January 30, 2013
After five days of violence and a rising death toll, the high profile opposition politician calls for an end to the chaos.
The Jewish state decides to boycott the international body's regular review as part of its mission to cut all contacts with the Human Rights Council.
The United States is expanding its fleet of killer drones, despite widespread international resentment of assassinations by air and unanswered questions on the legality and long-term utility of the practice.
Looters ransacked a luxury hotel in Egypt’s capital on Tuesday, cashing in on violent clashes in Cairo by trashing shops and the lobby before police and protestors intervened.
68 young men and boys killed with a single gunshot to the head or neck.
January 29, 2013
General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi gave the warning as concerns of a civil war spread online.
More than 700,000 refugees have fled Syria and registered in neighboring countries.
King Abdullah on Monday held talks with Hamas chief Khaled Mishaal, stressing his support for Palestinian reconciliation.
The hearing will include nearly 200 cases where Iraqis says they were abused while under the care of the British military.
The U.S. Navy assisted Yemeni forces in capturing the vessel bound for insurgents in Yemen.
An explosion has rocked Iran’s Fordo Nuclear plant, according to Israeli and Western media reports, but Tehran’s Fars news agency quoted the deputy chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces denying the reports as propaganda.
January 28, 2013
Khaled Meshaal arrives in the Kingdom and is rumored to be talking Fatah/Hamas reconciliation with Jordan's head of state.
After three foreign hostages are taken by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the country's government move in to try to free them.
Egypt gave the army sweeping authority to arrest and detain civilians on Monday, as clashes continued in cities around the country.
As world leaders meet in Davos, Switzerland, the U.S. President responds to criticism of his policy on Syria and Mali.