June 24, 2014
Tel Aviv has allegedly "scaled back" its search efforts for the three missing Israeli teens in fear of a Palestinian uprising,
Lebanese Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Tuesday that security concerns will persist in Lebanon as long as Lebanese are involved in Syria.
Over 1,000 people have been killed in Iraq in less than three weeks as extremist militants launched an offensive nationwide.
The Gaza Strip's final remaining power plant is due to shut down on Tuesday after the last shipment of fuel donated from Qatar ran out.
Egypt's new President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi announced Tuesday that he will donate half of his monthly salary and half of his wealth to support the Egyptian economy.
Iraqi forces responded to ISIL attacks across the north and east of the country in an attempt to regain control of captured towns.
After days of intense fighting, ISIL has taken control of a strategic oil refinery in the Salahuddin Province.
Six members of a Sunni family in Baghdad were killed by gunmen as ISIL militants continue their violent campaign across Iraq.
U.N. Under-Secretary General for Peacekeeping Operations arrived in Beirut Tuesday for talks with Lebanese officials.
The UAE's president, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, ordered the release of 969 prisoners as a goodwill gesture for Ramadan.
Egyptian ambassadors across the globe prepared to be summoned following Monday's sentencing of three Al Jazeera journalists in Cairo.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited Iraqi Kurdistan Tuesday to urge Kurdish leaders to partake in the new Iraqi government.
The UN warned that current military operations by Israel's army in the West Bank could lead to a third intifada as hundreds of Palestinians were arrested after three settlers went missing.
A U.S. envoy on Monday said America would "stand by" Lebanon against terrorism as the country attempts to deal with the conflicts from Iraq and Syria spilling over.
A suicide bomber blew up his vehicle outside a cafe in Beirut late Monday.