March 21, 2013
After 30 years of armed struggle the imprisoned Kurdish leader finally tells supporters to move out of Turkey and lay down their arms.
The United Nations will open an investigation into an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Thursday.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday showed solidarity on the key issues that have stirred tensions between them in the past, AP reported.
The Palestinian Authority president lays out his plans in a set of draft talking points for visiting U.S. President Barack Obama.
A panel of judges send their recommendation to the high administrative court in a bid to dismantle the ruling party.
As the U.S. president tours Israel, militants in the tiny Gaza Strip decide to hit one of the Jewish state's southern towns.
The United Nations says Syria has made no formal request for a UN investigation into government claims that opposition rebels have used chemical weapons.
March 20, 2013
Kuwait is to grant citizenship to 4000 'bidoon' or stateless people residing in the country, AFP reported on Wednesday.
US President Barack Obama has arrived in the holy land and announced the unbreakable bond between Israel and the US.
An Iraqi militant group linked to al-Qaeda claimed responsibility on Wednesday for attacks that killed dozens of people across the country the day before.
French hostage, Philippe Verdon, has been beheaded by al-Qaeda’s wing in north Africa in retaliation for France’s intervention in Mali, Mauritania’s ANI news agency reported on Tuesday.
Netanyahu has not yet responded to the invitation, which arrived on his desk on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia arrested 18 people accused of being involved in espionage activity.
March 19, 2013
Lebanon's President, Michel Sleiman, slammed a Syrian airstrike on Lebanese territory as “unacceptable,” while Damascus denied any attack of that nature.
According to the opposition commander for the province of Aleppo, the attack came from regime forces.