April 1, 2014
At least five people were killed in Iraq Tuesday from a suicide car bomber north of Baghdad.
Some sources say that rebel fighters have claimed strategic positions in ongoing fighting in Latakia, while others sources suggest that the regime still has the upper hand in the coastal province.
The International Labor Organization says Qatar must stop the mistreatment of migrant workers.
Azhar University in Cairo has expelled 25 students for partaking in anti-government protests.
John Kerry met with Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday in an effort to save crumbling peace talks.
The Lebanese Army began implementing the new security plan early Tuesday in an effort to quell violence in Tripoli.
The Anti-Coup Alliance recently announced that it will not partake in the upcoming presidential election.
The Turkish army fired artillery into Syria Monday after a Syrian rocket hit a Turkish mosque.
The Syrian Army reportedly seized a key hilltop in Latakia after intense fighting Monday.
The CHP party will appeal the results of the recent local elections in Turkey.
March 31, 2014
The U.N. says approximately 400,000 Iraqis have been displaced because of violence in Anbar province.
Students at Azhar University set fire to a parking garage and multiple cars to show their frustration with a police crackdown on Sunday that left two dead.
Cars belonging to terror suspect Sami Atrash were confiscated by Lebanese security forces Monday.
The Palestinians have rejected the Israeli proposal to extend peace talks, calling the proposal "blackmail."
Egyptian courts sentenced 33 more Muslim Brotherhood supporters to six-year jail terms for participating in "unauthorized prostests."