June 22, 2014
Egyptian police arrested 22 anti-government protesters in Cairo Sunday.
An air strike carried out by the Iraqi military has killed at least 40 ISIL militants in Tikrit.
The UAE has reissued a travel advisory for Lebanon, warning their citizens not to travel to Lebanon in light of recent attacks.
Militants with the ISIL have seized the town of Rutba in Iraq's Anbar province.
A senior Yemeni army officer was shot dead in front of his home by suspected al-Qaeda militants.
Two more Palestinians were killed during raids in the West Bank as Israelis continue their search for three missing teens.
Lebanese authorities have released 13 people suspected of having links to terrorist groups and of being involved in the recent car bomb attack.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with newly elected Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-SIsi on Sunday.
Saudi's Foreign Minister Saud Al Faisal said that his Russian counterpart is ready to support a peaceful transition in Syria Saturday.
June 21, 2014
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued a report this weekend confirming Tehran's commitment to the interim nuclear deal it signed with world powers late last year.
The Syrian government launched an air attack on an eastern Syria town controlled by the jihadist linked ISIS.
Global human rights watchdog Amnesty International slammed Egypt Saturday over its decision to sentence more than 180 Muslim Brotherhood members to death.
At least 370 Palestinians have been detained within the past week alone as Israeli forces conduct widespread raids across the West Bank in search for the three missing Israeli teens.
At least 17 militants were killing in infighting in Iraq's Kirkuk province, and ISIS has captured a key Iraq-Syria border crossing.
A Minya Criminal Court upheld its ruling from earlier this week which sentences 183 Muslim Brotherhood supporters, including the group's top leader and Supreme Guide to death.