April 11, 2013
At least 26 civilians were killed in an army crackdown on defectors in the southern province of Deraa late Wednesday evening, activists said Thursday.
Women of the Wall members arrested, also a Heredi man and woman who burned a prayer book detained according to reports
The Syrian regime is carrying out indiscriminate and sometimes deliberate airstrikes against civilians that have killed at least 4,300 people since last summer, a leading international rights group reported on Thursday.
The Palestinian Prime Minister offered his resignation to President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday over a rift in policy between the two
Struggling to cope with the influx of Syrian refugees, Jordan on Wednesday opened a second camp for Syrians fleeing the civil war at home.
April 10, 2013
The jihadist group also distance themselves from remarks made by Al Qaeda in Iraq chief, that the two groups had merged
British Foreign Secretary William Hague has already met with senior members of the SNC ahead of the G8 summit in London
An Israeli court sentenced a Jewish settler on Tuesday to two life terms in prison for the murder of two Palestinians in 1997.
Aftershocks continue to rock Iran after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck near Bushehr on Tueday
Twelve members of the Lebanese armed movement, Hezbollah, have reportedly been killed in an ambush near Damascus.
April 9, 2013
The United Nations is days away from cutting basic aid programs to over 400,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon because of lack of funding
According to official reports, the earthquake struck close to Bushehr in the south west of the country.
According to the emirate's authorities, four suspects have been arrested following the attacks.
After months of speculation as to how the two militant groups are intertwined, the Iraqi jihadis admit for the first time that they are part of the same network.
Mandatory unpaid leave imposed on the lawyers mean that the man accused of plotting the 9/11 attacks will wait until next year to be tried.