August 1, 2013
The Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has issued a September 1st deadline to the Turkish government in order to advance peace process.
Three new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) recorded in Saudi Arabia, says Ministry of Health.
High ranking EU official Catherine Ashton said Thursday that the EU will continue to support the Palestinian-Israeli peace talks and believes peace is attainable.
Russian Deputy Minister Gennady Gatilov says tightened sanctions will not prevent Iran from developing its nuclear facilities.
President Michel Sleiman said Thursday Hezbollah's use of weapons must be discussed, given group's military presence in Syria.
Representatives of the anti-Morsi 'Rebel' campaign met with German Foreign Minister, Guido Westerwelle, in Cairo this week
The Muslim Brotherhood-led National Alliance to Support Legitimacy has called for mass protests on Friday.
Three Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including it's supreme guide Mohamed Badie, have been sent to the Egyptian criminal court over counts of inciting violence against peaceful protesters.
Four al-Qaeda suspects were killed in a drone strike on Thursday, a security official told AFP. It was the third drone strike to hit Yemen in the past five days.
The Obama administration's limited response to the ongoing crisis in Egypt is sparking fears that the US is trying to manipulate Egypt for its own gains and to maintain power in the Middle East.
Syria will allow a UN team to visit three sites across the country in an investigation into claims that the regime is using chemical weapons.
Syrian President Bashar Assad on Thursday said he is confident in the ability of his troops to be victorious over the rebels.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has rejected a statement released Wednesday by the Egyptian Cabinet that seeks to regulate pro-Morsi rallies. The Brotherhood has pledged to continue their sit-ins across the country.
Army commander Gen. Jean Kahwagi blasted politicians Wednesday for undermining the country’s political process, saying their behavior had made the extension of his term inevitable.
An al-Qaeda-linked group took around 200 Kurdish civilians after violent clashes with Kurdish fighters in Syria,