April 30, 2013
In the latest round of university violence in Jordan, four people have died and a further 13 injured in clashes at Al Hussein Bin Talal University, 220 kilometres south of the capital, Amman.
April 29, 2013
Syrian missiles, fired by the Syrian regime during aerial bombardment of rebel southern Syrian towns, have landed in northern Jordan, causing no injuries but increasing fears amongst residents that the Syrian conflict is getting closer to home.
After Sunday's meeting between the presidency and heads of judicial agencies, President Morsi promises to adopt judges's proposal for new judicial authority law.
Several people were killed in Iraq's southern Shia provinces of Amara and Diywaniya early on Monday when three car bombs exploded in public markets.
April 28, 2013
The Syrian government ordered the use chemical weapons against the Free Syrian Army (FSA) during select battles with Syrian regime forces, a defected general told Al Arabiya late Saturday.
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has invited all heads of judicial bodies to meet with him on Sunday at the Cairo presidential palace to discuss a resolution for ongoing disputes over the future of the country's judiciary.
Israeli air strikes hit Gaza towns on Sunday morning, targeting fighters from Palestinian group Islamic Jihad.
April 27, 2013
Police disperses Egyptian protesters with tear gas in Cairo as anti-regime violence escalates
April 25, 2013
An Israeli fighter plane shot down a drone from Lebanon on Thursday as it was approaching the Israeli coast over the mediterranean sea.
Heavy clashes erupt for the first time in months in Syria's central city of Hama.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki warned on Thursday of attempts to return the country to “sectarian civil war,” as a wave of violence killed more than 140 people over three days.
A US military spokesman says the number of prisoners on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay has been raised to 92 based on evaluations by medical personnel at the American base in Cuba.
The minaret of Syria's famous 12th-Century Umayyad Mosque in the northern city of Aleppo is destroyed as rebels clash with government troops.
April 24, 2013
The government on Tuesday won the vote of confidence of the Parliament with a majority of 82 out of the 149 deputies present.
Hundreds of Europeans are fighting with rebel forces in Syria to topple the regime of President Bashar Al Assad.