July 13, 2014
Kurdish fighters clashed with jihadist militants in Syria's north Sunday.
An Egyptian court sentenced 101 more pro-Morsi supporters Sunday to three years in prison for "illegal gathering" and "rioting."
Iran nuclear talks are still ongoing as Tehran and world powers try to finalize a permanent deal ahead of a self-imposed July 20 deadline. With talks bumpy in past days, some leaders have discussed the possibility of an extension, but some FMs say a chance still remains to finalize a deal.
Lebanon's army told reporters Sunday that they found the launchpad from which three rockets from Tyre were fired towards northern Israel
At least 13 people have now died from the collapse of multiple buildings in Morocco's commercial hub city Casablanca.
The Israeli Defense Force's noon deadline for tens of thousands of residents in northern Gaza to evacuate has passed as the IDF plans to intensify air strikes on the zone Israel believes is firing more rockets.
Iraq's parliamentary session Sunday ended after 30 minutes and without progress.
At least three Algerian soldiers and their four auxiliaries were killed by roadside bombs Sunday.
Pope Francis calls for peace in Gaza as Israel continues air strikes.
Medical workers in Gaza struggled to cope with the high number of civilian casualties caused by Israeli air strikes in recent days as the Palestinian death toll topped 151 people.
Israeli forces raided the al-Aqsa Mosque Compound on Sunday and fired rubber-coated steel bullets at worshipers, witnesses told Ma'an.
Intense fighting has erupted in Libya's Tripoli.
Protesters in Libya have shut down the national oil port of Brega, days after the government celebrated its reopening.
The UN on Saturday called for a ceasefire between Tel Aviv and Hamas as an Israeli cabinet minister said the army was ready for a ground invasion.
Gunmen killed at least 33 people including 29 women in a Baghdad housing complex Saturday. Police said the motive of the shootings still remained unclear.