November 15, 2013
As millions took to the streets to acknowledge the Day of Ashura, suicide bombers were posted around major traffic areas in attacks launched around the predominantly Shiite neighborhoods.
November 14, 2013
After the release of the quarterly report from the IAEA, numbers show that Iran has actually halted its nuclear production since Rouhani has taken office.
As possible flames of progress lessen between Egypt and US, Russia shows up as "available" for talks as a comforting rebound. Despite any rumors, Egypt is not expected to stray too far from the US.
Israel struck two separate targets in the Gaza Strip on Thursday after Palestinian militants fired projectiles across the border, the army said.
Palestinians fear renewed fights as Gaza marks 2012 anniversary of Israel's war on the costal enclave.
Yasser Abbas, the eldest son of President Mahmoud Abbas, said Thursday that a Jordanian court in the capital Amman had ruled in his favor in a case against the Qatar-based Al Jazeera satellite channel.
Two bombings and mortar fire killed three and wounded 22 near the Ummayad mosque in Syria's capital.
Long-delayed Geneva II conference aimed at ending Syria's civil war will take place on December 12.
During a rare public speech, Nasrallah vowed to keep his forces in Syria where they are fighting alongside President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
5 Palestinians suffer smoke inhalation in Ramallah area when suspected Jewish extremists set fire to a Palestinian house.
President Hassan Rouhani has ordered the country's morality police to stop arresting women considered to be dressed immodestly.
Al-Quds Brigades threatens 'battle of ghosts' with Israel
During a confused state in the hospital under anesthesia, a rebel fighter called out opposition cries in efforts to save himself thinking he had been captured by the enemy. When ISIS militants heard the outcry, they beheaded the fighter on the spot.
Syrian's main opposition group, the Syrian opposition National Coalition, told reporters Wednesday that Kurds' decision to declare their autonomy earlier this week was "hostile" to the Syrian people and cause.
An Egyptian court Wednesday sentenced 12 Morsi supporters to 17 years in prison each on charges that they attacked the Sunni Islamic University, al-Azhar, and Egypt and Russia met for the second day in Cairo in a landmark visit to renew relations between the two countries.