May 11, 2014
Security forces in Yemen prepare for reprisal attacks as violence continues in Yemen.
Dozens of people have been killed and several others wounded in the latest wave of bombings and shooting attacks across Iraq.
A Fatah spokesman on Saturday said that the PLO-Hamas reconciliation deal was making the necessary progress to be implemented within five weeks of the April 23 agreement as planned.
Over 100,000 civilians were forced to leave their homes in eastern Syria this weekend due to clashes between rival jihadist groups.
Four Libyans were killed in clashes between protesters and militants in Benghazi.
In a classified congressional briefing on visa restriction legislation, it was revealed that the U.S. considers Israeli espionage "has crossed red lines" as it is known to spy on the U.S.
Syria’s Supreme Constitutional Court says the three approved candidates, including incumbent President Bashar al-Assad, will begin their campaigning for the upcoming presidential election on Sunday.
The UN and Lebanese authorities on Saturday discussed the possibility of setting up refugee camps to assist the one million Syrian refugees in the country.
May 10, 2014
A series of bombings and shootings have killed 16 people across Iraq on Saturday including security forces.
Special rapporteur to the UN, Richard Falk, has called on the international community to boycott Israeli settlement products "through non-violent resistance."
A senior member of the banned Muslim Brotherhood has been fined for libel while he stands trail for a number of other charges.
A British soldier posing next to a dead Taliban fighter in Afghanistan has stirred global controversy, prompting an investigation by the Ministry of Defence.
Syrian residents finally returned back to Homs after the last batch of militants evacuated the city on Friday. Homs is now under full control of the Assad regime.
Over a hundred Palestinian prisoners continued their hunger strike on Saturday in protest to being detained without trial or charge.
A Twitter account supportive of the hardliner group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), has posted photos of minors apparently being recruited to fight with the Al-Qaeda affiliated group in Aleppo.