April 7, 2014
Iran's nuclear negotiation team, led by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, will meet with the EU's foreign policy chief Monday evening in preparation of Tuesday's high-level nuclear negotiations.
Libya's main eastern militia has agreed to return control of four major state oil terminals to Tripoli.
Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah's leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has said that his organization is responsible for last month's attack on an Israeli military patrol in the occupied Shebaa Farms area.
Violence enveloped protests throughout Algeria over the weekend ahead of the country's upcoming presidential elections that are believed to be rigged in favor of incumbent and ailing leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
At least two more people were killed on Sunday in the southern governorate of Aswan, renewing deadly tribal clashes that have killed almost two dozen people in three days of fighting.
Jordan's King Abdullah is due to pay a working visit to Russia on Wednesday, during which he will meet President Vladimir Putin.
U.S. lawmakers are seeking to implement more sanctions against Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah and its partner, Al-Manar television station.
An Iranian-sponsored analyst has called on Western governments to halt their support for the Syrian opposition and to recognise that Syrian President Bashar Assad is still "standing tall".
April 6, 2014
At a conference in New York City on Sunday, several prominent members of America's Israeli lobby accused Iran of "plotting in the back room" and seeking to ruin a nuclear deal with world powers.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of undermining the peace process minutes after Israeli Prime Minister accused Palestinians of "making unilateral moves" that harmed the talks' progress.
At least 50 rebels were killed from explosions targeting Homs Sunday.
Presidential hopeful Ali Benflis condemned violence that broke out at a campaign rally for his rival, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
At least 10 people were killed in Iraq on Sunday in attacks south of Baghdad and in the northern provinces.
The Lebanese army arrested four Syrian men after a shootout in Arsal.
Mortar attacks killed two in Damascus on Sunday.