January 26, 2014
Israeli media reported on Sunday that Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon had approved plans to allow construction material into the Gaza Strip in order to help repair buildings destroyed in December's severe winter storm.
Former UN chief Kofi Annan arrived in Iran Sunday in a visit "aimed at boosting dialogue between Iran and the international community.
Car bombs in Kirkuk and Baghdad left six dead and at least 14 wounded Sunday.
The state news agency has reported that the President is in good health after surgery following a recent stroke.
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour announced Wednesday that the country's presidential elections have been switched to take place prior to the parliamentary poll.
Release of prisoners is expected to be a top agenda item on Sunday's Geneva II peace talks.
Sinai-based militants attack military bus in Sinai.
Libyan kidnappers who have took six Egyptian hostage this weekend have urged Egyptian authorities to release a Libyan militia commander immediately in exchange for the kidnapped Egyptians.
Palestinian political parties held demonstrations in West Bank in opposition of continued negotiations with Israel.
Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour will address the nation Sunday following Saturday's fatal revolution anniversary clashes that have left dozens dead.
Algeria's main Islamist party announced Saturday that they will boycott the country's upcoming elections.
Tunisia's newly appointed Prime Minister has failed to form a new cabinet under the transitional government, according to reports from late Saturday and early Sunday.
Five rockets from Syria hit Lebanon's Hermel area Saturday in an attack claimed by the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
A suicide bomber explosion has killed four in Kabul.
After the mass exodus deportation in Saudi, the Ministry of Labor has been forced to create stronger efforts to prevent fake employment by expatriates.