January 16, 2013
The disputed oil-rich territory of Northern Iraq comes under attack.
A State Department spokesperson calls the Egyptian president's comments "deeply offensive".
The settlement polices of Binyamin Netanyahu are stopping the idea of a two-state solution, an Israeli watchdog says.
Witnesses report seeing bombs fall from the sky, despite the area being under regime control.
January 15, 2013
The Supreme Constitutional Court has ruled to leave the Shura Council dissolution case hanging for a bit longer until it gets reviewed by a panel, and postponed the Constituent Assembly dissolution case to 3 February.
Following the killing of a farmer shot dead by Israeli soldiers in Gaza, the IDF have struck again, this time taking out a Palestinian teenager in the West Bank near Ramallah.
In the midst of its own internal political crisis, and with Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf's arrest ordered, Pakistan speaks out on the record to Al Arabiya on the nation's unabashed support for Syria's 'rebel forces'.
A lawmaker in the Anbar province of Iraq is reportedly targeted by a suicide bomber.
After allegations that an Egyptian company was manufacturing the dangerous weapons, Egypt's military answers back.
Faced with corruption in the upcoming elections, the people of Pakistan, led by Dr. Tahirul Qadri, take to the streets.
At least 19 were killed and 100 injured after an Egyptian military train carriage derailed in the early hours of Tuesday in the Giza neighbourhood of Badrashin.
The prime minister of Syria is planning to head to Tehran to shore up the regime's friendship with its last regional ally.
The Iraqi PM frees 335 of those detained without charge to appease anti-government protestors.
January 14, 2013
King Abdullah blames the lack of peace talks for increasing regional tensions.
Rape has been a 'significant' weapon of Syria's civil war, and is the 'primary' factor in the exodus of women and children refugees to neighbouring Jordan and Lebanon, an aid group has said.