February 3, 2014
Iran makes a public statement regarding its views on the Holocaust at an international security conference in Munich.
Whilst stating that Iran is "not a military aggressor", Iran's foreign minister Javad Mohammad Zarif expressed his confidence in a full nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers being struck by July 2014.
U.S. and Libyan officials announced Monday that the last of the chemical weapons that were around under former leader Muammar Gaddafi have been destroyed.
Iraq's government troops and allied tribesmen killed nearly 60 Islamist militants in the restive Anbar province on Monday as fierce clashes took place outside the city of Ramadi.
A series of attacks in and around Baghdad, including four car bombs in several different neighborhoods, killed at least 12 people on Monday, Iraqi security and medical officials said.
After nearly four years, Israel has offered Turkey $20 million as compensation to families of those individuals who were killed in Israel's 2010 raid on the flotilla that was delivering humanitarian aid supplies to Gaza.
Analysts predict that bombings will continue in Lebanon until Hezbollah retracts it decision to intervene in Syria's civil war.
A double bomb attack in Aleppo carried out by al-Qaeda-affiliated group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), claimed the lives of at least 16 Syrian rebel fighters on Sunday, an NGO said.
Mortar shells targeted the French Embassy in Yemen Monday evening.
Four people died in Yarmouk refugee camp over the weekend despite the UN delivering food packages and humanitarian supplies to the besieged Damascus neighborhood.
Egypt's State Security court has charged three Egyptians and five Israelis for spying for Israel and have been referred to criminal court.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he proposed to Secretary of State John Kerry a U.S.-led NATO force patrol a future Palestinian state indefinitely.
After a deadly suicide bombing in Lebanon, Hezbollah MP calls for accountability of jihadist groups.
A back-alley dispute has left one dead and several others wounded in Tripoli.
Due to security during Syria's crisis, deadlines for shipment of chemical weapons have been missed and NATO has stepped up to support the process.