March 7, 2014
Fighting in Fallujah, a city in Iraq held by anti-government fighters, continues as government forces seek to take back the city.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas remains adamant in his refusal to recognize Israel as the Jewish state in current peace talks.
The prime minister's remarks come after several online leaks on social media sites suggested widespread corruption in the highest levels of Turkey's government.
Bashar al-Assad comes out publicly to defend Putin's actions in Ukraine
Reports surface that Syria will fail to uphold a deadline to destroy chemical production facilities
March 6, 2014
Peres appeared on Panet, a popular Israeli-Arab website, where he fielded questions from throughout the Arab world.
A recent explosive defused by the IDF on the Israeli-Syrian border suggests Hezbollah and Israel may be heading for a larger confrontation.
Egypt's actions follow a decision by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to withdraw their ambassadors from Qatar.
Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki ended the state of emergency Thursday with a presidential decree.
Egyptian security services have started to collect information about thousands of Hamas members who were granted Egyptian citizenship during the rule of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, according to Egyptian media.
The Syrian government has filed an official complaint with the UN over Israeli airstrikes.
The Syrian opposition have rejected an offer put forward by a former U.S. Ambassador to Syria to negotiate with Hezbollah and other factions fighting alongside Syria's army.
A bomb exploded in Hama, Syria Thursday. Approximately five people were killed.
Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan announced Wednesday that Iran has obtained missiles equipped with multiple warheads.
Israel's Foreign Minister is scheduled to meet with his U.S. and Russian counterparts in Rome over the ongoing deadlock in the latest round of Israel-Palestine peace talks.