January 23, 2013
Are reports of Saeed Al Shehri's death greatly exaggerated?
Israeli jets have entered Lebanon's airspace illegally repeatedly since December.
Syria froze the assets of the opposition supporters in Lebanon.
Attacks on religious sites raise sectarian fears, but are also a sign of increasing criminality among opposition groups struggling to support their war against Bashar al-Assad's forces.
Jordanians headed to the polls on Wednesday amid a heavy security presence and allegations of vote buying.
Exit polls show the incumbent won the election, but others in the right wing lost out to centrists.
Bulgaria has informed European officials of evidence implicating Hezbollah in last year’s attack on an Israeli bus at the Black Sea airport of Burga.
January 22, 2013
Three bombings in Baghdad killed at least 17 people on Tuesday in the latest round of violence in Iraq.
New paramilitary force evolved from local defense committees.
French and Malian troops recaptured Tuesday two key towns from al-Qaeda-linked Islamists holding the country’s north, as Egypt warned the Paris-led offensive could spark regional conflict.
Russia may soon begin evacuating its citizens from Syria as fighting in Damascus escalates.
January 21, 2013
A convoy of about 30 armored vehicles transporting some 200 Malian and French troops moved into Diabaly, 400 kilometers (250 miles) north of the capital Bamako.
A group of soldiers may have taken over the government, forcing state TV off air.
A U.S. drone strike on a car in Maarib, east of Yemen's capital Sanaa, on Monday killed two suspected al-Qaeda militants.
Leaders of the Syrian opposition in Istanbul canceled a meeting dedicated to form a transitional government amid efforts to fill a power vacuum in the war-torn country.