October 27, 2013
Algeria's 76-year-old ailing leader announced Saturday that he will be running for a fourth term in the country's next election cycle.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Mohammed ElBaradei, Egypt's former interim Vice President for “betrayal of trust.”
October 26, 2013
A suicide bomber who carried out the suicide bomb last month unsuccessfully targeting the country’s interior minister was an ex-officer of the Egyptian military.
Gunmen broke into the home of two Sahwa fighters in Baghdad. The men killed the two fighters and all of their family members. A total of seven people were killed.
Iranian authorities on Saturday have reportedly hanged 16 “rebels” of an unspecified armed group in retaliation for the death of 14 border guards near the frontier with Pakistan, local media said.
A new report released by the U.N. says that Syria’s ongoing civil war has condemned over half the country's population to living in poverty.
Kurdish fighters in Syria have taken control of a crossing on the country’s eastern border with Iraq.
Tunisia’s ruling Islamist Ennahda began national dialogue with opposition parties on Friday to form a caretaker government and prepare for elections.
Syrian state TV has said the leader of Syria’s Islamist militant group al-Nusra Front has been killed in the country’s coastal province on Friday.
October 25, 2013
In a new campaign aimed at ending commercial activity in the settlements, Palestinian Authority last month sent a letter to 50 countries urging them to impose sanctions on settlements by either freezing their business dealings with the settlements or withdrawing their investments altogether.
Norway rejected on Friday a U.S request to take on the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons, arguing that it lacks suitable equipments and regulations to carry out the task
In a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas held on Thursday, European Union foreign policy chief urged for a Palestinian reconciliation while asserting her support for Palestinian state-building.
Unrest rises in Tunisia as Islamist militants and police forces clash on Friday, killing a police officer and wounding three.
A new assessment by the U.S Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) says Iran could produce enough uranium to make a nuclear bomb.
October 24, 2013
Israeli Right seek Zionist alternatives to the two-state vision presented by the left.