April 3, 2013
The President of Al-Azhar University, Osama El-Abd, was sacked on Wednesday as hundreds of students recover from food poisoning
The U.S. secretary of state is set for Turkey next on his regional tour to discuss the war just across the border.
Witnesses in the Lebanese town reported seeing a Syrian plane fire missiles
Gunmen ambushed a convoy of Syrian trucks early on Wednesday, opening fire and wounding at least one person
Israel launches air attack on Gaza for the first time since last November's 8 day war
American and Jordanian security officials have reportedly been training Syrian opposition fighters in the Kingdom since last year
According to reports from the scene, four people were injured when a group of angered readers attacked the outlets.
April 2, 2013
The UN General Assembly on Tuesday adopted the first-ever treaty to regulate the $80-billion-a-year conventional arms trade.
Kurdish militants are calling for legal protection before they agree to their military withdrawal in Turkey.
Sources claim that Syria has demanded the release of 8 Alawi workers by midnight Tuesday, threatening to attack a Lebanese border town if the hostages aren't freed
Saudi Arabia began deporting thousands of Yemeni workers from the Kingdom on Monday, following a change in the law.
6 political prisoners were released from a prison in Khartoum on Tuesday, after President Bashir promised to set all political detainees free in a speech to parliament on Monday
The UN General Assembly is set to pass the first global arms treaty, despite blocking action from Syria, Iran and North Korea last week
According to security officials in the area, the attack is linked to the Sunni opposition fighters battling against President Bashar al-Assad's forces in neighboring Syria.
After promising to step down at the end of his third term, the exiled leader of Hamas is set to stay as head of the Gazan group according to sources speaking to Ma'an News.