February 19, 2013
Lawmakers in the joint parliamentary committees discussing electoral drafts approve the controversial Orthodox Gathering proposal following a walk-out by MPs from the Future Movement and Progressive Socialist Party.
Russia is sending four more warships to the Mediterranean Sea, the defence ministry said on Tuesday, as the crisis in Syria worsens and Moscow takes measures for a possible evacuation of citizens.
Seven people are reported dead in Yemen after a military plane crashed into a built-up area near Change Square in Sana'a.
According to the report, Zygier was involved in exporting communications technology via a Mossad front company to Iran and other Middle Eastern states.
Mass protests continue in Egypt’s Port Said for the second day on Monday causing a stoppage in schools and the closing down of the Public Free Zone, which holds at least 29 factories.
Britain, backed by a bare handful of European Union allies, is fighting to lift an EU arms embargo barring the supply of weapons to the Syrian rebel coalition battling President Bashar al-Assad.
February 18, 2013
Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed responsibility on Monday for several car bombs that killed 28 people in Shia areas of Baghdad on Sunday.
A Rabat military court convicts 24 Western Saharan activists for their role in killing 11 Moroccan soldiers in 2010.
An Iranian opposition group whose refugee camp in Iraq was attacked with rockets earlier in February has briefed U.S. politicians on the fallout from the deadly raid.
As thousands take to the streets to protest the death sentences handed down to local football fans, the city grinds to a halt.
International mediator Lakhdar Brahimi called on Sunday for talks between the Syrian opposition and an 'acceptable delegation' from the Damascus government on a political solution to the country’s 23-month-old civil war.
February 17, 2013
Car bombs in Iraq on Sunday killed at least 28 people in Baghdad and wounded dozens more
Lower ranking officers will turn into thugs with the new weapons, according to one retired police colonel.
Four foreign nationals have been detained following suspicions that they were distributing evangelical Christian materials.
More than 300 Syrians from different sectarian backgrounds may have been kidnapped in a rural area in northern Syria in just a few days