May 27, 2014
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.
Human Rights Watch says the Iraqi government is using barrel bombs in Fallujah.
A church in east Jerusalem has been vandalized by an Israeli settler following a visit by Pope Francis.
Ahmed Maiteeq has been sworn in as Libya's new prime minister.
May 26, 2014
A Turkish court has ordered the arrest of four former Israeli soldiers who were involved in the 2010 Turkish flotilla raid.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton are meeting in Turkey to discuss Iran's nuclear program.
An NGO coalition has reported some violations at Egypt's polls Monday.
Syria has chosen to expel the Jordanian diplomatic envoy in response to Amman expelling the Syrian ambassador Monday.
Leaders of the Knesset Land of Israel Caucus proposed ten bills that would annex major settlement blocs in the West Bank.
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab said Egypt's cabinet will resign as soon as the presidential election results are announced.
Israel has approved plans for 50 new settler homes in East Jerusalem.
Hamas and Fatah officials meet in Gaza today to continue negotiations about forming a unity government.
Jordan expelled the Syrian ambassador Bahjat Suleiman from the Kingdom Monday.
Al Qaeda's branch in Syria - the Nusra Front - have claimed responsibility for the two latest car bombings in a pro-government neighborhood of the central city of Homs in which 10 people were killed.