April 20, 2014
It is unclear whether the plane, owned by the Bank of Utah, received clearance from the United States to land in Iran.
April 19, 2014
Western officials fear that the Arak reactor could be used to provide Tehran with nuclear bomb making capabilities.
The introduced bill threatens to impose more controls on the average Turkish citizen's privacy.
Palestinian Christians along with worldwide pilgrims marked Holy Saturday, a day ahead of the Easter holiday despite Israeli soldiers using tear gas against pilgrims on Friday.
A foreigner has died of the deadly MERS virus in Riyadh, bringing the nationwide death toll to 73.
Lebanese villagers and Syrian refugees fled from the town Tfail, after Syria's army launched a series of artillery strikes in the area.
An American drone attack in Yemen has killed an estimated 20 people.
An 18-year-old British national has died in Syria, while fighting alongside rebels in Syria. Abdullah Deghayes from Sussex entered Syria through the Turkish border.
EU foreign policy chief called on Israel to reverse recent decisions made against the Palestinians.
Bouteflika won his fourth term with over 80% of the vote.
Sixty-five militants from the al-Nusra Front have reportedly been killed by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), as fresh violence erupted in the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor.
April 18, 2014
Interim President Adly Mahmoud Mansour rejected calls to pardon three anti-regime activists, saying he did not want to interfere in judiciary affairs.
Turkey's parliament approved a new bill that grant's the country's intelligence agency greater immunity.
A Riyadh court accused activist Fadhel al-Manasef of writing "anti-regime" blog posts and sentenced him to 15 years in prison.
Ten people died on Friday after a car bomb exploded outside a mosque in Homs.