November 10, 2013
A Syrian lawmaker who was kidnapped by jihadists affiliated with the Al Qaeda offshoot Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) was executed last week, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Sunday.
Fifteen Muslim Brotherhood leaders will face trail December 9 for allegedly inciting violence in Giza earlier this year.
Syrian government and rebel forces reached a deal Sunday to ease a blockade on a rebel-held town of Qudsaya near the capital and Syrian MP Mujhem al-Sahu was kidnapped and executed by opposition jihadist fighters.
Turkey's Foreign Minister landed in Baghdad Sunday for two days of meetings with officials to renew "chilled" ties with Iraq.
Palestinian youth organizations announce 'day of rage' as Israeli officials discuss construction over ruins of Bedouin villages.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that his country's right to enrich uranium were "red lines" that Iran will not give up.
Two killed in violence during post amnesty period for Saudi workers.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has arrived in Egypt for a three day visit during which he will discuss the latest developments in the peace talk and Israel's continued settlement building with Cairo's interim government.
Belgium announced Saturday that it raised Palestine's diplomatic delegation to "mission" status in an effort to demonstrate the European country's commitment to a two-state solution.
Attacks in eastern Libya Saturday killed six people in less than 24 hours and protestors gathered in the country's capital to protest the renewal of Libya's General National Congress mandate, saying an extension will only force the country into a deeper level of political turmoil.
Following the suspension of US military aid to Egypt, Cairo is looking to expand cooperation with Russia, according to foreign minister Nabil Fahmy.
US is reaching out to allies to garner support for the destruction process of chemical weapons in Syria.
After days of meetings and discussions with world powers in Geneva, no agreement was made regarding the long term plan for Iran's nuclear program.
Although he is being transferred to temporary detention, former president Hosni Mubarak will remain under house arrest.
November 9, 2013
Nuclear negotiations in Geneva regarding Iran's nuclear program have come to an abrupt halt over disagreements in details of the text.