April 29, 2014
Germany summoned its Egyptian ambassador in Berlin Tuesday in response to a recent ruling that committed nearly 700 Muslim Brotherhood members to death sentences Monday.
Yemeni forces' recent offensive to oust Al Qaeda fighters from southern towns left at least nine people dead Tuesday.
The UN chemical watchdog OPCW will send a fact-finding mission to Syria to investigate the alleged use of chlorine gas in recent weeks as the country's civil war ravages on.
A car bomb in an Alawite district of Homs killed at least 36 people.
President Mahmoud Abbas dismissed peace with Israel ahead of defining the borders of a future Palestinian state.
At least four more candidates have registered their bids for the Syrian presidency Tuesday ahead of the June 3 polls.
Israeli bulldozers have demolished three homes and a mosque near the Palestinian town of Nablus.
A former Al Qaeda-linked group claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing attack Monday in a Kurdish stronghold area northeast of Baghdad.
A car bomb in Benghazi has killed two soldiers.
At least 10 people have been killed in bombings in a town northeast of Baghdad on Tuesday.
Twelve citizens were killed and 50 wounded in Damascus after heavy shelling.
An NGO reported that Israel issued tenders for close to 5,000 new homes during the negotiating process with Palestinians.
U.S. lawmakers have rejected a provision that would make overseas drone strikes more transparent.
Tunisian family members of those killed during the 2011 revolution are going on a hunger strike after a Tunisian court released former regime officials who are accused of killing peaceful protesters during the revolution.
Jordan has agreed to hand over a Libyan militant in exchange for the release of its ambassador who was kidnapped in Libya in April.