February 26, 2014
Following Monday's Israeli strike along the Lebanese-Syrian border, Hezbollah may begin targeting Israeli officials in response, according to a new report.
The Israel parliament passed a law this week that discriminates between Muslim and Christian Arabs in terms of their representation on an employment commission.
Al Qaeda-linked ISIS issued an ultimatum to the leader of Syria's Nusra Front Tuesday in an effort to end the violence between the two opposition groups. Regime forces also made advances on Aleppo late Tuesday.
Militants in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula blew up a pipeline that transports gas to Jordan, representing the fourth time that such an attack has been orchestrated by militants in the area.
The U.N. announced Tuesday that Syria has become the world's largest exporter of refugees globally
February 25, 2014
Russia warned Saudi Arabia Tuesday that the Kingdom's decision to arm Syrian rebels with missile launchers will "endanger security across the Middle East and beyond."
At least 100 rockets were fired at a Libyan power plant Tuesday as U.N. officials expressed grave concern over the deteriorating situation in Libya.
Iran allegedly signed a secret arms agreement with Iraq in November last year worth around $195 million in a move that may be considered a violation of the UN Embargo on Iranian arms sales.
More than 220 protestors in Egypt were sentenced up to seven years in prison for "instigating violence" and "holding protests without a permit."
Bombs and gunfire blanketed Baghdad Tuesday, leaving at least eight dead and 22 wounded.
A chief Turkish prosecutor initiated an investigation Tuesday on alleged audio recordings linking Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to corruption.
Opposition parties in Algeria have called for a boycott against tentative presidential elections that are scheduled for April after the current president announced his bid for a fourth term earlier this week.
Egypt's Housing Minister was asked by interim President Adly Mansour Tuesday to form a new government after Cairo officials resigned earlier this week.
Saudi Arabia reportedly met with Pakistani officials to discuss purchasing arms for the Syrian rebels. Pakistan says these reports are "baseless."
The leader of the Nusra Front has issued an ultimatum to ISIS, threatening to expel the group from Syria and Iraq. Both groups have ties to al-Qaeda.