January 28, 2014
The impending Egyptian cabinet reshuffle will be announced when Defense Minister Abdel Fattah Al Sisi makes his decision over running in the presidential elections.
Over 250 women and children trapped in the Syrian city of Homs are refusing to be evacuated without their male relatives as U.N.-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said humanitarian aid would be allowed into Homs, which has been under siege for nearly 600 days.
After another launch of illegal crackdowns, 1,350 expats were arrested in Riyadh.
U.S. Congress has reportedly given the green light to the delivery of light arms to the Syrian rebels deemed "moderate" in the south of Syria until the end of the government's fiscal year, which ends in September 2014.
Hussein, 'the revolutionaries' lawyer', and over 30 others arrested during Saturday's demonstrations in Maadi and downtown have been accused of belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood
Discussions continue on keeping Lebanon out of the growing crisis in the Middle East.
Opposition groups at impasse after Geneva II meeting ends day on a "sour note" over Assad discussions.
January 27, 2014
A report recently released by the Iranian military criticizes the US for being a violator of human rights.
As Afghan forces take the lead in security operations, NATO lessens its security presence overall.
Deputy Prime Minister in Egypt resigns to be more effective in a non-political role.
Despite the lack of an exchange deal, Abou Abeida, a Libyan militia commander, was released after five kidnapped Egyptian diplomats were surrendered by Libya.
Just hours after being promoted to field marshal, Egypt's head military council mandated that Chief Sisi run for President.
Iran nuclear talks with world powers will resume in late February in New York, according to reports Monday.
The trial of Mohamed Morsi will be aired on state-run TV on Tuesday, as the former Egyptian president and fellow members of the Muslim Brotherhood face a judge on charges of collaborating with Hamas and Hezbollah to break out of prison during the 2011 revolution.
Not only are Syrian peace talks in Geneva deadlocked, but so is the promised aid into Syria's city of Homs.