March 2, 2014
Government air strikes have left at least 13 people dead in a small town on Syria's Turkish border.
Demonstrators in Algeria's capital were dispersed by police Saturday for conducting protests against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's re-election bid.
At least 703 people were killed in Iraq in February, representing a slight decrease in comparison to previous months.
Large groups of mourners attended 57-year-old Aminah Qudeih's funeral Saturday after she was shot hours earlier by Israeli forces near the separation barier in the southern Gaza Strip.
Russia's Foreign Ministry publicly condemned the West's "double standards" towards militants comprising Syria's opposition this weekend.
Kuwait remains hesitant about signing on to the GCC security pact, citing concerns that the agreement could restrict personal freedoms.
March 1, 2014
A new Egyptian government was sworn in Saturday. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is now the sole deputy premier and defense minister.
Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, the head of Hezbollah, met with an Iranian parliamentary member in Lebanon this weekend.
The Lebanese government shut down two gas centers after receiving intelligence that the facilities may be the target of a terrorist attack.
Three Bangladeshi workers died in a fire that broke out in their residential building. The fire was caused by "safety negligence."
Salman Kurshid, India's Minister of External Affairs, says Iran has a right to continue its nuclear program.
ISIS retreats from key positions in Northern Aleppo after Nusra Front issues an ultimatum telling the group to leave.
February 28, 2014
Egypt's closing of the Rafah border crossing brings hundreds of Palestinians to the border in protest on Friday.
Former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Olmert claims that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas agreed to a Jewish-Israeli mayor as the head of a joint Israeli-Palestinian capital in Jerusalem.
Clashes erupted in North Yemen as government forces and Islamist allies look to prevent rebels from capturing parts of the country.