May 30, 2013
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is set to meet on Sunday so that member states may discuss the possibilities of putting Lebanese Shi'ite movement Hezbollah on the list of terror organisations, in light of its involvement in the Syrian civil war.
Najib Mikati, Lebanese caretaker Prime Minister, announced on Wednesday that he wants to return to the National Dialogue in Lebanon, in the face of increasing violence in the country as the Syrian civil war encroaches on Lebanon.
A wave of bomb attacks across Iraq killed 12 people on Thursday as sectarian violence escalates
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says that the government has already received the first shipment of advanced S-300 anti-aircraft missiles from Russia
The US State Department called for an immediate withdrawal of all Hezbollah fighters from Syria, as reports emerged that rebels had lost the strategic Dabaa air base to forces loyal to Assad
Four Taliban militants, including the number two in command Waliur Rehman, have been killed by a reported US drone in North Waziristan, near the Afghani border.
The Israeli military police has decided to launch an investigation into how Palestinians are treated by their servicemen after CCTV cameras shot footage of a Palestinian teenager being savagely beaten by Israeli soldiers.
May 29, 2013
Anmar al-Hmoud, spokesman for Higher Committee for Syrian Refugees in Jordan says that almost 60,000 have returned to Syria from Jordan
A 65 year old French man who travelled to Dubai has died of the newly named nCoV SARS virus in a hospital in Lille.
A man has been arrested in connected to the stabbing of a French soldier earlier this week, and has been described as a follower of 'radical Islam'.
President of Libyan General National Congress submitted his resignation on Tuesday after the law banning Gaddafi-era officials from senior public posts
The US is uneasy with the prospect of an Iranian presence at the peace conference, as they aim to keep the Islamic Republic isolated through wide ranging economic sanctions
Rights groups say the proposed legislation regulating rights groups is dangerously oppressive
A Free Syrian Army official on Tuesday gave Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah 24 hours to leave Syria, warning that the FSA will "take all measures to hunt Hezbollah, even in hell" if they do not leave.
27 people were killed in Iraq today as the government met to discuss ways to address the growing death toll in the country.