May 22, 2014
Israel's right-wing Economy Minister Naftali Bennett has proposed annexing 65% of the West Bank in a so-called "Stability Plan" for the region.
Thirty Palestinian refugees fleeing violence in Syria have been given 30-day visas by Tunisian authorities until a more viable solution can be found.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Aden, calling for independence in southern Yemen.
Lebanon's presidential elections are widely expected to fail for the fifth time, three days before outgoing President Michel Sleiman's term is over.
Fatah and Hamas have agreed on Rami Hamdallah as the Prime Minister for the new unity government.
Two people believed to be carrying explosives died in southern Cairo after detonating their bombs, according to a ministry source.
The Arab League are due to meet to discuss ongoing violence in Libya, according to Egypt's representative, Tarek Adel.
The Syrian army broke a siege of Aleppo's prison in a battle with rebels who had been in the compound for over 18 months.
No vote could be held to elect Lebanon's next president due to a lack of quorum in the country's parliament Thursday.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent have joined in an operation to deliver food aids to 60,000 people in Syria’s Aleppo Province.
Lawmakers in Yemen have demanded the resignation of the country's government and are specifically asking the Prime Minister to step down.
The International Criminal Court has denied a request by Libya to try Saif al Islam Gaddafi in Libya.
Israeli police issued a statement Wednesday confirming that Tel Aviv has decided to place young Jewish extremists under house arrrest during Pope Francis' visit to Jerusalem this weekend.
Former president of the Syrian opposition National Coalition believes that direct negotiations between the Syrian regime and the opposition is the only way to "save the warring parties" from further losses.
Egyptian presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabahi has said he does not fear ballot rigging in the upcoming election.