June 3, 2014
Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has denied accusations that he embezzled billions of dollars during his 33-year rule.
Turkish forces have fired on a village in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region.
Hundreds of Syrian refugees flocked to border polling stations to vote in the presidential elections despite a threat from the Lebanese government that their refugee status might be revoked if they return to Syria.
Roughly 70 Palestinian prisoner who are on hunger strike have been taken to the hospital.
The new Libyan government has taken office despite the refusal of Abdullah al Thinni's cabinet to leave power.
Israel's Ambassador expressed disappointment that the United States government will continue to uphold ties with the new Palestinian unity government.
Syrians are heading to the polls this morning to vote in the presidential elections.
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, 334 people were tortured to death in Syria in the month of May.
June 2, 2014
At least 22 people have been killed in intense fighting in Iraq's Anbar Province Monday.
Palestinian women staged a sit-in at al Aqsa mosque on Monday.
The new Palestinian unity government was sworn in Monday.
On Monday Lebanon finalized its policy towards Syrian refugees living in Lebanon.
The latest violence in Libya's city of Benghazi has left at least 7 people dead.
Multiple groups in Syria's opposition have issued warnings for Syria's June 3 election.
Turkish prosecutors have demanded prison sentences of up to 100 years for five protesters who recently took part in anti-government protests last year.