March 3, 2014
The truce in the Palestinian camp of Yarmouk in southern Damascus was broken Sunday with shelling and firefights enveloping the area.
March 2, 2014
Six crew members of a Yemeni military plane were kidnapped Sunday after the plane made an emergency landing in the eastern part of the country.
75 extremist settlers stormed Al Aqsa compound Sunday.
Ibrahim Mahlab focused on security in his first national address.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told reporters Sunday that U.N. inspectors have not found any evidence of "military objectives" in Iran's nuclear programming.
Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim announced Sunday that police will no longer intervene on college campuses unless violence occurs.
At least six security force officials were killed in northern and western Baghdad Sunday in a series of attacks targeting the personnel in the predominantly Sunni Arab areas of the capital.
Protestors in Bahrain demanding that Saudi forces pull out of the country were allegedly attacked by police officials in the country's capital.
Gunmen dispersed a peaceful protest in front of the General National Congress.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister, is heading to Washington to discuss the peace process and the Iranian nuclear negotiations with President Obama.
Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's trial was adjourned until Tuesday due to bad weather conditions Sunday.
Israel has increased security alerts on all of its embassies worldwide in fear of a Hezbollah response attack after Tel Aviv raided the Hezbollah stronghold of Janta.
Government air strikes have left at least 13 people dead in a small town on Syria's Turkish border.
Demonstrators in Algeria's capital were dispersed by police Saturday for conducting protests against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's re-election bid.
At least 703 people were killed in Iraq in February, representing a slight decrease in comparison to previous months.