May 29, 2014
Saudi authorities recorded 13 deaths from the MERS virus, bringing the total people killed to 186 since 2012.
Former Libyan General Khalifa Haftar has resumed airstrikes on the city of Benghazi.
The Obama administration is planning to issue a statement that would back the Lebanese government after the presidential vacuum and call for the swift election of a new head of state, diplomatic sources said.
May 28, 2014
British wars in Iraq and Afghanistan cost over $50 billion, according to a prominent defence think-tank.
Bahrain's interior ministry denied wrongdoing after a report on violence and human rights in the country was released by the U.S. State Department.
Due to growing instability in Libya, the U.S. State Department has issued a warning urging Americans in Libya to leave as soon as possible.
May 27, 2014
The Syrian National Coalition called the expulsion of Assad's envoy to Jordan a "great victory," Monday, despite Amman attempting to downplay the incident.
At least five Yemeni soldiers were killed on-duty from a Shiite rebel-led attack on the officials in the city of Amran.
Three people died on Tuesday in two separate car bomb attacks in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, according to security officials.
Ahmed Maiteeq's home was attacked on Tuesday by gunmen who threw grenades into the property. One militant was killed in the battle between security forces and the gunmen, sources say.
Israel has appealed to Interpol against Turkey issuing warrants for former IDF officers involved in the raid on the Mavi Marmara ship during Israel´s naval blockade of the Gaza Strip in May 2010.
Nine university professors have been arrested in Saudi Arabi for alleged links with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
In Egypt´s final day of presidential elections citizens have received an extra hour to vote and government workers the day as a holiday.
Ahmed Maiteeq has been sworn in as Libya's new prime minister.
May 26, 2014
An NGO coalition has reported some violations at Egypt's polls Monday.