October 15, 2013
Abu Anas Al Libi, the senior Al Qaeda operative caught in Tripoli earlier this month, pleaded not guilty to charges related to the 1998 bombings of US embassies in East Africa in a New York court on Tuesday.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said it had a “good” response to its proposals regarding the standoff over its nuclear program and that the details would be discussed in the afternoon.
Ahead of P5+1 talks with Iran over its nuclear weapons programme in Geneva, Israel's security council has warned the international community not to ease up on Iran's sanctions or
During an interview with Al Masry Al Youm, Egyptian Defence Minister Abdel Fattah El Sisi revealed that before Morsi's ousting, he attempted numerous times to reconcile the Muslim Brotherhood and opposition forces.
A bomb targeting a Sunni mosque in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk has killed nine people leaving morning prayers marking the first day of Eid Al Adha.
Abu Anas Al Libi, the senior Al Qaeda official captured in Libya by US forces, has been transferred to the US to stand trial for criminal charges.
October 14, 2013
Lebanese military experts dismantled a car bomb that was rigged in a southern Beirut suburb, thwarting a potential violent attack.
Egyptian police fired teargas at protesters supporting deposed president Mohamed Morsi in the city of Alexandria on Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that easing sanctions on Iran would be a "historic mistake", while another Israeli minister called for tough Western pressure on the Islamic Republic.
Four of the seven aid workers kidnapped in Syria on Monday have been freed, according to the Red Cross, adding that those released were "safe and sound".
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday called for a peace conference on Syria to be held “very soon.” and stressed that peace would not be possible without a transitional government to replace current Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Tamarod, or 'Rebel', the group responsible for the withdrawal of Egypt's confidence in ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, announced Monday they will be holding election rallies after Eid and rejected claims that it will cooperate with Mubarak-affiliated candidates.
14 right wing Israelis were arrested on Monday after raising an Israeli flag and singing and dancing in the holy Al Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem.
At least 20 people were killed on Monday after a car bomb exploded in Syria's northern Idlib province, a Syrian watchdog reported.
Morsi defends his position, via his family, that negotiations are off the table for the upcoming schedule trial for charges on inciting violence.