokri Belaid who was killed in February last year has allegedly been killed in a police raid outside of Tunis, according to the country's state media Tuesday.
The top U.S. diplomat to Syria announced plans to retire from his post by the end of February to friends and colleagues Tuesday.