October 23, 2013
Five people died in a bus collision late Tuesday in Egypt's southern province Minya.
14 women who were being held in Syria have been released as part of the hostage exchange for two kidnapped Turkish pilots, a human rights activist said Wednesday.
A 17 year-old boy died whilst allegedly transporting a bomb in a Bahraini Shiite village, in the latest of low level Shiite-led attacks in the Sunni-ruled Gulf state.
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh praised the support that Jordan has extended to Palestinians in Jerusalem, days after he called for a renewed armed resistance against Israel.
Death toll rises in Iraq after several military checkpoints were attacked on Tuesday.
Egypt's interim government on Tuesday denied reports that it made contact with opposing factions -- the Muslim Brotherhood -- "that use violence to impose their will" in a bid to bring the country out of its current political stalemate.
One teenager died and several people -- including four soldiers -- were wounded after clashes broke out in Lebanon's north-western city of Tripoli.
Secretary of State John Kerry admitted ally Saudi Arabia didn't trust US policy on Syria, as a key Saudi royal family member called the policy a farce.
Syrian government forces battled with Al Qaeda linked rebels in a Christian majority town and on the strategic Homs-Damascus highway on Tuesday, according to state media reports and activists.
A member of Tunisia's ruling Islamist Ennahda party accused the opposition of trying to "destroy" proposed dialogue negotiations scheduled to commence Wednesday by calling for anti-government protests.
October 22, 2013
After a long day of discussion Tuesday in London between Western and Arab powers and Syrian opposition leaders, the parties collectively announced that President Bashar al-Assad should be excluded from future government positions.
Disabled former rebels from the war that ousted late Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi broke into and vandalized the parliament building in Tripoli Tuesday.
Egyptian prosecutor Hisham Barakat ordered the arrest of four police officers Tuesday for their alleged killing of dozens of Muslim Brotherhood members in detention last August.
Saudi Arabia's intelligence chief told EU diplomats that Riyadh will be scaling back and limiting cooperation with the US in protest against Washington's recent diplomacy in the region, particularly in reference to the Syrian conflict and KSA rival Iran.
Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi announced Tuesday that Tehran will open its fuel production line for its nuclear power plant within three months and Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi called on the UN to reform sanction policies on developing countries globally.