October 1, 2013
At least 115,000 people have been killed in the two-and-a-half-year-old Syrian conflict, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Tuesday.
Iran's Foreign Minister told the UN on Tuesday that Israel has been continually lying to the international community over Iran's nuclear programme, hours before Israeli PM Netanyahu is set to address the UN General Assembly in New York.
UN Inspectors begin chemical weapons disarmament process in Syria.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant on Tuesday said it was behind the string of car bombings that killed 55 people in Baghdad on Monday.
Gunfire wounded a Lebanese soldier and a civilian in Tripoli as violence rocked the northern city in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
An Egyptian soldier was killed by militants in the Sinai peninsula, bringing the deathtoll of military forces during the army's crackdown on the area to six on Monday alone.
Muslim Brotherhood leader in Suez Mohamed Mongey was sentenced to 10 years in prison by a Suez military court Monday, signalling the tough measures the new interim government is taking with members of the Islamist group following Morsi's ouster.
A Palestinian man was shot and killed by Israeli forces at the Gaza border, according to Israeli military officials.
A new wave of campaigns in Egypt call on army chief Abdel-Fattah Al Sisi to run in upcoming presidential elections
Syria's Foreign Minister Walid Moallem on Monday warned that the Syrian government would not take part in any internationally organised peace talks if the West continues backing "terrorists", adding that "there is no civil war in Syria".
September 30, 2013
U.S. President Barack Obama told visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday that all options on Iran including a military strike are on the table
The German government has admitted that it exported 360 tons of chemicals to Syria from 1998 - 2011.
A court in Bahrain jailed 37 Shiites for up to 15 years for carrying out "terrorist crimes" in the kingdom.
President of Iran is open to exploring direct flights from Iran to US.
Twenty four are dead and over 75 injured after five separate car bombs explode in areas of Baghdad.