September 27, 2013
In an interview with CNN, Egyptian presidential adviser Mostafa Hegazy called on the Muslim Brotherhood to join in "an Egypt for all Egyptians,"
A confidential report by the US and Russia suggests that Syria's chemical stockpile is largely "unweaponized" and can be eliminated quickly.
A young Saudi has been killed while being chased by religious police sparking anger in Saudi Arabia.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called the current US brokered peace talks a "last chance" and insisted that the current peace deal must be "permanent."
Members of a deeply divided U.N. Security Council have overcome their differences to reach an agreement on a draft resolution on Syria.
Top officials from the United States and Iran met in New York. These talks mark the highest level contacts between the two nations since the Iranian Revolution in 1979.
September 26, 2013
A young man, once jailed for his involvement in a plot to attack Canada's Parliament, has been killed in Syria.
The United States will continue to provide support for Lebanon to address the growing challenges of the Syrian conflict as long as the country addresses the crises in a “responsible and practical way.”
Iranian President Hasan Rouhani has called for Israel's alleged nuclear weapons to be put under international control.
The Iraqi consulate was hit by a mortar shell on Thursday, killing one and injuring several others.
Amid UN Security Council discussions on the removal of Syria's chemical weapons, Moscow has said it will protect President Assad's chemical weapons sites when the country's stockpiles are removed.
A series of bombs left inside popular Baghdad markets killed at least 23 people on Thursday, according to Iraqi security sources.
Barack Obama's comments at the UN are being seen by some in Egypt as a sign of US acceptance of Morsi's ouster. The speech elicited mixed reactions from Egypt on their relations with the US.
Iraq's Foreign Minister urges countries to stay out of the conflict in Syria and stop military assistance provisions to the war-torn nation.
Iranian President Rouhani wants nuclear deal with the West and Israel within a three or six-month timetable.