July 20, 2013
President Barack Obama has been briefed on military intervention options for the US in Syria
July 19, 2013
Israelis and Palestinians have reached an agreement for the groundwork to resume peace talks, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Friday.
Britain's Guardian newspaper has published an extensive report into the deaths of 51 protestors in Egypt.
Mohammad Jemo's death was first thought to have political motives.
Palestinian leaders want a freeze on settlements before talks resume.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz called on Thursday for an end to “genocide” against the Syrian people, during a meeting in Jeddah with the head of the opposition Syrian National Coalition.
Ten jihadis have been killed in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula in the past two days during an army offensive against Islamist militants
July 18, 2013
The Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah has reportedly increased its security after a succession of attacks that targeted its troops and strongholds.
The parties also pushed for a deal to keep differences on the Syrian crisis away from the streets
The top U.S. diplomat refused to call the army's move against the Muslim Brotherhood a coup.
Eight Afghan civilians, who work at a U.S. military base south of Kabul, were shot dead by Taliban gunmen on Thursday, police said.
Fugitive preacher Sheikh Ahmad Assir’s celebrity companion, Fadl Shaker, has been given a one-week deadline to leave the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp
The violence took place when thousands of Islamist poured into Cairo’s iconic Ramsis Square and blocked the vital central Cairo October 6 bridge after breaking their Ramadan fast.
US Secretary of State John Kerry held new talks with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday in a dogged bid to kick-start the moribund peace process.
The oil-rich kingdom justified the move by citing reports of crimes against children committed by maids from the African nation.