December 2, 2013
The U.N. human rights chief said Monday there was mounting evidence that Syrian government officials, including President Bashar al-Assad, are responsible for crimes against humanity and war crimes.
Bombing in Iraq and the country's self-ruled Kurdish region left senior officials
Three Yemeni soldiers and six suspected Al Qaeda militants were killed after insurgents launched an attack on an army base in eastern Yemen on Monday, according to the defence ministry.
A Syrian mortar shell landed in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights Monday.
Lebanese parliamentary speaker Nabih Berri has put forward a plan that will restore stability in the troubled northern city of Tripoli, which includes deploying the Lebanese army in the violence-struck town.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on Saudi Arabia Monday to cooperate with Tehran on "[achieving regional] stability."
Federal officials told reporters Sunday that many Americans are joining the war in Syria, which has raised concerns among many US officials that returnees pose as a security risk to the nation due to their potential exposure and involvement with Al Qaeda-linked groups while abroad.
The World Zionist Organization’s Settlement Division is seeking to expand Israel's illegal settlements to Galilee to promote "judaiztion" and "even out" the demographic balance between Arabs and Jews.
The U.S. government has begun preparing the ship Cape Ray so that it can destroy the most dangerous of Syria's chemical weapons arsenal at sea, in conjunction with OPCW.
Despite nationwide protests and community leaders categorically stating otherwise, Dror Almog, an Israeli official working on the Prawer Plan, says that the majority of Bedouins in the Negev support the idea of being forcibly removed from their homes and villages.
After a rise in suicide bomber attacks in local cafes, owners attend a security held anti-suicide bomber seminar to learn about ways to prevent the attacks.
After a car accident which led to an argument between the two parties, a policeman shot and killed a student.
Upon approval of its draft constitution, Egyptians take to the streets in protest due to some of the language in the document.
December 1, 2013
A wave of regime airstrikes on a northern Syrian town has killed 50 people in two days, a monitoring group said.
Palestinian Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments, Mahmud al-Habbash, unveiled on Saturday the details of an Egyptian-Palestinian agreement to open Rafah crossing twice a month in order to facilitate the passage of Gazans on pilgrimage to Mecca.