June 23, 2014
Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced trip to Baghdad Sunday as Iraqi forces continue to battle ISIL militants.
Hamas, the Palestinian resistance movement, is warning Israel that current conditions could lead to a third intifada.
A Cairo court acquitted 64 protesters on Sunday.
The Human Rights Watch issued a report that says the Syrian opposition recruits children to fight in the Syrian civil war.
June 22, 2014
The Palestinian Authority is in the process of requesting an emergency session of the UN Security Council regarding Israeli raids in the West Bank.
A ceasefire agreement has allegedly been reached in the besieged Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria's capital.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters Sunday that Washington is not responsible for the current crisis in Iraq.
Syrian government forces, with the support of Hezbollah fighters from Lebanon, attacked rebel areas in the foothills of the Qalamoun mountains Sunday.
Lebanon's military intelligence arrested five people in Baalbek yesterday with alleged ties to "planning a major terrorist plot" in the country.
At least 17 police officers were injured during an ambush near Yemen’s capital Sunday in ongoing clashes between Sanaa and the minority Houthi Shiite rebels.
Cross-border fire from the ongoing conflict in Syria left one teenage boy dead in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights Sunday.
Egyptian police arrested 22 anti-government protesters in Cairo Sunday.
An air strike carried out by the Iraqi military has killed at least 40 ISIL militants in Tikrit.
The UAE has reissued a travel advisory for Lebanon, warning their citizens not to travel to Lebanon in light of recent attacks.
Militants with the ISIL have seized the town of Rutba in Iraq's Anbar province.