April 15, 2014
Israeli soldiers have blocked main roads and erected military checkpoints in two villages near Hebron.
Unidentified Libyan gunmen on Tuesday abducted Jordan's ambassador to Tripoli, officials reported.
Two policemen were injured in a bomb attack that struck central Cairo on Tuesday morning, state television reported.
Israeli intelligence minister Yuval Steinitz recently criticized U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for his comments on Iran's nuclear program.
Iraqi Water Resources Minister Muhanad al-Saadi said in a statement on Monday that militants have “completely closed the gates of the Fallujah dam since Sunday morning.”
France is set to host the meeting in the hopes of leading an international group who will bring the Syrian government to the International Criminal Court in the Hague.
Palestinian gunmen shot and killed one Israeli and injured two others in Hebron.
April 14, 2014
Interpol arrested Youssef Boutros Ghali on Monday as he arrived in Paris.
A student loyal to ousted president Mohamed Morsi was shot dead by Egyptian security forces as clashes took place in Cairo University, also leaving two journalists injured.
Gazans protested against Israel's strict measures for access to Islam's third most holiest site during the Jewish Passover holidays. Only Palestinian males, aged 50 and over will have access to al-Aqsa mosque until further notice.
Abdel Fattah al Sisi's lawyer handed in the required documents Monday for Sisi to run for president.
Navi Pillay, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, denounced widespread torture in Syria on Monday.
Syrian forces have entered the town of al-Sarkha in the strategic Qalamoun region, retaking the full control of the town from rebels operating inside Syria.
At least 38 individuals have been charged for involvement in gun battles in Lebanon's Tripoli.
The Israeli Supreme Court ruled that a Jewish family may move back into a contested house in Hebron.