February 1, 2013
A suicide bomber killed two people and several other people were killed on Friday at the entrance of the U.S. embassy in Ankara.
Syria warned Thursday of a possible 'surprise' response to an Israeli air raid on an alleged military research center.
Syria summoned the head of a United Nations mission in the Golan Heights on Thursday to protest against an Israeli air raid.
January 31, 2013
Egypt’s politicians met on Thursday to try to find a solution to the crisis engulfing the country.
A new United Nations report claims Israeli settlements threaten Palestinian lands and subject locals to violence.
The UK's prime minister jets over to the North African nation, following the BP hostage debacle this month.
The Kingdom's monarch clarifies his Davos argument linking the Syrian regime's war efforts to their treasury.
During their most recent meeting, Khaled Meshaal reportedly told King Abdullah that he would accept a two-state solution and to convey his message to the U.S.
January 30, 2013
Israeli fighter jets have struck a convoy on the Syria-Lebanon border suspected of carrying sophisticated Russian-made surface-to-air missiles.
A western diplomat tells Reuters that the Jewish state has attacked a target on the Syrian/Lebanese border.
Lebanon's President Michel Sleiman pledges $300 million to help Syrian refugees at donor conference on Wednesday.
After five days of violence and a rising death toll, the high profile opposition politician calls for an end to the chaos.
The Jewish state decides to boycott the international body's regular review as part of its mission to cut all contacts with the Human Rights Council.
The United States is expanding its fleet of killer drones, despite widespread international resentment of assassinations by air and unanswered questions on the legality and long-term utility of the practice.
Looters ransacked a luxury hotel in Egypt’s capital on Tuesday, cashing in on violent clashes in Cairo by trashing shops and the lobby before police and protestors intervened.