August 13, 2013
The Free Syrian Army's military chief Salim Idriss says rebels are fighting against regime troops, not Alawite civilians, in the coastal province of Latakia.
Three bombs exploded in Egyptian Sinai territory on Tuesday, in Al Arish area, leaving no casualties, according to Egyptian security sources.
Ignoring both international condemnation and the sensitivity of the upcoming peace talks, Israel has approved the building of 942 settlement units in occupied east Jerusalem.
A series of violent attacks across Iraq killed five people on Tuesday morning, according to Iraqi officials.
Two suspected members of Al Qaeda were killed late Monday after being targeted by a US drone in Yemen's southern Shabwa province.
Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said that due to a busy diplomatic schedule, it is unlikely that the US-Russian proposed Geneva II will occur before October.
The March 8 alliance urged President Michel Suleiman not to end his era with the formation of a government that would create a rift among the Lebanese
US of Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that the expansion of Israeli settlement activity in the West Bank was to be expected.
Key officials from the reign of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the rule of recently ousted Mohamed Morsi are to stand trial in Egypt this month.
His lawyers say a trial in Libya would be a “sham” that leads to a swift death penalty conviction.
Israel's Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepted rockets targeting the Israeli city of Eilat on Monday night as an Al Qaeda linked group took responsibility for the attacks.
Turkish Ambassador to Lebanon Inan Ozyildiz said that Turkey does not even have an embassy or consulate in the neighboring country
August 12, 2013
The imprisonment of ousted President Mohamed Morsi has been extended for 15 days pending an investigation into charges of collaborating with Hamas to carry out violent attacks in Egypt
The families of the Aazaz hostages on Monday threatened to kidnap “any Turkish national on Beirut's streets,” after the Internal Security Forces' Intelligence Bureau failed to release Mohammed Saleh
Supporters of ousted President Mohammad Morsi called on Egyptians to march Monday to stop any police crackdown on two Cairo protest sites that Islamists have manned for weeks