November 13, 2013
On warning from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Israeli PM office claims halt on planning process for building in the controversial E1 area which is located outside of Jerusalem.
On the tail end of talks regarding Iran's nuclear program, the White House warns US Congress that war is an option on the table should Iran's progress in talks regarding its nuclear program fail.
Saudi Arabia won a seat on the UN Human Rights Council Tuesday despite KSA's recent crackdown in the last weeks on foreign workers.
Egyptian police arrested former minister Bassem Ouda Tuesday as part of the government's months-long crackdown on affiliates of the former Islamist president Mohammed Morsi
November 12, 2013
Kurds in Syria's northeast region announced Tuesday that they have formed a transitional autonomous administration.
An Egyptian court ordered the nationwide emergency curfew to end Tuesday, two days before it was set to expire.
At least 16 people were wounded in Damascus Tuesday from rebel mortar fire.
Egyptian presidential adviser Mostafa Hegazy said Tuesday that the final draft constitution is expected to be complete on December 3 and will put it to a referendum by the end of January.
After security officers attempt to sweep areas of Tunisia for militant activity, two wounded and one militant killed.
The Yemeni crew on board a vessel charged with smuggling arms from Iran earlier this year have been sentenced to between three and 10 years in prison by a court in the southern Yemeni city of Aden.
Syrian troops and rebels clashed outside of southern Damascus Tuesday and Syria's Al-Watan newspaper criticized the regime in a rare move for the paper considered "close" to the government.
Israeli forces soldier named as shooter of innocent bystander Palestinian man who was shot in the chest while working near a protest scene.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday lashed out at the U.S., saying that divisions between Western powers accounted for the failure of nuclear talks in Geneva last week.
An Islamic Action Front official and pro-Hezbollah Sheikh was shot dead in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on Tuesday morning.
US Secretary of State John Kerry told the BBC Tuesday that the world powers came close to striking a deal with Iran at Geneva over the weekend, and that the ideological differences between the US and Iran will not derail the talks over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.