September 2, 2013
Newly released intelligence has caused France to accuse Syrian President Bashar Assad of launching a deliberate and large-scale chemical weapons attack against Syrian civilians on August 21.
The Muslim Brotherhood announced Monday that it is continuing to protest the newly installed interim government and will be hosting a 'million man march' on Tuesday.
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has ordered $200 million be spent on helping Palestinian cities protect themselves and their Islamic character from being eroded by Israel.
Three Lebanese nationals were arrested on Monday and charged with firing rockets into Israeli territory on August 22.
The Iranian Labour News Agency dropped remarks made by former Iranian president Rafsanjani claiming the Syrian government were responsible for the recent chemical weapons attack in Damascus.
Syrian army troops and fighters from the Nusra front clashed in Eastern Ghouta, the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack, in the outskirts of Damascus on Monday morning.
Al Qaeda, Hamas and Hezbollah, amongst other "hostile groups" have made repeated attempts to gain access to US intelligence agencies, according to a document leaked by Edward Snowden.
Tunisia's equivalent of the Egyptian Tamarod has already amassed 1.7million signatures as dissatisfaction with the Islamist Ennahda ruling party grows.
Taliban fighters bombed a US military outpost in an eastern province of Afghanistan on Monday, killing three insurgents.
The interim Egyptian government has appointed a 50 member constitutional committee to help draft the new Egyptian constitution.
Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi and 14 other Muslim Brotherhood officials have had their trials over claims they incited violence against protesters.
September 1, 2013
Israel's domestic security agency Shin Bet said on Sunday they had foiled a bomb plot that targeted a popular Jerusalem shopping center.
Rights watchdog Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Sunday reported that more than 110,000 people have been killed in the Syrian conflict, including at least 5,800 children.
Radical cleric Abu Qatada, who has been charged with life imprisonment over plotting terror attacks, will begin his trial in Amman in the upcoming 10 days.
The White House on Sunday made a formal request to Congress for its endorsement of a US-led military strike on Syria.