November 15, 2013
Norway on Thursday announced it will help the U.N. eliminate the Assad government’s chemical weapons.
Russia is offering to sell Egypt modern helicopters and air defense systems in a landmark deal worth $2 billion military.
The Palestinian negotiating team has resigned on Wednesday from U.S.-mediated peace talks with the Israelis in protest of lack of progress.
White House National Security Advisor Susan Rice said Thursday that Israel's settlement expansion lacks ‘legitimacy’ and hampers peace talks efforts
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not convinced with IAEA reports and says Iran got enough facilities to produce atomic bomb.
Lebanon's caretaker Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour says Syria crisis will be addressed at the third Arab-Africa summit to be hosted by Kuwait from November 19 to 20.
Morsi moved to solitary confinement after his ten days in a hospital. The continuation of his trial is expected to start next week.
John Kerry insists no dispute with Israel over nuclear deal and that the two allies share the same goal to guarantee Iran will not have nuclear weapon.
As millions took to the streets to acknowledge the Day of Ashura, suicide bombers were posted around major traffic areas in attacks launched around the predominantly Shiite neighborhoods.
November 14, 2013
After the release of the quarterly report from the IAEA, numbers show that Iran has actually halted its nuclear production since Rouhani has taken office.
As possible flames of progress lessen between Egypt and US, Russia shows up as "available" for talks as a comforting rebound. Despite any rumors, Egypt is not expected to stray too far from the US.
Israel struck two separate targets in the Gaza Strip on Thursday after Palestinian militants fired projectiles across the border, the army said.
Palestinians fear renewed fights as Gaza marks 2012 anniversary of Israel's war on the costal enclave.
Yasser Abbas, the eldest son of President Mahmoud Abbas, said Thursday that a Jordanian court in the capital Amman had ruled in his favor in a case against the Qatar-based Al Jazeera satellite channel.
Two bombings and mortar fire killed three and wounded 22 near the Ummayad mosque in Syria's capital.