July 8, 2014
Israeli fighter jets are launching a series of new airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
July 7, 2014
The Egyptian army will send buses to the streets to help transport civilians.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has defended cuts to Egyptian subsidies.
Iraq's new parliament delayed a key session scheduled for Tuesday.
A suicide bomb exploded at a checkpoint in northern Baghdad Monday.
The head of Lebanon's parliamentary Health Committee MP Atef Majdalani said Syrian doctors and nurses are practicing illegally in Lebanese hospitals and clinics.
A military judge on Monday charged 28 suspects with belonging to the radical Sunni group, the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria.
Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated in the Gaza Strip to voice their anger over the recent killing of a Palestinian teenager who was burned alive by Israeli settlers.
An army officer was shot dead by unknown assailants in the Nile Delta. Police are unsure if the killing was related to political or criminal activity as investigations continue.
At least 35 people were killed and 40 injured as Shia rebels clashed with tribesmen allied with the government in Yemen.
FM says his differences of opinion with Prime Minister Netanyahu, particularly on handling of Gaza rocket threat, have made a continued union impossible; says Yisrael Beytenu will continue to be a part of coalition.
IAF strikes in Gaza following 25 rockets throughout day; Hamas says Israel "will pay" for escalation; mortar shell lands in Golan Heights from Syria, IDF retaliates with gunfire.
The complications surrounding Lebanon's policy for Syrian refugees are back on the negotiating table with the UNHCR.
"We worked immediately to find the perpetrators, they will be tried and brought to justice," says Netanyahu.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said a Kurdish referendum for independence would be a "catastrophic division of Iraq".