January 15, 2014
Police searched location of Humanitarian Relief Foundation after accusations that they were smuggling arms across Syrian borders.
The Riyadh Criminal Court has handed out the death sentence for two men charged in the killing of four Frenchmen in early 2007 during an attack in Madinah.
In efforts to bring a more feminine touch to the political arena in Libya, Amal al-Taher el-Haj has submitted her name to the General National Congress as a candidate and she believes her chances of being appointed are high.
After being stopped at one checkpoint earlier in the day, Israeli forces stop interim PM Hamdallah for a second time for reckless driving.
In a war torn region that has killed over 100,000 people, Gulf State officials announce that NGO's have pledged a combined $400 million in humanitarian aid funding.
Despite several deaths in the region since the polls have been opened to vote on the new constitution, Egyptians turned up in numbers to cast their votes.
January 14, 2014
Lebanese security forced arrested a Palestinian man who is allegedly involved in November 2013's Iranian embassy bomb attack in Beirut
Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was admitted to a Paris hospital Monday for a "long-planned check-up."
Fourteen rockets from Syria hit the northeastern town of Arsal Tuesday.
The United States officially rebuked Israel Tuesday for its defense minister's comments that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's peace efforts "messianic and obsessive."
Violence throughout Iraq Tuesday left at least 12 people dead mostly near the country's capital.
Former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak's lawyer told Reuters Tuesday that the former leader wants to vote in the country's constitutional referendum.
Young protestors in Western Sahara's main city of Laayoune clashed with Moroccan security forces.
Clashes between pro-Mohamed Morsi supporters and Egyptian police resulted in the deaths of three protesters on the first day of a landmark vote on the new constitution, security officials said Tuesday.
The Al Qaeda-affiliated Abdullah Azzam Brigades have promised to keep up their terror attacks against Hezbollah, Iran and Israel following the death of their leader Majed Al Majed earlier this month.