July 22, 2013
His remarks came after U.S. officials and lawmakers urged diplomacy with Iran's incoming president Hassan Rowhani.
July 21, 2013
Syrian Kurds release Abu Musaab leader in ceasefire
The Arab League has made a tentative show of support towards the upcoming negotiations
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has said it is highly unlikely to accept the outcome of upcoming Israeli-Palestinian talks
Iranian Arabic-language television channel Al Alalam has been raided by security forces, and its director detained for questioning
A US government report has found that since 2003 over 3 thousand so-called 'extremist' clerics have been dismissed in Saudi Arabia
Hazem El-Beblawi says all political powers and parties must end their disputes
President Michel Sleiman says he will push towards enforcing the "Baabda Declaration', which seeks to protect Lebanon from the violence raging in Syria
New York's JFK Airport has threatened to boot Saudia over its Israeli fliers policy.
MP Michel Aoun warned in remarks published Sunday of a worsening of the country’s security situation and urged rival politicians to hold talks in order to ease tensions.
If radical Islamist rebels fighting in Syria are left “unchecked,” they could gain sway over the many disparate factions opposing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a top Pentagon intelligence official told Reuters on Saturday.
The Egyptian military has ordered all fishing to stop of the coast of northern Sinai because Islamist militants have been trying to enter the country illegally.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the jihadist commander was captured as battles raged.
Israel and the Palestinians have laid the groundwork for resuming peace talks after an almost three-year stalemate, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday
Saudi Arabia's grand mufti denounced sponsors who conned expatriates during the country's amnesty period.