March 29, 2014
In a televised interview Friday, U.S. President Barack Obama said military action could not have prevented the Syrian civil war.
The EU parliament sent a letter to EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton calling for EU firms to stop trading with companies associated with Israeli settlements.
March 28, 2014
In an attempt to improve ties with Saudi Arabia, the U.S. president has arrived in Riyadh for brief talks.
The Doha-based couple have been found guilty of killing their adopted daughter and have been sentenced to three years in jail. The American couple were accused of starving the eight-year-old to harvest her organs.
Palestinians are continuing to struggle inside Yarmouk refugee camp, close to the Syrian capital as the humanitarian crisis worsens.
Egyptian authorities allegedly seized a car and four motorcycles bound for Gaza near the Rafah crossing, destroying tunnels used for smuggling goods in the process.
Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz is likely to become king in the future after being appointed as deputy crown prince, according to a Royal Court Statement.
A Palestinian man was chased by Israeli police out of an industrial zone because he did not have a permit to work in Israel. After falling, he was found unconscious and was later pronounced dead.
Lawyers representing Abu Qatada have requested a delay in proceedings, as the controversial cleric claims to have financial problems.
ISIS and Islamist groups sustained casualties on Thursday after a battle for the Jafra oil field, east of Syria.
March 27, 2014
The explosion killed one and injured eleven others.
The Turkish court's ruling comes as Erdogan's government blocked another popular site, YouTube, on Thursday.
Turkey bans YouTube after an audio recording leaked detailing potential Turkish involvement in Syria.
The Syrian Army and Hezbollah are making advances on the town of Flita.
Syria has formally called on the United Nations to take all essential measures to halt Turkish involvement in rebel offensives taking place in Syria’s Kasab district.