July 27, 2014
Egypt has demolished thirteen more tunnels between Egypt and the Gaza Strip.
An official Lebanese delegation headed on Sunday to Paris en rout to Mali to follow up the probe into the Air Algerie plane that crashed three-days ago and to carry out the necessary procedures to identify the bodies of the Lebanese victims.
Hamas has agreed to a 24-hour humanitarian truce in its conflict with Israel.
Over fifty people have been killed in Libya in the past few days as militia rivalries intensify.
Hezbollah and Nusra Front fighters continue their battle for control of key areas around the border between Lebanon and Syria.
Twelve people were killed Sunday when al-Qaeda militants attacked three military posts.
Egypt has again summoned Ankara's charge d'affaires in protest to recent remarks by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Two young Palestinians have been hospitalized after being assaulted by a group of Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank.
IDF announces resumption of attacks on terror targets in Gaza from the sea, land and air, after rockets are fired from coastal enclave; rocket lands in open area of metropolitan Tel Aviv; Iron Dome intercepts several rockets.
Free Patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun suggested that he would not seek a presidential post if agreement is reached on a new electoral law that better represents Christians.
Four children were killed and five others injured.
On early Sunday the Israeli army went on high alert along the border with Lebanon and the Golan Heights following the possibility of conflict escalation ahead of Eid al-Fitr.
Thousands of Israelis took to the streets of Tel Aviv to protest the Gaza offensive.
At least two Tunisian soldiers have been killed and six others wounded in a gun battle with militants near the border with Algeria.
The Israeli security cabinet agreed to a United Nation's request to extend a humanitarian ceasefire by 24 hours until midnight Sunday, however Hamas rejected the proposal.