January 27, 2014
Egypt’s military chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been promoted to the top military rank of field marshal on Monday, state television announced.
A minor earthquake shook southern Iran although no damages have been reported.
United States officials confirmed Monday that it has restarted nonlethal aid deliveries to the Syrian opposition.
Attacks on Turkey's Nationalist Movement Party headquarters left the party's spokesman dead and seven others wounded.
Aid convoy ready to enter Homs to relieve women and children after Syrian peace talks in Geneva give the open door.
Residents of Lebanon's northern city Tripoli are preparing for renewed violence and fighting as new, unknown fighters - presumed to be allied to Salafist leader Hussam al-Sabbagh - have entered the restive city.
In a wave of violence across Iraq on Sunday, militants captured at least five soldiers and at least 13 people were killed in a spate of attacks across the country.
After back and forth demands from Libyan militia group, all kidnapped Egyptian diplomats have been freed.
Lebanon reaches for governmental autonomy despite the result of the Geneva II conference.
The new caretaker cabinet will govern Tunisia until after its upcoming elections.
January 26, 2014
Women and children trapped in a besieged Syrian city will be permitted to leave “immediately” under a deal that marked the first tangible sign of progress in peace talks.
Israeli media reported on Sunday that Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon had approved plans to allow construction material into the Gaza Strip in order to help repair buildings destroyed in December's severe winter storm.
Former UN chief Kofi Annan arrived in Iran Sunday in a visit "aimed at boosting dialogue between Iran and the international community.
Car bombs in Kirkuk and Baghdad left six dead and at least 14 wounded Sunday.
The state news agency has reported that the President is in good health after surgery following a recent stroke.